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BIENNIAL REPORT 

OF THE 

Superintendent 

OF 

Public Instruction 



OF THE 



STATE OF FLORIDA 
For the Two Year* Ending June 30, 1936 




W. S. CAWTHON 

State Superintendent of Public Instruction 



LETTER OP TRANSMITTAL 



Department of Public Instruction 

Tallahassee, Florida, November 15, 1936, 

To His Excellency, 
David Sholtz, 
Governor of Florida. 

* 

Sir: 

In compliance with Section 27, Article IV, of the Con- 
stitution of Florida, I have the honor to submit herewith 
the Biennial Report of the Department of Public Instruc- 
tion for the two years beginning July 1, 1934, and ending 
June 30, 1936. 

Yours respectfully, 

W. S. CAWTHON, 
State Superintendent of Public Instruction. 



TABLE OF CONTENTS 



Chapter J 

Page 

1. Principal State School Fund _ 10 

2. Expenses of State Department of Public Instruction 
1934-1935 _ „ 17 

3. Expenses of State Department of Public Instruction 
1935-1936 . . ....... 18 

4. Necessary and Regular Expense Fund 1934-1936 20 

8. Teachers Examination Fund 1934-1936 30 

6. A New School Code Needed - ___ - 41 

T. Transportation „ 47 

8. Teachers and Salaries _ ~ — 50 

8. Teachers Pensions „ 58 

REPORTS OF STATE SUPERVISORS 

Chapter II 

Instruction ~ «1 

Chapter III 
Finance ,- — 158 

Chapter IV 
Negro Schools „..: „ 181 

Chapter V 
Trade and Industrial Education 2 212 

Chapter VI 
Vocational Agriculture ~ „_ 222 

Chapter VII 
Home Economics „ „ 237 

Chapter VIII 
Civilian Vocational Rehabilitation _ 250 

Chapter IX - . 
School Buildings - „... 254 

STATISTICAL TABLES 
Chapter X 

General Statistical Tables for 1934-1935 „ 264 

General Statistical Tables for 1935-1936 369 



REGISTER OF STATE SUPERINTENDENTS 

Term Began 
C. Thurston Chaae August, 1868 



Rct. Charles Beecber 

Jonathan C, Glbba (colored) 

S i tu u el B. McLtn, Secretin y of State and 

Acting State Superintendent 

Rer. William Watkln Hicka — 

William P. Hafsley 

Eleaser K. Foster 1_ 

Albert J. RuaselL 

William N. Shea to 1 



JIarch 18, 1871 



January 28, 1873 
August 17, 1874 



-March 1, 1STO 



_ January 6, 1877 
January 31, 1881 



February 21, 1884 
. January 3, 1888 



William M. Hollow-ay 

William N. Sheata 

W. S. Cawthon— 



-January 3, 1905 



-January 7, 1918 
July 24, 1922 



6 DEPARTMENT PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

STATE BOARD OF EDUCATION 

Hon. David Sholtx, Governor, President 
Hon. B. A. Gray, Secretary of State 
Hon. Cary D. Land is, Attorney-General 
Hon. W. V. Knott, State Treasurer 

Hon. W. S. Cawthon, State Superintendent of Public Instruc- 
tion. Secretary 

STATE BOARD OF CONTROL 

Hon. George Baldwin, Chairman, Jacksonville 

Hon. B. P. Terry, Miami 

Hon. Thos. W. Bryant, Lakeland 

Hon. O. 3. Semmes, Pengacola 

Hon. Harry C. Duncan, Tavares 

J. T. Diamond, secretary, Tallahassee 

STATE INSTITUTIONS OF HIGHER LEARNING 

University of Florida — Dr. John J. Tlgert, President, Gaines- 
ville 

Florida State College for Women — Dr. Edward Conradi, Presi- 
dent, Tallahassee 

Florida A. & M, College for Negroes — Dr. J. R. E. Lee, Presi- 
dent, Tallahassee 



OTHER STATE SCHOOLS 

Florida State School for Deaf and Blind — Dr. Clarence J. 

Settles, President, St. Augustine 
Industrial School for Boys (Delinquent) — Millard Davidson, 

Superintendent, Maria una 
Industrial School for Girls (Delinquent) — Mrs. Lola C. Skipper, 

Superintendent, Oeala 



FLORIDA EDUCATION ASSOCIATION 

F. N. K. Bailey, President, Scoring 
H. H. Filer, Vice-President, Miami 
J. S. Rickards, Secretary and Treasurer, Tallahassee 



STATE SUPERINTENDENT'S REPOBT " 

STATE DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC 
INSTRUCTION 

SUPERVISORY STAFF AND OFFICE PERSONNEL 



W; S. CAWTHON SUPERINTENDENT 

Miss Sara Bur well, Secretary 

J. C. Compton „_„_„. Clerk 

M. R, Hlnson , State Director of Instruction / 

Mrs. Dorothy Sauls, Secretary 

R. M. Evans State Director of School Finance / 

Mis* Phebe Quarter man. Secretary 

C. O. Holley State Supervisor of Trade and Industrial 

Education ^ 

Miss Boleths Frojen State Supervisor of Home 

Economics Education -"*■' 
Miss Marjorle Owens, Secretary 

J, F. Williams, Jr. State Supervisor of Agricultural 

Education / 

Mrs. Vema Hurless, Secretary 

C. M. Andrews _ State Supervisor of Civilian Rehabilitation 

Miss Ruth White, Secretary 

D. E, Williams State Agent for Negro Schools 

3. Li. Graham .... Director of Division of School Building Service 
James A. Stripling Consulting Architect, Division of 

School Building Service 

Mrs. Grace B, Sealey, Secretary 

Miss Lola Stuckey Certificate Clerk 

Miss Katuryn Gregory Assistant Certificate Clerk 

Mrs. Sue H. Sealey Statistical Clerk 

Wade Whllden Assistant Statistical Clerk 



DEPARTMENT PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

COUNTY SUPERINTENDENTS OF PUBLIC 
INSTRUCTION 

(Terms Expire January, 1837) 



COUNT* 
Alachua . 

Baker 

Bay 
Bradford 
Brevard . 
Broward 
Calhoun _ 
Charlotte 
Citrus — 
Clay __ 
Collier - 
Colombia 
Dade — 
DeSoto — 

Dixie 

Duval ___ 



Escambia — 

Flagler 

Franklin 

Gadsden 

Gilchrist 

Glades 

Gulf 

Hamilton 

Hardee 

ITfwtry _ 

Hernando 

Highlands _ 
Hillsborough 
Holmes 



Indian River 
Jackson . 



NAME 
.H. F. Zetrouer 

.J. E Kelly 

.A. L. Hardy — 
.A. J. Grfffis _ 



..A. W. Donaldson 
„Ulric J. Bennett - 
..J. K. Musgrove — 
..Miss Sallie Jones 

.1. B, Nolen 

_R. D. Fisher 



..Ernest Bridges 

-George B. Graham 
..Chas. M. Fisher . — 

-J. G. Johnson 

..Ollle Williams 
..B. C. Marshall 
..J. H. Varoum _ 

..Z, E. Booe 

.John C. Moore . 
-C. H. Gray 



-Ernest P. Turner 

..Mrs. Caroline Bales 

„C. L. Costin 

..W. W. Bradshaw 
_T. E. Blackburn 
„B. L. Stallings _ 
_I. B. Toraley — 
JR N. K. Bailey - 
„E. L. Robinson __ 

..Ira C. Bush 

-Louis Harris 

_C. P. Finlayson . 



POSTOFFICE 
— Gainesville 

_ Macclenny 

. Panama City 
Starke 



Titusvule 

Fort Lauderdale 

Blount st own 

Punta Gorda 

Inverness 



Green Cove Springs 

— . . ■ Everglades 

Lake City 

.„..„_-. Miami 

Arcadia 



- Cross City 
Jacksonville 

— PenBacoIa 
Bunnell 

Apulachicola 
— — Qnincy 
Trenton 



Moore Haven 

Wewahitchka 

Jasper 

_____ Wauchula 

LaBelle 

Brooks ville 

Sehring 

™ Tampa 

_ Bonifay 

Vero Beach 
.... Marianna 



STATE SUPERINTENDENT'S REPORT 



I 



COUNTY 
Jefferson 
Lafayette 
Lake 
Lee . 
Leon 
Levy — 
Liberty _ 
Madison 
Manatee 
Marion .. 
Martin - 
Monroe - 
Nassau ... 



Okaloosa — 
Okeechobee - 

Orange 

Osceola -...— 
Palm Beach 
Pasco — 

Pinellas 

Polk 



Putnam ( — 

St. Johns _ 

St. Lucie „. 
Santa Rosa 

Sarasota, ..... 

Seminoijej 

SuuiteHft 

Suwannee .... 

Taylor 

Union « 

Volusia 

Wakulla 

Walton 

Washington 



NAME 

.B. J. Hamrlck 

.G. N. Trawick 

.D. H. Moore 

.Harry F. Hendry 

.Mrs. F. S. Hartsfield 

.H. S. Priest _ 

-John T. Howard 

„E. B. Browning 



.Miss Jessie P. Miller 



..Don T. Mann 

.J. A. Jamison 

_Melvhi E. Russell 

_N. J. Wooten 

_M. B. Barrow 



..F. H. Baggott 

-Judson B. Walker 



.Sam Brammar 
.Joe A. Toungblood 

.Fred O. Revels 

..George P. Hoffman 
_C, I. Hollingsworth 

..L. S. Barstow 

.D. D. Corbett 

_N. H. Bollard 

-J. C. Word 

_T. W. Tarbrough 

..T. W. Lawton 

.Broward Miller 

,.W. T. Newsome 

_L. R, Moore 

-T. S. Thomas 



.Geo. W. Marks 

-A. R. Pearce 

.AN. Anderson „ 

.Neil D. Blue 



POSTOFFICE 

Monticello 

Mayo 

Tavares 

___ Fort Myers 

— Tallahassee 

Bronson 

Bristol 

„___„ Madison 

Bradenton 

Ocala 

Stuart 

Key West 

— Fernandina 
„___ Crestvlew 

Okeechobee 

Orlando 



Eissimmee 
West Palm Beach 

Dade City 

Clearwater 

Bartow 

Palatka 



St. Augustine 
.... Fort Pierce 

Milton 

— _ Sarasota 

Sanford 

B us b Del I 

- Live Oak 

— — Perry 



Lake Butler 
OeLancl 



CrawfordvUle 

DeFuuiak Springs 
Cliipley 



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DEPARTMENT PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 



STATEMENT OP INVESTMENT SECURITIES 

PRINCIPAL OF STATE SCHOOL FUND 
Securities in Fund June 30, 1936 



Alachua County Road Dis. No. 1 Bonds 
Baker County School Dist. No. 1 Bonds 

Bay County Road and Bridge Bonds 

School Dist. No. 4 Bonds __ __ 

School Dist. No. 12 Bonds _ 

Bradford County Refunding Road Bonds 

School Dist. No. 2 Bonds 

Broward County Highway Bonds _ 

School Time Warrants „™__ 

School Dist. No. 3 Bonds 

Calhoun County School Dist. No. 3 Bonds 
Citrus County Road and Bridge Refund- 
ing Bonds — ___. 

Dade County Hard Surface Highways 
and Outstanding Indebtedness Bonds 

DeSoto County Road Bonds 

School Board Tax Anticipation 

Notes 

♦School Dist. No. 3 Bonds 

t School Dist. No. 4 Bonds 

tSehool Dist. No. 5 Bonds 



t School Dist. No. 10 Bonds 

JSehool Dist. No. 34 Bonds _ 

Escambia County School Dist. No. 

Bonds _, _ 



20 



Franklin County School Dist. No. 1 
Bonds _ „ — . 

Gadsden County School Dist. No. 3 Bonds 

School Dist. No. 4 Bonds 

School Dist. No. 5 Bonds 

School Dist. No. 16 Bonds 



Gulf County School Dist. No. 16 Bonds 

Court House and Jail Bonds 

Hamilton County Road Bonds 

Hardee County Highway Bonds 

Hendry County Court House Bonds — 
Highway Bonds 

♦These bonds are now obligations of Highlands County, 
tThese bonds are now obligations of Bardee County. 
tThese bonds are now obligations of Charlotte County. 



Date 


Rate% 


Par Value 


7- 1-25 


5% 


$137,000,00 


8- 8-21 


6 


9,000.00 


6- 1-25 


6 


250,000.00 


7- 1-15 


5 


9,750.00 


9-21-14 


o 


25,000.00 


1- 1-34 


6 


31,000.00 


6- 1-32 


51/, 


3,000.00 


1- 1-22 


6 


35,000.00 


10-15-26 


6 


15,000.00 


1- 1-21 


6 


12,000.00 


11-14-19 


sy 2 


22,000,00 


11- 1-33 


3y 2 -6 


70,000.00 


4- 1-10 


m 


30,000.00 


7- 1-24 


sy 2 


30,000.00 


9- 1-31 


6 


19,000.00 


2- 1-14 


5 


20,000.00 


8- 1-15 


6 


5,000.00 


1- 1-14 


5 


23,000.00 


8- 1-15 


6 


20,000.00 


8- 1-15 


6 


2,500.00 


7- 1-26 


6 


7,300.00 


9- 1-29 


6 


25,000.00 


1- 1-22 


6 


7,000.06 


7- 1-23 


5 


15,000.00 


4- 1-24 


6 


7,500.00 


7- 1-26 


6 


30,000.00 


7- 1-26 


6 


18,000.00 


1- 1-26 


6 


21,000.00 


1- 7-18 


5 


39,000.00 


1- 1-24 


6 


43,000.00 


1-1-26 


6 


4,000.00 


1- 1-26 


6 


48,000.00 



STATE SUPERINTENDENT'S REBOBT 11 



Hernando County Funding and Highway 

Road Improvement Bonds — — 

Road Bonds 

School Dist. No. 1 Bonds . 



Holmes County Road Dist. No. 1 Bonds„ 

School Time Warrants •. 

School Dist. No. 2 Bonds —_ 

School Dist. No. 7 Bonds 

School Dist. No. 7 Bonds 



School Dist. No. 8 Bonds „ 

Indian River County Road Dist. No. 4 
Bonds 

Jackson County School Dist. No. 1 Bonds 

School Dist. No. 1 Bonds 

School Dist. No. 4 Bonds ___.„___„.. 

School Dist. No. 13 Bonds 

School Dist. No. 25 Bonds 

Court House Bonds ■ . 

Lake County Road and Bridge Dist. No. 

Road and Bridge Dist. No. 7 Bonds 

School Board Time Warrants 

School Dist. No, 21 Bonds (An- 
nual) , . 

School Dist. No. 21 Refunding 
Bonds — — 

Leon County Road Bonds, Series "D"_ 
Road Bonds, Series "E" _ 

Levy County Road Bonds . ..__ _ 

School Dist. No. 4 Bonds 

School Dist. No. 7 Bonds 

School Dist. No. 7 Bonds 



Liberty County School Board Time War- 
rants — — 

School Board Time Warrants 

School Dist. No. 4 Bonds ___ 



Date 


Rate% 


Par Value 


7- 1-14 

3- 1-24 
9- 1-25 

4- 1-21 


5 
6 

6 


50,000.00 
100,000.00 
125,000.00 

12,000.00 


11- 1-13 
8-15-25 

10- 1-26 
1-15-20 
3- 1-23 
6- 1-28 


6 

m 

6 
6 
5 
6 


38,000.00 
13,000.00 
15,000.00 
8,000.00 
20,000.00 
18,200.00 


7- 1-25 
9- 1-19 
9- 1-20 
9- 1-20 
7- 1-20 
1- 1-26 
5- 1-06 


6 

m 

6 
6 
6 
6 
4 


97,000.00 
15,000.00 
10,000.00 
15,000.00 

9,000.00 
22,000.00 

4,000.00 


1- 1-23 
7- 1-25 
1-10-28 


6 
6 
6 


40,000.00 

4,000.00 

20,000.00 


9- 1-14 


6 


20,000.00 


1- 1-35 


6 


7,500.00 


7- 1-25 
7- 1-25 


5 
5 


20,000.00 
16,000.00 


6-20-25 
7- 1-30 
7- 1-14 
7- 1-21 


sy 2 

6 
6 
6 


20,000.00 

33,000.00 

4,000.00 

10,000.00 


12- 1-21 

8- 1-27 

11- 1-28 


8 
8 
5% 


2,000.00 

3,000.00 

35,000.00 


7- 1-13 
4- 1-32 


5 
6 


16,000.00 
7,000.00 



Madison County Court House Bonds — 
School Dist. No. 3 Bonds 

Manatee County Road and Bridge Dist. 
No. 5 Bonds 12- 1-21 6 5,000.00 



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DEPARTMENT PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 



Marion County Refunding Road Bonds- 
Highway Bonds 

Highway Bonds 

Highway Bonds 



Nassau County Highway Bonds 

Okaloosa County Road Bonds 

School Dist. No. 9 Bonds — 
School Dist. No. 9 Bonds - 
School Dist. No. 11 Bonds „ 



Orange County Road Bonds 

Pasco County Road and Bridge Refund- 
ing Bonds, Series "A" 

Road and Bridge Refunding Bonds 

Series "B" 

Pinellas County Refunding Highway 
Bonds __ 



School Dist, No. 
School Dist. No. 
School Dist. No. 



1 Bonds 
3 Bonds 
5 Bonds 



Polk County Road District No. 12 Bonds 
Putnam County Road Dist. No. 6 Bonds 

St. Johns County Road Bonds 

St. Lucie County Public Highway Bonds 

Road Dist. No. 5 Bonds 

Seminole County Road Dist. No. 2 Bonds 
Sumter County Road Bonds 

Highway Bonds — 

Suwannee County School Dist. No. 13 

Bonds 

Taylor County Road Bonds - 



Volusia County DeLand-Lake Helen Road 

District Bonds 

Wakulla County Highway Bonds 

Washington County School Dist. No. 1 
Bonds 



School Dist. 
School Dist. 



No. 
No. 



1 Bonds 

2 Bonds 



Arcadia Street Improvement Bonds 

Sewerage Bonds 

Street Improvement Bonds - 



Date 


Rate% 


Par Value 


7- 1-35 


5 


8,000.00 


2- 1-26 


m 


5,000.00 


2- 1-27 


sy 2 


5,000.00 


2- 1-28 


4% 


5,000.00 


7- 1-25 


6 


270,000.00 


6- 1-27 


6 


10,000.00 


1-17-21 


6 


8,000.00 


7- 1-27 


6 


46,600.00 


10-14-24 


6 


5,000.00 


9-15-21 


sy 2 


1,000.00 


10- 1-32 


4-6 


100,000.00 


10- 1-32 


4-5V2 


5,000.00 


4- 1-33 


4-5^ 


16,000.00 


9- 1-21 


6 


8,000.00 


5- 1-24 


sy 2 


3,000.00 


11- 1-24 


6 


3,500.00 


7- 1-25 


6 


45,000.00 


7- 1-23 


sy 2 


42,000.00 


7- 1-26 


5 


8,000.00 


2- 1-20 


6 


33,000.00 


7- 1-25 


6 


199,000.00 


1- 1-22 


6 


5,000.00 


1- 1-20 


5 


12,000.00 


1- 1-25 


6 


94,000.00 


7- 1-26 


6 


10,500.00 


4- 1-30 


5 


23,000.00 


7- 1-25 


6 


50,000.00 


2- 1-23 


6 


31,000.00 


6- 4-18 


6 


25,000.00 


6- 1-28 


5 


38,000.00 


7- 1-28 


5y 2 


15,000.00 


6- 1-11 


5 


10,000.00 


6- 1-11 


5 


20,000.00 


9-15-25 


6 


56,000.00 



'STATE SUPERINTENDENT'S REPORT 13 

Date Rate % Par Value 

Avon Park Improvement Bonds 5- 1-25 6 42,000.00 

Refunding Bonds 5- 1-25 6 10,000.00 

Bartow General Refunding Bonds, Series 

"A" 4- 1-34 4-5 5,100.00 

Bonifay Water Works and Electric Light 

Bonds ___™_ 4- 1-17 6 6,000.00 

Water W<jrks Extension Bonds ._ 4- 1-28 6 • 10,000.00 

Sanitary Sewer Bonds .__ 4- 1-28 6 35,000.00 

Bowling Green Street Improvement 

Bonds . 6- 1-26 6 18,000.00 

Chipley Sewer and Water Works Bonds 7- 1-19 5 2,000.00 

Improvement Bonds -„ 8- 1-23 6 3,500.00 

Refunding Bonds (annual) 10-31-31 6 20,000.00 

Clermont Improvement Bonds, Series 

"A" 1- 1-26 6 35,000.00 

Refunding Bonds, Series "A" _ 7- 1-29 6 5,000.00 
DeFuniak Springs Extension of Water 

Mains Bonds . 1- 1-20 6 10,000.00 

Additional Sewerage Bonds 1- 1-20 6 25,000.00 

Eustis Street Paving and Sewer Bonds 7- 1-22 6 20,000.00 

Port Meade Sewer Bonds 7- 1-12 5 20,000.00 

Port Myers Water Works and Fire Pro- 
tection Bonds „__ 7- 2-13 5 7,000.00 

Street and Sidewalk Bonds 7- 2-13 5 8,000.00 

Port Pierce Municipal Refunding Bonds 5-15-30 6 33,000.00 

Green Cove Springs Refunding Bonda. 7- 1-28 6 12,000.00 

Haines City Street Paving Bonds 7- 1-20 7 10,000.00 

Sewerage Bonds 4- 1-22 6 3,000.00 

. Water Works Bonds 4- 1-22 6 7,000.00 

Water Works Bonds 7- 1-24 6 2,000.00 

Refunding Bonds ____ 7- 1-24 6 2,000.00 

Street Improvement Bonds 6- 1-25 6 22,000.00 

Grade Crossing Bonds 7- 1-25 5i/ 2 2,000.00 

Municipal Building Bonds 7- 1-25 5% 2,000.00 

Street Improvement Bonds 7- 1-25 5% 1,000.00 

Water Works Bonds of 1927 5- 1-27 6 5,000.00 

Sewerage Bonds of 1927 5- 1-27 6 3,000.00 

Havana Sewerage and Paving Bonds 7- 1-26 6 40,000.00 

Jacksonville Beach Improvement Bonds 7- 1-25 6 50,000.00 

Jasper Improvement Bonds (annual) _ 7-15-11 5 30,000.00 



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Jasper Refunding Bonds __ ___ 

Kissimraee City Water Works and Sewer- 
age Bonds 

LaBelle Negotiable Interest Bearing 
Bonds 

Lakeland Electric Light and Water 

Works Plant Bonds _________ _______ 

Water Mains Extension Bonds _ 
Leesburg Improvement Bonds, Series 

"D" _ 



Paving Bonds, Series "D' : 
Refunding Bonds of 1930 



Live Oak Public Improvement Bonds _ 

Public Improvement Bonds, 2nd 

Series _____ , 

Madison Improvement Bonds 



Miami Municipal Improvement Bonds 

Improvement Bonds, Series "U" 

Monticello Improvement Bonds _ 

Mulberry Water Works Bonds 

Newberry Refunding Bonds 

Okeechobee Water Works Extension 

Bonds 

Palmetto Sanitary Sewer Bonds „_™_„ 

Street Improvement Bonds 

Pensacola Improvement Bonds _ 

Refunding Bonds 

Perry Street Improvement Bonds of 1917 
Street Improvement Bonds, Series 

" A " 

Street Bonds of 1926 _ 

Refunding Bonds __ _. 

Plant City General Municipal Bonds ..... 

Port Tampa Refunding Bonds 

Sanford Public Utility Bonds ______ 

Sarasota Sewerage System Bonds 

Public Building Bonds _ — 

Sewer and Drainage Bonds 

Water Works Bonds 



Street Improvement Bonds 



Date 


Rate% 


Par Value 


1- 1-20 


6 


7,000.00 


6- 1-10 


6 


3,000.00 


1- 1-26 


6 


18,000.00 


1- 1-10 


6 


13,000.00 


1- 1-10 


6 


14,000.00 


7- 1-19 


5 


3,000.00 


5- 1-26 


6 


5,000.00 


5- 1-30 


6 


5,000.00 


2-28-06 


5 


21,500.00 


11- 1-25 


5 


5,000.00 


10- 1-24 


6 


19,000.00 


6- 1-23 


5 


27,000.00 


7- 1-23 


5 


25,000.00 


1- 1-26 


6 


7,000.00 


3- 1-10 


6 


20,000.00 


7- 1-23 


6 


10,000.00 


3- 1-25 


6 


38,000.00 


9- 1-25 


sy 2 


20,000.00 


9- 1-25 


sy 2 


59,000.00 


1- 1-11 


m 


16,000.00 


10- 1-11 


4y 2 


2,000.00 


7- 1-17 


5 


23,000.00 


2- 1-22 


6 


4,000.00 


7- 1-26 


6 


45,000.00 


1- 1-31 


6 


4,000.00 


8- 1-22 


6 


14,000.00 


7- 1-30 


6 


3,000.00 


1- 1-24 


m 


50,000.00 


1- 1-13 


5 


15,000.00 


1- 1-13 


5 


1,000.00 


1- 1-13 


5 


9,000.00 


1- 1-13 


5 


15,000.00 


1- 1-14 


5 


15,000.00 



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15 



Sebring Improvement Bonds 

General Municipal Improvement 
Bonds ,.__ _. 

Tallahassee Street Paving Bonds 

Street Grad. and Curbing Bonds 
Public Utility Improvement Bonds 

Tavares Street Paving and Improvement 

Bonds _, 

Wauehula Paving and Street Improve- 
ment Bonds — 

Sewer Bonds . 

Water Works Bonds _ 

Williston Bonds - 

U. S. Treasury Bonds of 1946-1949 

II. S. Treasury Bonds of 1951-1955 _ 
U. S. Treasury Bonds of 1946-1948 



U. S. Treasury Bonds of 1955-1960 
Total par value of securities — 



Date 


Rate% 


Par Value 


3-14-23 


6 


7,000.00 


0- 1-24 


sy 2 


5,000.00 


1- 1-12 

6- 1-16 

7- 1-20 


5 
5 
5 


5,000.00 

6,000.00 

110,000.00 


7- 1-20 


6 


9,500.00 


1- 1-14 
1- 1-14 
1- 1-14 


6 
6 
6 


1,000.00 
10,000.00 
15,000.00 


1- 1-23 


6 


6,000.00 




3& 


57,000.00 




3 


100,000.00 




3 


50,000.00 




2% 


256,000.00 
$4,765,950.00 



PRINCIPAL OF AGRICULTURAL COLLEGE FUND 
Securities in Fund June 30, 1936 

Alachua County Road Dist. No. 1 Bonds 
Holmes County School Dist. No. 8 Bonds 

Pasco County Road and Bridge Refund- 
ing Bonds, Series "B" 

Pinellas County Refunding Highway 
Bonds , — 

Taylor County Road Bonds 

Fort Pierce Municipal Refunding Bonds 

Lakeland Water Mains Extension Bonds 

Plant City General Municipal Bonds 

Vero Beach Street Improvement Bonds 

Vero Beach Refunding Bonds 

Refunding Bonds 

U. S. Treasury Bonds of 1955-60 

Total par value of securities _ 



7- 1-25 


5l/ 4 


$ 22,000.00 


4- 1-29 


6 


8,500.00 


10- 1-32 


4-51/2 


2,000.00 


4- 1-33 


sy 2 


9,000.00 


4- 1-30 


5 


21,000.00 


5-15-20 


6 


60,000.00 


1- 1-10 


6 


8,000.00 


8- 1-22 


6 


9,000.00 


10- 1-22 


6 


2,000.00 


8- 1-29 


6 


2,000.00 


8-15-30 


6 


1,500.00 




2% 


10,000.00 
$155,000.00 



16 



DEPARTMENT PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 



PRINCIPAL OP SEMINARY FUND 
Securities in Fund June 30, 1936 



Broward County Highway Bonds. 



Gadsden County School Dist. No. 4 Bonds 

Hernando County Road Bonds 

Holmes County District No. 8 Bonds 

Marion County Refunding Road Bonds 
Putnam County Road Dist. No. 6 Bonds 

Taylor County Road Bonds — 

Fort Myers Street and Sidewalk Bonds„ 

Leesburg Improvement Bonds, Series 

"D" __ , , 

Live Oak Improvement Bonds __ 

U. S. Treasury Bonds of 1955-1960 



Total par value of securities 



Suwannee County Suwannee River 
Scenic Highway Bonds 



Date 


Rate% 


Par Value 


1- 1-22 
7- 1-23 
10- 1-23 
4- 1-29 
7- 1-20 
7- 1-23 
4- 1-30 
7- 2-13 


6 
5 
5 
6 
5 

sy 2 

5 
5 


$ 5,000.00 

10,000.00 

25,000.00 

6,500.00 

10,000.00 

13,000.00 

6,000.00 

9,000.00 


7- 1-19 
2-28-06 


5 
5 
2% 


17,000.00 
16,500.00 
13,000.00 




$131,000.00 


EGION FUND 
_e 30, 1936 
Date Rate 


Par Value 


7- 1-26 


5Y2 


$ 40,000.00 



STATE FIRE INSURANCE FUND 
Securities in Fund June 30, 1936 



Hernando County Road Improvement 

Bonds — — . ..-.. — _ 

Hillsborough County Highway Bonds 

(Elizabeth Court) — . 

Hillsborough County Highway Bonds — 
Hillsborough County Highway Bonds — 

Leon County Road Bonds 

Levy County Road Bonds — 
Orange County Road Bonds — _____ 
U. S. Treasury Bonds of 1946-1948 
U. S. Treasury Bonds of 1949-1952 



Date Rate % Par Value 



3- 1-24 



6- 
6- 

6- 

7- 



1-26 
1-26 
1-26 
1-25 
6-20-25 
7- 1-26 



5 
5 
5 
5 

5y 2 

5 
3 
3% 



Total par value of securities 



* 7,000.00 

10,000.00 
40,000.00 
21,000.00 
30,000.00 
30,000.00 
60,000.00 
123,000.00 
27,000.00 

$348,000.00 



STATE SUPERINTENDENTS REPORT IT 

EXPENSES STATE DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 
FOE THE YEAR 1934-1935 

Disbursements : 

1. Salaries $55,625.09 

2. Travel 10,728.86 

3. Necessary and Regular Expense 9,408.01 

4. Office Expense — Smith-Hughes 1,166.80 

5. Office Expense — Rehabilitation 45.29 

6. Teachers Examination Fund 
Examination and certification 

of teachers 5,709.04 



Receipts : 
1. General Revenue: 
a. Salaries 

1. Budget $25,975.00 

2. State Smith-Hughes 6,677.47 

3. State Rehabilitation 2,127.50 

4. State George-Reed 57.95 



$82,683.09 



b. Travel 

1. Budget 

2. State Smith-Hughes 

3. State Rehabilitation 


3,052.43 

1,874.32 

630.93 


$34,837.92 

5,557.68 

944.97 

22.65 

9,408.01 




c. Office Expense— S.-H. 

d. Office Expense — Rehab. 

e. Necessary and Regular Exp. 






General Education Board .- 

a Salaries 

h. Trawl 


9,600.00 
2,724.59 


i 


$50,771.23 


Teachers Examination Fund .* 
» Salaries 

b. Examination and certifica- 
tion rvf tpnfhft^ 


2,324.25 
5,709.04 




$12,324.59 







8,033.29 



18 DEPARTMENT PUBLIC INSTRUCTION* 

4. Federal Government: 
a. Smith-Hughes 

1. Salaries -..- 6,677.47 

2. Travel 1,815.67 

3. Office Expense 221.83 



8,714.97 
George-Heed 

1. Salaries 57.95 

Rehabilitation 

1. Salaries 2,127.50 

2. Travel 630.92 

3. Office Expense 22.64 



2,781.06 

$11,553.98 



Total Receipts $82,683.09 

EXPENSES STATE DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

FOR THE YEAR 1935-1936 

Disbursements : 

1. Salaries __ $54,442.75 

2. Travel 9,784.19 

3. Necessary and Regular Expense 5,914.93 

4. Office Expense — Smith-Hughes 3,557.50 

5. Office Expense — Rehabilitation 375.34 

6. Teachers Examination Fund 
Examination and certification 

of teachers _____ 4,531.05 



$78,605.76 



Receipts : 

1. General Revenue: 
a. Salaries 

1. Budget $28,535.00 

2. State Smith-Hughes 6,183.32 

3. State Rehabilitation 2,175.00 

4. State George-Ellzey .____ 145.44 



$37,038.76 






STATE SUPERINTENDENT'S REPORT 



19 





b. Travel 

1. Budget 

2. State Smith-Hughes 

3. State Rehabilitation 

c. Office Expense 

1 Rmtth-T flight 


3,812.45 

1,782.95 

482.20 


6,077.60 

2,166.26 
187.67 

5,914.93 


■ 




3,600.00 
1,441.45 






2. Rehabilitation 

3, Necessary and Regular 

General Education Board: 
n Salaries 
h. TravPl 

Teachers Examination Fund: 

a Salaries 




2. 


9,357.48 
145.44 

2,844.87 


$51,385.22 


3. 


5,300.25 
4,531.05 

6,183.30 
1,782.94 
1,391.24 


5,041.45 




b. Examination and certifica- 
tion of tftAnh*»rR .. 




4. 


Federal Government : 
a. Smith-Hughes 

1. Salaries 

2. Travpl , 

3. Offiee Expense ,., 


9,831.30 




b. George-Ellzey 
1. Salaries 

c. Rehabilitation 

1. Salarim* 

2. Travel 

3. Office Expense 

< 






2,175.00 
482.20 
187.67 








12,347.79 



$78,605.76 



20 DEPARTMENT PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

NECESSARY AND REGULAR EXPENSE FUND 
1934-1936 

Balance, July 1, 1934 $ 3,191.34 

Appropriation : 10,175.00 

Leon Electric Company _ — __ $ 21.84 

H. & W. B. Drew Company, letter 

heads 127.80 

W. S. Cawthon, travel 46.55 

M. R. Hinson, travel 36.83 

August: 

J. M. Lee, transportation scrip 42.40 

R. M. Evans, travel 80.60 

Railway Express Agency _ 3.13 

Postal Telegraph Company .45 

Southeastern Telephone Company™ 10.90 
The Tallahassee Office Supply Co., 

supplies 22.80 

W. L. Marshall, repairs 1.00 

T. J. Cfcason, Postmaster, stamped 

envelopes — 325.20 

W. S. Cawthon, travel 36.15 

Capital City Pub. Co., printing law 540.90 
The H. & W. B. Drew Co., supplies 2.61 
Superintendent of Documents, pos- 
tal guides 3.00 

Remington Rand, Inc. — typewriter 86.25 
State Road Department — blue 

prints . ,i 38.88 

Rose Printing Company 36.50 

Underwood Typewriter Agency — 1.25 

Southern Stationery Company — 5.50 

September i 

W, S. Cawthon, travel 58.08 

Rose Printing Company, Course of 

Study, etc __ . 439.90 

Artcraft Printers, printing _ __ 178.53 

Capital City Pub. Co., monthly 

reports . 185.00 

J. M. Lee, transportation scrip 106.50 

R. M. Evans, travel 39.50 

M. R Hinson, travel 9.39 



STATE StJPERINTENDENT'S REPORT 21 

Southeastern Telephone Company 10.70 

Western Union 1.58 

Perry Trading Company, chairs — 3.40 

The H. & W. B. Drew Company _ 6.15 

Underwood Typewriter Agency __ 1.25 

October : 

Bose Printing Company — registers 238.50 

Southeastern Telephone Company 11,80 

Postal Telegraph Company . 1.08 

B. M. Evans, travel 72,65 

M. R. Hinson, travel 19.75 

Western Union 7.94 

Capital City Pub. Co., report 

blanks «_ 71.00 

The H. & W. B. Drew Company _ 17.50 

W. S. Cawthon, travel 107.05 

Underwood Typewriter Agency 10.75 

November : 

The H. & W. B. Drew Company _ 1.95 

J. M. Lee, transportation scrip _~_ 4.70 

B. M. Evans, travel 8.08 

Underwood Typewriter Agency 1.25 

Cincinnati Office Supply Company 10.00 

Southeastern Telephone Company 12,55 

The Tallaahssee Office Supply Co. 19.08 

Kee Lox Mfg. Company, carbon 4.00 

Capital City Publishing Company 5.50 

M. B. Hinson, travel 105.40 

Western Union 5.94 

Rose Printing Company 20.25 

Rose Printing Company, English 

Course of Study 350.00 

Leon Electric Supply Co,, Inc. 1.35 

W. S. Cawthon, travel 77.80 

December : 

M. R. Hinson, travel 97.78 

R. M .Evans, travel 12.05 

Southeastern Telephone Company 10.70 

The Tallahassee Office Supply Co. 19.38 

Railway Express Agency ,fKi 







22 DEPARTMENT PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

Capital City Publishing Company 15.50 

W. S. Cawthon, travel , 74.80 

Southern Stamp & Stationery Co. „ 6.75 

Western Union _ ____ ] fi:{ 

T. J, Chason, Postmaster, stamped 

envelopes 325.20 

The H. & W. B. Drew Company 6.47 

State Hoad Department, blue prints 28.65 

Balance 9,069.81 



$13,366.34 $13,366.34 



Balance, January 1, 1935 $ 9,069.81 

R. M. Evans, travel _ ..___„ 4.10 

The H. & W. B. Drew Company ___ 3.50 

Southeastern Telephone Company 10.70 

Southern Ribbon and Carbon Co. _ 2.75 

The Tallahassee Office Supply Co. 5.55 

Postal Telegraph Company .90 

Western Union ______ 4.32 

Underwood Typewriter Ageney 7.50 

Capital City Publishing Company 66.25 

J, M, Lee, transportation scrip 2.70 

Addressograph Company _ ^____ 1,91 
Capital City Publishing Company, 
1M biennials less $800 from Gen- 
eral Printing Fund ..~ „ „, 2,048.92 

W. S. Cawthon, travel __—__ 41.00 

February-: 

Southeastern Telephone Company 11.00 

R. M. Evans, travel 84.51 

J. M. Lee, transportation scrip 15.90 

M. R. Hinson, travel 83.65 

Addressograph Company ^___ 1.10 

Rose Printing Company, H. Ec. 

Course <>E Study ...._ 350.00 

The Tallahassee Office Supply Co. 34.05 

The H. & W. B, Drew Company _ .20 

Western Union ,74 

The Record Company, printing __ 10.75 

W. S. Cawthon, travel - 106.66 

March : 

Southeastern Telephone Company 12.80 

The Tallahassee* Office Supply Co. 40.45 



STATE SUPERINTENDENTS REPORT 



23 



Addressograph Sales Agency 

Capital City Pub. Co., 150 Biennial 

Report bindings _ 

M. R, Hinson, travel 

Western Union 

The H. & W. B. Drew Company __ 

W. S. Cawthon, travel ___ 

R. M .Evans, travel ___ 

Leon Electric Company 

Capital City Pnb. Co., annual re- 
port blanks for 2 years 



16.96 

112.50 
126.98 

1.16 

97.80 

118.65 

105.33 

1.45 

755.00 



April : 

M. R. Hinson, travel __. 

Corporation Service Co. of Florida 

Shaw-Walker __ 

Southern Stationery & Stamp Co— 

Underwood Typewriter Agency 

The H. & W. B. Drew Company _ 

Office Equipment & Supply Co. 

Artcraft Printers, 100M monthly 

reports: 

Railway Express Agency , . 
Southeastern Telephone Company 

J. M. Lee, transportation scrip 

Tallahassee Office Supply Co. 

Rose Printing Company, budget 

forms — ~__ 

Western Union 

R. M. Evans, travel 

W. S. Cawthon, travel , 

31 ay ; 

Southeastern Telephone Company 
Office Equipment & Supply Com- 
pany, supplies and chairs 

R. M. Evans, travel 

J. M. Lee, transportation scrip 

W. S .Cawthon, travel 

M. R. Hinson, travel 

Cohen Brothers, supplies 

Western Union 



Christie Hall Business Machines _ 
Rose Printing Co., 20 M registers _ 



123.80 
5.00 
1.33 
2.25 
2.50 
9.97 
11.00 

237.25 

10.81 

6.15 

2.50 

10.75 

90.75 

3.64 

143.68 

87.20 



10.00 

152.85 

163.35 

15.30 

115.30 

162.73 

28.75 

1.46 

4.50 

1,371.00 



24 DEPARTMENT PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

The H. & W. B. Drew Company _ 3.50 

The Tallahassee Office Supply Co. 5.75 

June: 

Southeastern Telephone Company 17.20 

Office Equipment and Supply Co. 54.95 

Railway Express Company .62 

J, M. Lee, transportation scrip 4.28 

The Tallahassee Office Supply Co. 15.10 

R. M. Evans, travel „_____ 180.59 

M. R. Hinson, travel - 249.56 

Hill City Machine Company 3.00 

W. S. Cawthon, travel „.„__.____ 80.20 
The H. & W. B, Drew Company, 

blue prints and supplies 138.21 

Western Union _^„__„„ 7.44 

Tallahassee Office Supply Co. _ 6.00 

Capital City Pub. Co. _ 93.00 

Kee Lox. Manufacturing Company 7.00 

Southern Stationery & Stamp Co. 1.00 

Artcraft Printers 42.45 

Rose Printing Company, 1 M 1935 

laws - 108.00 

State Road Department, blue prints 84.50 

Balance 905.90 



$ 9,069,81 $ 9,069.81 
Balance on hand July, 1935 905.90 



Appropriation . $11,000.00 

Balance for June bills, July, 1935 873.80 

Rose Printing Company 873.80 

W. S. Cawthon, travel 20.30 

August : 

Rose Printing Company, 2 M H. S. 

blanks 129.50 

Midyette-Moor Ins. Agency, IT. S. 

610411 149.10 

J. L. Graham, travel 70.34 

James A. Stripling, travel 58.40 

M. R, Hinson, travel 7.80 

R. M .Evans, travel 21.55 



STATE SUPERINTENDENTS BEPORT 25 

Artcraft Printers, 3 M Elcm. 

Standards, etc. — 178,90 

Railway Express Agency .78 

The Tallahassee Office Supply Co. 15.65 

B. V. Folsom, screens 39.50 

Underwood Typewriter Agency . 8.50 

Remington Rand, Inc., chairs 105.00 

Southeastern Telephone Company 8.10 

Office Equipment and Supply Co. 60.72 

Southern Stationery & Stamp Co. _ 5.00 
Capital City Pub. Co., Directories 

and blanks 396.85 

W. 8. Cawthon, travel 52.50 

J. M. Lee, transportation scrip 15.75 

Prank Stoutamire, sheriff . 31.85 

September and October i 

J. M. Lee, transportation scrip 8.20 

W. S. Cawthon, travel 166.75 

J. L. Graham, travel 73.93 

James A. Stripling, travel 31.36 

R. M. Evans, travel 16.70 

Western Union 8.47 

Southeastern Telephone Company 18.34 
Monroe Calculating Machine Co. 

Inc., No. LA-5-200 189206 525.00 

The H. & W. R. Drew Company __ 35.46 

Leon Electric Supply Co 11.70 

Railway Express Company 19.19 

Arteraft Printers 127.60 

The Tallahassee Office Supply Co. 8.00 

A. R. Cogswell, blue prints 102.20 

November : 

R. M. Evans, travel 14.25 

M. R. Hinson, travel 5.20 

James A. Stripling, travel 37.71 

Western Union __«_ 2.49 

Rose Printing Company .„ 77.20 

James A. Ellis Company 1.50 

Christie Hall Business Machines 10.00 

Kee Lox Manufacturing Company 7.50 

Postal Telegraph Company - .68 

The H. & W. B. Drew Company __ 6.45 






26 DEPARTMENT PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

Capital Office Equipment Co. __ 9.30 

Southeastern Telephone Company 9 40 

Capital City Pub. Co. 72^25 

Underwood Typewriter Agency 10.00 

W. S. Cawthon, travel 70.10 

J. L. Graham, travel 35.46 

L. M, Deans, staples gjg 

State Road Department, blue prints 106.40 

J. M. Lee, transportation scrip 9,65 

Railway Express Agency 7,99 

December : 

The H, & W. B. Drew Company __ 49,55 

Southeastern Telephone Company. 7J0 

The Tallahassee Office Supply Co. 12!oO 

Underwood Typewriter Agency 11.75 

James A. Ellis Company .75 

Capital Office Equipment Co 14*95 

James A. Stripling, travel 10.90 

W. S. Cawthon, travel 117.10 

E. M. Evans, travel 133.77 

J. L, Graham, travel _____„ 79.64 

The Multistamp Company y.j>2 

Western Union ,64 

Paul V. Lang, Mandamus Bd. of 

Ed, vs. Bd. of Ad ... 8.25 

M. R. Hinson, travel 42.25 

Underwood Elliott Fisher Co., 

typewriter — ___ ____ 85.05 

Prank Stoutamire, Sheriff 22.75 

Frank Cochran, Postmaster, post- 
age ______ 15.00 

Balance $ 7,347.42 

$11,873.80 $11,873.80 



Balance, January 1, 1936 _______ $ 7,347.42 

Monroe ('adulating Machine Co. „ 27.04 

J. L. Graham, travel 79.50 

W. L. Marshall, repairs 2.00 

M. R. Hinson ,travel 20.25 

W. S. Cawthon, travel 124.75 

Southeastern Telephone Company 7.70 

The Tallahassee Office Supply Co, 4.85 



STATE SUPERINTENDENTS BEPORT 27 

A. R. Cogswell, blue prints 4.86 

The H. & W. B. Drew Company _„ 52.75 

State Road Department, blue prints 8.15 

Railway Express Agency 1.68 

Capital Office Equipment Co. 14.21 

Western Union 3.82 

Capital City Pub. Company 3.50 

February : 

Clyde W. Saunders & Sons, Inc., 

pamphlets ,. 138.00 

Art craft Printers , 10.50 

Tallahassee Office Supply Co., Inc. 17.75 

R. M. Evans, travel ___ 134.20 

A. B. Cogswell, blue prints 17.90 

M. R. Hinson, travel 54,94 

J. L. Graham, travel - 86.73 

The H. & W. B. Drew Company _ 2.45 

Capital Office Equipment Co. _ 9.10 

Southeastern Telephone Company 7.70 

Capital City Pub. Company , 19.00 

Western Union 2.50 

James A. Ellis Company 7.50 

W. S. Cawthon, travel 120.25 

J. M. Lee, transportation scrip 13.70 

Frank Cochran, Postmaster, post- 
age . 100.00 

Southern Stationery & Stamp Co. 4.50 

March: 

Underwood Typewriter Company 7.50 

James A. Stripling, travel 19.15 

J. L. Graham, travel __ 90.92 

R. M. Evans, travel — 58.80 

Tallahassee Office Supply Co. _ 13.55 

Southeastern^ Telephone Company 7.80 

Artcraft Fruiters 34.00 

Western Union 1.86 

Capital City Publishing Co 52.00 

Capital Office Equipment Co. 10.20 

A. R. Cogswell, blue prints 21.50 

State Road Department, blue prints 2.90 

Leon Electric Company 58.60 

M. R. Hinson, travel 66.64 






28 



DEPARTMENT PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 



W. S. Cawthon, travel 

L. M. Deans, staples _ 

J. M. Lee, transportation scrip 

Underwood Typewriter Agency 

The Mult is tamp Company 



86.30 

11.32 

72.43 

2.05 

7.82 



April: 

Underwood Typewriter Agency 

R. M. Evans, travel 

James A. Stripling, travel 

Artcraft Printers — 

Railway Express Agency 

Southeastern Telephone Company 
The Tallahassee Office Supply Co. 
Shelbyville Pencil & Novelty Co. - 
Capital Office Equipment Co. — 
State Road Department, blue prints 

J. L. Graham, travel 

Keystone Envelop Company _— 

A. R. Cogswell, blue prints 

I .W. Smith, 2 Maxwell moisteners 

Western Union 

W. S. Cawthon, travel 

M, B. Hinson, travel 

Frank Cochran, Postmaster, 

stamped envelopes 

J. M. Lee, transportation scrip 



7.50 

108.94 

9.35 

15.50 

2.92 

7.70 

5.30 

3.95 

4.15 

6.55 

105.97 

12.69 

35.00 

3.00 

3.25 

135.85 

117.60 

325,20 
14.00 



May: 

R. M. Evans, travel 

Railway Express Agency _ 

Capital Office Equipment Co 

The H. & W. B. Drew Company __ 
Southeastern Telephone Company 

Addressograph Sales Agency 

Southern Stationery & Stamp Co. ... 
Christie Hall Business Machines _ 
Eee Lox Manufacturing Company 
The Tallahassee Office Supply Co 
J. L. Graham, travel 

M. R. Hinson, travel 

The Miller Bryant Pierce Co. 
W. S. Cawthon, travel 



164.24 

3.07 

5.55 

4.80 

7.70 

.36 

1.00 

2.10 

15.00 

24.15 

99.54 

147.81 

4.70 

110.65 



STATE SUPERINTENDENTS REPORT 28 

Capital City Pub. Co., on Rosen- 
wald Programs 96.00 

Frank Cochran, Postmaster, post- 
age 

J. M. Lee, transportation scrip 

Underwood Typewriter Agency 

Jane: 

W. L. Marshall 

R. M. Evans, travel 



Capital Office Equipment Co. 

Underwood Typewriter Agency _ 
The Tallahassee Office Supply Co. 

State Road Department _ 

Southeastern Telephone Company 

J. L. Graham, travel 

Western Union ^ 

M. R, Hinson, travel 



W. S. Cawthon, travel 

James A. Stripling, travel 

Prank Cochran, Postmaster 

Rose Printing Company, 1 M laws 

Southeastern Telephone Co. 

Balance 



50.00 


78.80 


1.25 


2.75 


134.59 


12.75 


2.00 


18.30 


11.84 


9.05 


178,66 


3.19 


148.23 


69.75 


74.30 


50.00 


999.00 


18.33 


2,146.42 



$ 7,347.42 * 7,347.42 



Balance July 1, 1936 $ 2,146.42 



SO DEPARTMENT PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

TEACHERS EXAMINATION POND 1934-1936 

Balance, July 1, 1934 - $ 2,979.38 
Receipts, Graduate State Certifi- 
cates 480.00 

Receipts, Duplicate Certificates _ 18.00 

Receipts, Examination fees 74.00 

Receipts, Teacher Training Certifi- 
cates 1.50 

W. M. Williams, Grading papers _ $ 2.20 

Miss Winifred Metcalfe, clerical _ 104.00 

T. J. Chason, Postmaster, postage.. 50.00 

Miss Dorothy Dodd, clerical 145.00 

August : 

Receipts, Graduate State certifi- 
cates 1,095.08 

Receipts, Duplicate Certificates _ 21.00 

Artcraft Printers 68.65 

Miss Winifred Metcalfe, clerical— 76.00 

Miss Dorothy Dodd, clerical 145.00 

September ; 

Receipts, Graduate State Certifi- 
cates 522.00 

Receipts, Duplicate Certificates — 21.00 

Receipts, Examination fees _. 1,196.50 

Receipts, Teacher Training Certifi- 
cates 1.50 

The Tallahassee Office Supply Co., 

Inc. 25.80 

Railway Express Agency — .88 

Capital City Publishing Company 91.50 

Dixon's Transfer 2.00 

Miss Winifred Metcalfe, clerical 44.00 

T, J. Chason, Postmaster, postage- 75.00 
Southern Stationery and Stamp Co. 4.90 
Remington Rand Inc. ____ 26.03 
Kee Lox Manufacturing Co., car- 
bon paper — — ... , . ■ - 13.00 

Miss Dorothy Dodd, clerical 145.00 

Wade Wilden, clerical 60.25 

October : 
Receipts, Graduate State Certifi- 
cates 255.00 



STATE SUPERINTENDENT'S REPORT 31 

Receipts, Duplicate Certificates 21,00 

Receipts, Examination fees , 48.00 

Artcraft Printers ____ 281.85 

Tallahassee Office Supply Co. 30.20 

Grading Papers at 8 cents per paper; 

Mrs. Elizabeth T. Leake _______ 72.24 

Mrs. Ina A. White 72.24 

Miss Posey Taylor 72.24 

Mrs. Katherine Harrison 72.24 

Mr. H. P. Woodbery 72.24 

Mrs. Xuripha Lockey 72.24 

Mrs. Christine B. Scarborough.. 72.24 

Mrs. Mary B. Alfriend 30.80 

Dr. P. P. Pinner 29,60 

Mrs. Ebie Baggs 29.60 

Miss Hate Sullivan 29.60 

Mrs. Mary R, Baker 29.60 

Mrs. Mabel Hodgson : 29.60 

Railway Express Agency 25.03 

Shaw-Walker, filing supplies 18.15 

Mrs. Grace B. Williams, grading _ 2.50 

Miss Dorothy White, grading 1.00 

Miss Edna Fisher, grading 1.00 

The H. & W. B. Drew Company __ 36.59 

W. M. Williams, grading 2.00 

Mrs. A. R. W. AndrewB, grading _ 1.00 

Mrs, Evelyn K. Messer ,grading 1.00 

Miss Dorothy Dodd, clerical 145.00 

Wade Whilden, clerical 108.00 

November : 

Receipts, Graduate State Certifi- 
cates _» 141.00 

Receipts, Duplicate Certificates 2.00 

Artcraft Printers 46.35 

T. J. Chason, Postmaster, postage 50.00 

Railway Express Agency 26.66 

Bradbury & Hall, supplies __ __ 2.45 

Miss Dorothy Dodd, clerical 145.00 

Wade Whilden, clerical 104.00 

December : 

Receipts, Graduate State Certifi- 
cates 99.00 



32 



DEPARTMENT PUBLIC INSTRUCTION' 



Receipts, Duplicate Certificates 
Artcraft Printers 



9.00 



Capital City Publishing Company 

Miss Zadie L. Phipps, preparing 
q uest ions 

Miss Fannie B. Shaw, preparing 
questions 

Miss Mary h. Richey, preparing 
questions 

Dr. Raymond B, Bellamy, prepar- 
ing questions 

Miss Edna M. Fisher, preparing 
questions — ._. _. 

Miss Marian Irish, preparing ques- 
tions 

Miss Dorothy Dodd, clerical 

Wade Whilden, clerical __ 
Balance 



78.00 
8.50 

9.00 

6.00 

12.00 

3.00 

3.00 

3.00 

145.00 

104.00 

3,821.99 



$ 6,984.96 $ 6,984.96 



Balance January, 1935 _ 

Receipts, Graduate State Certifi- 
cates 

Receipts, Duplicate Certificates _ 
Receipts, Examination fees (divi- 
dend on Broward County Check 

of Feb. 1928) 

Mrs. Beatrice B. Williams, prepar- 
ing questions 

Miss Dorothy Dodd, clerical 

T. J. C'hason, Postmaster, postage _ 

Wade Whilden, clerical 

Artcraft Printers 



$ 3,821.99 

135.00 
3.00 



2.48 



12.00 

145.00 

50.00 

8.00 

18.50 



February : 

Receipts, Graduate State Certifi- 
cates 123.00 

Receipts, Duplicate Certificates — 4.00 

Receipts, Examination Fees 1,266.50 



T J. Chason, Postmaster, postage 

Wade Whilden, clerical 

Artcraft Printers __— 



50.00 
96.00 

278.80 



STATE SUPERINTENDENT'S REPORT 35 

For Grading papers at eight cents per paper : 

Mrs. Xuripha Lockey 69.60 

H. P. Woodbery 68.00 

Miss Posey Taylor . 79.36 

Mrs. Katherine L. Harrison » 79.20 

Mrs. Elizabeth T. Leake 79.36 

Mrs. Ina A .White __-__ 79.36 

Mrs. Christine B. Scarborough _ 79.36 

Miss Kate Sulhvau _~ 82.40 

Mrs. Mary R. Baker 32.40 

Dr. P. P. Pinner 32.40 

Mrs. Ebie Q. Baggs ~ 29.60 

Mrs. Mabel Hodgson 32.40 

Miss Dorothy White, grading 50 

Miss Dorothy Dodd, clerical - 145.00 

March: 

Receipts, Graduate State Certifi- 
cates 126.00 

Receipts, Duplicate Certificates _ 11.00 

For Grading Special examination papers s 

Mrs. Stephen Sterk .75 

Miss Zadie L. Phipps 6.25 

Miss Ruth Connor 1.50 

Kenneth R. Williams 2.25 

Miss M. Luella Richey 2.50 

Mrs. Beatrice B. Williams — 6.00 

Mr. Jack Bohannon .75 

Artcraft Printers ___~_~~~™— . 60.50 

Railway Express Agency 49.02 

Hill Transfer, moving papers 2.50 

Frank Cochran, Acting Postmaster, 

envelopes 325.20 

Frank Cochran, Acting Postmaster, 

postage 50.00 

Wade Whilden, clerical 104.00 

Miss Dorothy Dodd, clerical 145.00 

April : 

Receipts, Graduate State Certifi- 
cates 84.00 

Receipts, Duplicate Certificates — 13.00 

Artcraft Printers — 12.50 

The II. & W. B. Drew Company _ 62.60 



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DEPARTMENT PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 



Prank Cochran, Postmaster, post- 
age . 

Miss Dorothy Dodd, clerical 



50.00 
145.00 



May.- 

Receipts, Graduate State Certifi- 
cates 

Receipts, Duplicate Certificates _ 

Arteraft Printers — ,. _ 



308.00 

17.00 



Jack Bofaanuon, preparing ques- 
tions ___ 

Miss Dorothy Dodd, clerical 






June: 

Receipts, Graduate State Certifi- 
cates 

Receipts, Duplicate Certificates _ 

Receipts, Examination fees 

Arteraft Printers 

Prank Cochran, Postmaster, en- 
velopes 



852.00 

18.00 

1,857.00 



Prank Cochran, postage _________ 

For grading papers at eight cents per paper : 

Mrs, Xuripha Lockey 

Leon A. Gray 

Lewis Hall 

Miss Maude Saunders 

Mrs. Lucie K. Miller 

Ellis Moore 

I. T. Pearson 



Miss Mary Woodbery 

Mrs, Mary Love Walker 
Mrs. Elizabeth Stiling _ 
R. W. Van Brunt . 
Miss Buda Day 
Miss Posey Taylor 



Mrs. Elizabeth T. Leake 

Miss Edna Fisher 

Miss Annie Morgan 

W. M. Williams 



Miss Winifred Metcalfe 

Miss Dorothy Dodd, clerical 

The Tallahassee Office Supply Co. 

Inc. 



27.75 

14.00 
145.00 



219.30 

325.20 
50.00 

63.04 
63.04 
63.04 
63.04 
63.04 
63.04 
63.04 
63.04 
63.04 
63.04 
63.04 
63.04 
63.04 
57.04 
55.04 
43.20 
40.00 
17.60 
145.00 

50.55 



STATE SUPER INTENDENTS REPOBT 35 

Miss Winifred Metcalfe, clerical — 40.00 

The H, & W. B. Drew Company — 117.40 

Mrs. W. A. Bass, grading 1.50 

Mrs. Eleanor McBride, grading — 1.00 

Miss Zadie Phipps, grading 7.00 

Capital City Publishing Company 112.00 

Misg Sadie Young, grading 1.00 

Railway Express Agency 56.16 

Miss Mildred Stewart, grading „ 1.50 

Balance $ 3,766.65 



$ 8,636.97 « 8,636.97 



Balance, July, 1935 $ 3,766.65 

Receipts, Graduate State Certifi- 
cates 462.00 

Receipts, Duplicate Certificates _« 21.00 

Receipts, Examination fees 76.00 

Miss Erma May Hanscom, fee re- 
fund ___ 2.00 

Moseley H. Baker, fee refund . - 2.00 

Miss Winifred Metcalfe, clerical — 108.00 

Miss Dorothy Dodd, clerical 145.00 

August: 
Receipts, Graduate State Certifi- 
cates 1,140.00 

Receipts, Duplicate Certificates — 16,00 
Frank Cochran, Postmaster, post- 
age - 100.00 

Miss Winifred Metcalfe, clerical ~_ 12.00 

Mrs. Elberta H. Hinson, clerical — 115.00 

Artcraft Printers ttJfi 

Miss Dorothy Dodd 145.00 

Miss Lois Stuckey 150.00 

Miss Phebe Quarterman __ „ 135.00 

Wade Whilden 100.00 

J. C. Compton . 125.00 

Mrs. Dorothy Sauls — 135.00 

M. R. Hinson 300.00 

R. M. Evans 300.00 

Mrs. J. W. Sealey 135.00 

September : 
Receipts, Graduate State Certifi- 
cates I 561.00 



36 DEPARTMENT PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

Receipts, Duplicate Certificates - 24.00 

Receipts, Examination fees 56.00 

Frank Cochran, Postmaster, post- 
age 100.00 

Miss Dorothy Dodd 145.00 

Miss Lois Stuckey .. ___ 150.00 

Mrs. Blberta Hinson _ 80.00 

October : 

Receipts, Graduate State Certifi- 
cates „_— „ 396.00 

Receipts, Duplicate Certificates — 10.00 

Receipts, Examination fees 968.33 

For grading papers at eight cents per paper : 

Mrs. Katherine Harrison 62.16 

Mrs. Ina White 62.24 

Mrs. Christine Scarborough 62.24 

H. P. Woodbery , 57.60 

Miss Posey Taylor .__— 61.84 

Mrs. Xuripha Loekey 62.24 

Mrs. Elizabeth T. Leake 56.64 

Dr. P. F. Finner 24.00 

Miss Kate Sullivan 26.80 

Mrs. Marv R. Baker , 25.12 

Mrs. Mary B. Alfricnd 26.80 

Mrs. Mabel Hodgson 26.80 

For grading Special examination papers: 

Miss Ida Raa 1.00 

Miss Luella Richey 5.25 

Miss Katherine Montgomery , ... .50 

Miss Helen L. Richey 2.00 

Mrs, Anna Ellen B. Sterk .50 

Jack Bohannon 2.00 

Mrs. Beatrice B. Williams _ 4.25 

Miss Zadie Phipps 9.75 

Railway Express Agency 253.86 

The Tallahassee Office Supply Co., 

Inc. 54.40 

Artcraft Printers 206.10 

Christie Hall Business Machines - 1.25 

Office Equipment and Supply Co. 2.60 

Western Union 4.83 

Postal Telegraph & Cable Co. .38 

Mrs. Elberta H. Hinson ~ — 64.00 



STATE SUPERINTENDENTS EEPOHT ST 

Miss Dorothy Dodd 145.00 

Miss Lois Stuckey ~._ 150.00 

November : 

Receipts, Graduate State Certifi- 
cates — 126.00 

Receipts, Duplicate Certificates __ 7.00 

Receipts, Examination fees 18.50 

The Tallahassee Office Supply Co. 12.20 

Artcraft Printers 27.00 

Miss Dorothy Dodd - 145.00 

Miss Lois Stuckey 150.00 

Prank Cochran, Postmaster, en- 
velopes „ , 325.20 

- December : 

Receipts, Graduate State Certifi- 
cates 123.00 

Receipts, Duplicate Certificates — 28.00 

Artcraft Printers 33.25 

Miss Katherine Montgomery, ques- 
tions 6.00 

Dr. Raymond Bellamy, questions. 3.00 
Frank Cochran, Postmaster, post- 
age _— __™__- 50.00 

Miss Zadie Phipps, questions 9 00 

Miss Luella Richey, questions 12.00 

Miss Marian Irish, questions 3.00 

Miss Lois Stuckey _ 150.00 

Miss Dorothy Dodd 145.00 

Balance 2,732.73 



$ 7,799.48 $ 7,799.48 



Balance, January, 1936 _ $ 2,732.73 

Receipts, Graduate State Certifi- 
cates -\ 144.00 

Receipts, Duplicate Certificates „ 14.00 
Mrs. Beatrice B. Williams, ques- 
tions . 12.00 

Jack Bohannon, questions 21.00 

W. T. Edwards, typing 1.50 

Miss Dorothy Dodd 145.00 

Miss Lois Stuckev — 150.00 



38 DEPARTMENT PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

February : 

Receipts, Graduate State Certifi- 
cates 183.00 

Receipts, Duplicate Certificates 5.00 

Receipts, Examination fees 1,170.00 

Frank Cochran, Postmaster, post 

' age : 50,00 

Capital City Publishing Co. 12.50 

Artcraft Printers 228.60 

Hill Transfer, hauling 1.50 

Underwood Typewriter Agency — 15,00 

For grading papers at eight cents per paper : 

Mrs. Christine B. Scarborough _ 67.44 

Mrs. Ina A. White 67.44 

Mrs. Beth W. Moor 67.44 

Mm Xuripha Lockey 67.44 

Miss Posey Taylor 67,44 

Mrs. Carolyn D. Richardson 65.76 

Mrs, Katherine Harrison 66.00 

H. P. Woodbery 66.64 

Dr. P. P. Finner . 26.80 

Mrs. Mary R. Baker 22.96 

Mrs. Mary B, Alfriend 26.80 

Miss Kate M. Sullivan „____ StJO 

Miss Marjorie Owens 72.00 

Miss Lois Stuckey 150.00 

Miss Dorothy Dodd 145.00 

March : 

Receipts, Graduate State Certifi- 
cates ._» 162.00 

Receipts, Duplicate Certificates — 11,00 
Grading: 

Miss Zadie Phipps 7.25 

Miss Ida Raa 1.00 

Miss Helen Riehey 2.00 

Miss Luella Riehey 5.50 

Mrs. Beatrice B. Williams 5.75 

Jack Bohannon 2.50 

Capital Equipment Company 14.60 

The H. & W. B. Drew Company _ .45 

Railway Express Company 59.61 

Capital City Publishing Company 8.50 



STATE SUPERINTENDENTS REPORT 89 

Miss Dorothy Dodd 108.75 

Miss Marjorie Owens 48.00 

Miss Kathryn Gregory 67.50 

Miss Lois Stuckey 150.00 

April: 

Receipts, Graduate State Certifi- 
cates 153.00 

Receipts, Duplicate Certificates _ 20.00 

Artcraft Printers 30.75 

Miss Kathryn Gregory — 133.00 

Miss Lois Stuckey 150.00 

May: 

Receipts, Graduate State Certifi- 
cates . 330.00 

Receipts, Duplicate Certificates — 23.00 

Capital City Publishing Co. _ 167.00 

Artcraft Printers r„. 14.75 

Miss Maude Saunders, questions _ 4.00 

Miss Mary Woodbery, questions _ 2.00 

Miss Kathryn Gregory 135.00 

Miss Lois Stuckey 150.00 

June: 

Receipts, Graduate State Certifi- 
cates 951.00 

Receipts, Duplicate Certificates _ 15.00 

Receipts, Examination fees 1,697.00 

Artcraft Printers 212.35 

For grading and mileage : 

I. T. Pearson 112.00 

Miss Posey Taylor 77.28 

R. W. Van Brunt 96.80 

Mrs. Xuripha Lockey 90.50 

Miss Annie R. Morgan 93.30 

Miss Winifred Metcalfe 78.20 

Miss Helen Smith 76.80 

Leon A. Gray 91.80 

Miss Maude Saunders 90.30 

Ellis Moore 106.80 

Mrs. Mary Love Walker B8J0 

Mrs. Elizabeth Stiling 104.00 



40 DEPARTMENT PUBLIC INSTRUCTION' 

Miss Mary Woodbery 59.40 

Hill Transfer Company 1.50 

Mrs. Adelaide 6. McPeak 12L50 

Miss Winifred Metcalfe 36.00 

Mrs. Elberta H. Hinson 22.50 

Miss Lois Stncfcey 150.00 

Miss Kathryn Gregory 135.00 

Miss Luela Richey, grading 4.50 

Miss Cecile Strong 7.00 

Mrs. Stephen Sterk _ 1.25 

Balance 2,846.18 



$ 7,610.73 $ 7,610.73 



Balance, July 1, 1936 $ 2,846.18 



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STATE SUPERINTENDENTS REPORT 41 

A NEW SCHOOL CODE NEEDED 

The greatest need of the public school system of Flor- 
ida today is a new school code. As stated recently by 
Hon. Bryan Willis, State Auditor and Secretary of the 
School Code Committee, appointed by Governor Dave 
Sholtz, "It should be very apparent even from a cursory 
examination of the compilation of our school laws that 
they have gradually grown into a heterogeneous, un- 
wieldy, and disjointed mass that can be comprehended 
only by those skilled in legal research. Instead of at- 
tempting to patch up this structure we should use it as 
the basis only to work out a code". 

The new code should be simple enough to be under- 
stood by the average citizen, but sufficiently compre- 
hensive to meet the needs of the schools for many years. 

Some constitutional changes will be necessary to clear 
the way for the setting up of a modern State school 
system, and with that thought in mind the following 
amendments, eliminations, and new sections are sug- 

guested : 

To Be Amended 

Art. IV Amend by 'striking out "Superintendent of Public 

Sec. 20 Instruction" (State) 

Art. VIII Amend by striking out "Superintendent of Public 

Sec. 6 Instruction" (county) 

Art. XII Amend by striking out "in proportion to the aver- 

Sec. 7 age attendance upon the schools in the said 

(See also counties respectively" 
Sec. 9) 

Sec. 8 Amend by increasing the maximum county levy 

to twenty mills. (This to compensate for loss of 
revenue by abolishment of Special Tax School 
Districts.) 

To Be Repealed 

The section having reference to duties of the 
State Superintendent of Public Instruction. 

The State one mill tax 

Authorizing school districts (provided bonded in- 
debtedness is not impaired) 
Relative to school districts 

Relative to the issuance of bonds by special tax 
school districts 



Art. IV 


Sec. 


25 


Art. XII 


Sec. 


6 


Sec. 


10 


Sec, 


11 


Sec. 


17 



42 DEPARTMENT PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

New Sections 

Art. XII Add a new section providing for issuance of bonds 

Const. by counties for the exclusive use of the public 

(1) free schools in said counties. (To take place of 
district bonding power) 

(2) Add a new section creating an appointive State 
Board of Education with seven-year staggered 
terms for members. 

(3) Add a section stating that "The Legislature shall 
not pass local or special laws in any of the fol- 
lowing enumerated cases, that is to say: **** 
Providing for the management of common schools. 
**** Granting to any corporation, association or 
individual any special or exclusive privilege, im- 
munity or franchise whatever. •••• In all other 
cases where a general law can be made applic- 
able, no special law shall be enacted." 

Obsolete Laws That Should Be Repealed 

As stated elsewhere in this report the compilation of 
school lawa as it now exists is "a heterogeneous, un- 
wieldy, and disjointed mass"; so there is urgent need 
for the repeal of many of the enactments now on the 
statute hooks. 

The following obsolete laws should be repealed at once 
even if the suggested constitutional changes cannot be 
brought about immediately: 

(References to section numbers are for Compiled Gen- 
eral Laws of Florida, 1927, and also for School Laws of 
Florida, annotated, 1936.) 

Sec. Par. Nature of the Law 

1S4 S File and preserve lists of poll tax payers 

185 To Inspect institutions of higher learning 

494 Has reference to adoption of 1918 course of study 

495 Has reference to revision and printing of 1918 
course of study 

511 Attendance of youth of one county of school in 

another 
576 State board of education may purchase county 

interest bearing coupon warrants 
579 County board of public instruction districts 

584 Duties of supervisor 

607-610 Course of military Instruction in high schools 

644 Life State certificate 

664-668 Teachers' certificates issued in substitution for 

certificates issued in other states 
680-681 Course of study committee. Acts 1903 



STATE SUPERINTENDENT'S REPOBT 43 

688-699 Attendance officers (Have been declared uncon- 

stitutional — State v. Board Public Instruction of 
Duval County, 93 Fla. 68, 123 So. 640) 
759-761(3) Teacher training departments in high schools 
769-774 Scholarships in University and In State College 

786 Board of Control authorized to provide examina- 

tions for high schools. (This power has never 
been exercised by the Board of Control) 
809 Board created to name teachers for summer 

schools 
812 Warrants for cost of summer schools 

848 School boards required to furnish free textbooks 

to parents unable to purchase them 
2985 City or town support of public schools for the 

poor, etc. 

Special Laws Enacted as General Laws 

In recent years Legislatures have passed many laws, 
supposedly of a general nature, but having application in 
each case to only one or two counties. The stratagem 
resorted to is to make the laws apply to all counties having 
certain definite populations as shown by distinctly named 
censuses. These laws are not based upon considerations of 
equality and justice to all that should characterize general 
laws, and consequently should be repealed. 

Laws of this nature found in the compilation of school 
laws, and that should be repealed are as follows ; 

1. Those having to do with compensation of Members of County 
Boards of Public Instruction. 

2. Those having to do with compensation of County Superin- 
tendents of Public Instruction. 

3. Those having to do with distribution in counties of Racing 
Commission funds. 

4. Those having to do with other matters relating to the public 
schools. 

Compensation of Board Members 

Chapter 5,656, Acts of 1907, sec. 1, amending a former 
section, provided that board members should be paid 
"four dollars per day for each day's service, and ten cents 
per mile for every mile actually traveled in going to and 
from the court house by the nearest practicable route, ' ' and 
as many as twenty-five counties are still operating under 
the law. However in all the other eounties except Duval 
and Hillsborough the compensation of board members 
ranges from five dollars per day to as high as $1200.00 per 






44 DEPARTMENT PUBLIC INSTRUCTION* 

year— with varying amounts of compensation for mileage 
It is a fact worthy of mention that during the hard times 
prevailing during the years 1927-1935 compensation of 
board members has been increased in more than half of 
all the counties of Florida. In some of the counties com- 
pensation being paid board members in January, 1931, was 
ratified and confirmed by Chapter 15,778, Acts 1931, sees. 
1 and 2. 

The section numbers 527-550(30) indicate laws having 
to do with compensation of board members that should be 
repealed. 

In this connection it is interesting to note that the Duval 
County board members serve without pay {Sec, 622(9), 
Cb. 16824, Acts of 1935), and that the new board to be in- 
ducted into office in Hillsborough County, January 1, 
1937, will receive no salary, (Ch. 16,821, Acts of 1935). 

If compensation of any kind is to be paid to school board 
members it should be based upon some general law and 
scaled in proportion to the duties involved. 

Compensation of County Superintendents 

Salaries of County Superintendents were in 1907 (see 
Ch. 5,658, Acts of 1907, sec. 1) "based upon the total an- 
nual receipts of each county, for school purposes, including 
special school district taxes, and excepting borrowed 
money," but in time this law was ignored and salaries in 
excess of the stipulated amounts set up in the law were 
paid these officials. 

An attempt to legalize the salaries being paid is re- 
flected in Chapter 15,033, Acts of 1931, sees. 1 and 2, and 
Chapter 16,236 Acts of 1933, sees. 1 and 2, Section 2 in 
both aets states that "Except as otherwise provided by law 
the same salaries paid during the month of January, 1931, 
and thereafter shall be continued to be paid each County 
Superintendent of Public Instruction in the State of Flor- 
ida, provided, however, that no salary of such County 
Superintendent shall exceed the sum of Six Thousand 
Dollars ($6,000.00) per year." 

As early as 1923 special population basis acts setting 
salaries of county superintendents began to be passed, and 
since that time more than thirty such laws have been 
enacted. 



STATE SUPERINTENDENTS REPORT 45 

Section numbers 552-558(21), and Ch. 14,655, Acts 
1931 ; Ch. 14,666, Acts 1931 ; Ch. 15,607, Acta 1931, Ex. 
Ses.; Ch. 15,974, Acts 1933; Ch. 15,979, Acts 1933, sec. 2, 
indicate laws having to do with compensation of county 
superintendents that should be repealed. The inequality 
of compensation for Board Members and County Superin- 
tendents, considering the duties being performed, from 
county to county, is a true reflection of the haphazard 
method by which school laws have been passed. 

There is serious need for a law setting compensation of 
County Superintendents upon a scale commensurate with 
the duties performed, and not dictated by caprice of 
special enactments applying to counties having given 
populations. 

The Racing Commission Laws 

In the cases of some of the counties special laws were 
passed giving racing commission funds in whole or in part 
to the schools, but in the cases of twenty -eight counties 
special population basis laws relating to this matter were 
passed. Inasmuch as all laws of this nature are question- 
able in their constitutionality it is recommended that the 
laws described as follows be repealed : 

Chapter 15,627, Acts 1931 

Chapter 17,212, Acts 1935 

Chapter 15,628, Acts 1931 (Extra Sea.) 

Chapter 17,187, Acts 1935 

Chapter 15,768, Acts 1931 (Extra See.) 

Chapter 15,769, Acts 1931 (Extra Ses.) 

Chapter 17,190. Acts 1935 

Chapter 16,125, Acts 1933 

Chapter 17,186, Acts 1935 

Chapter 16,131, Acts 1933 

Chapter 16,135, Acts 1983 

Chapter 16,136, Acts 1933 

Chapter 16,137, Acts 1933 

Chapter 16,138, Acts 1933 

Chapter 16,139, Acts 1933 

Chapter 16,140, Acts 1933 

Chapter 17,180, Acts 1935 

Chapter 17,189, Aets 1935 

Chapter 17,199, Acts 1935 

Chapter 17,200, Acts 1935 

Chapter 17,202, Aets 1935 

Chapter 17,204, Acts 1935 

Chapter 17,205, Acts 1935 

Chapter 17,206, Aets 1935 

Chapter 17,211, Acts 1935 



Sees. 


1 and 2, 


Sec. 


1 


Sees. 


1-3 


Sec. 


2 


Sees. 


1 and 2, 


Sees. 


1-3 


Sec. 


1 


Sec. 


1 


Sees. 


1 and 2, 


Sees. 


1-3 


Sees, 


1-3 


See. 


1 


Sec. 


1 


See. 


1 


Sec. 


1 


Sec. 


1 


Sec. 


1 


Sec. 


1 


Sees. 


1 and 2, 


Sec. 


1 


Sec. 


1 


Sec. 


1 


Sec. 


1 


Sec. 


1 


Sec. 


1 



M DEPARTMENT PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

Bee. 1 Chapter 17.214. Acts 1935 

Sees. 1. 2. 3. Chapter 17,215, Acts 1935 

Sec. 1 Chapter 17.1S4, Acts 1835 

Sec. 1 Chapter 17,188. Acts 1935 

Sec. 1 Chapter 17491, Acts 1935 

Sec. 1 Chapter 17,192, Acts 1935 

The purposes for which racing commission funds are 
being apportioned through the above enumerated laws are 
laudable, but the needs of the schools should be met 
through more definite and certain enactments — through 
laws openly stated and capable of favorable constitutional 
interpretation. 

Other Population Basis Laws 

The popular basis laws which follow should be abolished : 
Chapter 16^64, Acts 1933 
Chapter 10,249, Acts 1925 
Chapter 13,603, Acts 1928 
Chapter 14,551, Acta 1929 (Extra Sea.) 
Chapter 15,900, Acts 1833 
Chapter 15,935, Acta 1933 
Chapter 14,678, Acts 1931 (Extra Sea.) 
Chapter 15,727, Acts 1931 
Chapter 11,966, Acts 1927 
Chapter 11,967, Acta 1927 
Chapter 12,0®, Acta 1927 
Chapter 14,678, Acts 1931 
Chapter 15,934, Acts 1933 
Chapter 15,938, Acts 1933 
Chapter 15.938, Acta 1933 
Chapter 17,041, Acta 1935 
Chapter 17.051. Acta 1935 
Chapter 16,914. Acts 1935 
Chapter 16,915, Acta 1935 
Chapter 16.910. Acts 1935 
Chapter 16,930, Acta 1835 
Chapter 17,407, Acts 1935 
Chapter 17,440, Acts 1935 
Chapter 16,816, Acts 1935 
Chapter 17.248. Acta 1935 
Chapter 17,250, Acta 1835 

No doubt some of these laws have merit and should be 
reenacted without resort to the population basis by which 
their constitutionality may be brought into question. 

Miscellaneous Changes 
The following laws should be revised or abolished : 
1. Sec. 449(3) page 29 of School Laws 1936 (annotated) 

should be so amended as to allow a levy of taxes for paying 

back debts. 



Sec. 


2 


Sec. 


1 


Sec. 


1 


Sec. 


1 


Sec. 


1 


See. 


I 


Sec. 


19 


See. 


1 


Sees. 


1.2 


Sec. 


1 


Sec. 


1 


See. 


IS 


S.v 


15 


Sec. 


15 


Sec. 


15 


Sec. 


6 


Sec. 


6 


Bw 


1 


Sec. 


1 


Sec. 


1 


■tea. 


1, 2 


See. 


1 


Ban, 


1. 2 


Sec. 


1 


Sees, 


1, 3 


Sec. 


1 



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STATE SUPERINTENDENT'S REPORT 4T 

2. The Instruction Unit Law Sees. 508(1) -508(8), pp 
35,39, should be rewritten to remove inoperative features. 

3. Sec. 508(12), page 41, does not seem to be in line 
with modern school procedure and should therefore be 
abolished. 

4. Sec. 517, page 44, should be changed to provide for a 
board of five members elected from the county at large, 
and to serve in staggered terms of five years each. 

5. Sec. 517(1), pages 44-45, seems to over emphasize 
the importance of district responsibility of board mem- 
bers, and should be abolished. 

6. Sec. 526, page 47, should be changed to provide no 
salary for school board members, but remuneration for 
actual time spent in attendance upon their duties as such 

officials. 

7. Teachers Certificate laws, Sees, 630-668, pp 119-130, 
should be rewritten to provide for no more certificates 
upon examination after 1936 and the reduction of all 
types of certificates to a limited number of well defined 
permits to teach in given fields of work. 

8. The compulsory attendance law, Sees. 684-699, pp 
138-144, should be rewritten to make it workable. 

9. All sections having to do with special tax school 
districts on pages 144-176 should be abolished if sees. 10, 
11, and 17 of Article XII of the Constitution should be 
repealed. 

10. Should the proposed new section of Article XII of 
the Constitution be adopted, see. 754, having reference to 
the State Board of Education, page 176, would have to he 
changed to conform to that section. 

11. The State textbook law, sees. 849-889, pp 213-231, 
should probably be simplified by being rewritten. 

Transportation 

The consolidation of schools in Florida had its beginning 
about thirty-five or forty years ago, and the following 
tabulation of costs for transportation of pupils since 1901 



48 



DEPARTMENT PUBLIC INSTRUCTION" 



gives an interesting picture of the growth of the trans 
portation movement since that date : 







TABLE 


I 






Year 




Total 


Annual Cost 




Cost 


Ending 


No. 1'uplls 


Annual 


Per Pupil 


Per Pupil 


June 30 


Transported 


Cost 


Transported 


Per Da j* 


1901 


Not reported 


$ 3,225.12 


Not available 


Not 


available 


1!*>2 


Not reported 


5,427.44 


Not available 


Not available 


1903 


Not reported 


11,291.19 


Not available 


Not 


available 


1904 


Not reported 


18,016.74 


Not available 


Not available 


1905 


Not reported 


22,141.93 


Not available 


Not 


available 


1908 


Not reported 


22,026.01 


Not available 


Not 


available 


1907 


Not reported 


25.243.72 


Not available 


Not 


available 


1908 


Not reported 


25,579.68 


Not available 


Not 


available 


V.XO 


Not reported 


32,598.24 


Not available 


Not 


available 


1»l(l 


Not reported 


24.132.56 


Not available 


Not 


available 


1911 


Not reported 


23,655.97 


Not available 


Not 


available 


1912 


Not reported 


25,364.72 


Not available 


Not 


available 


1913 


Not reported 


34,664.09 


Not available 


Not available 


1014 


Not reported 


37,920.84 


Not available 


Not available 


1915 


3,390 


44,644.22 


SU.44 


1 


.07 


1916 


3,163 


56262.30 


16JS5 




.10 


1017 


4,338 


74.834.70 


17.27 




.11 


1918 


4,261 


95,158.22 


2233 




.14 


1919 


4,440 


104,118.00 


23.45 




.15 


1920 


7,908 


216689.00 


27.20 




.17 


1921 


7,681 


249,685.65 


32.51 


4— 


.20 


1922 


<>,;iso 


244.542.46 


26.13 




.16 


1923 


11.924 


293.284.73 


24.60 




.15 


1924 


14.822 


403,939.81 


27.25 




.17 


1MB 


15,927 


506,411.24 


29.11 




OS 


1926 


27.678 


720,045.56 


25.5S 




.16 


1927 


(J4,*-t»^ 


$35375.17 


24.35 




35 


1928 


39.529 


989.35S.70 


25.03 




.16 


1029 


42326 


941.534.89 


2234 




.14 


1930 


44461 


L031, 768.48 


23.36 




35 


11)31 


54,525 


1.048,582.53 


19.23 




.12 


VXi-J. 


60,758 


1.003,311.08 


19.64 




.12 


una 


64,344 


926,807.00 


14.40 




.08 


1934 


03,138 


977.745.67 


15.49 




30 


1935 


60,191 


1,155,82632 


17.40 




.11 


193K 


73.040 


1,004,610.01 


21.97 




34 



•Based upon an estimated 160 day term for each year. 

The following observations may be made from a study of 
this tabulation : 

1. The font of transportation for 1936 was 497.54 times as great 
aa in 1901. 

2. 21.25 times as many pupils were transported in 1936 as were 
trniisjKirted In 1915. 



J 



STATE SUPERINTENDENT'S REPORT 4» 

3. The annual and dally coat per pupil transported were ap- 
proximately two and one-half times as great in 1925 as in 
1915, but by 1936 bad decreased to about twice the cost in 
191S. 

Aside from observations made from study of the table it 
is an interesting fact that in 1901 the cost of transportation 
was less than one-half of one per cent of all current expen- 
ditures for schools. In 1915 it had increased to 1.72% ; in 
1925 to 5.14% ; and in 1936 to 9.75%. 

Again in 1901 the cost of transportation was .56 of one 
per cent of the total cost of instruction (teachers' salaries 
and other classroom expenses) ; in 1915 it had increased 
to 2.17% ; in 1925 to 7.42% ; and in 1936 to 13.14%. 

Transportation of pupils is intimately related to the 
consolidation of small weak schools into larger and better 
ones, and without this means of reaching larger and better 
schools many pupils would be denied the right to an 
education; but mounting costs of transportation should 
be serieusly studied, and definite steps taken to arrive 
at just and fair compensation for those who carry on 
this work. 

That there have been instances in which school boards 
have connived with bus drivers to allow them more than 
adequate compensation for services rendered seems to 
be pretty well established. 

In one such case a teacher in a given sehool who was 
being paid a salary of $80.00 per month was allowed 
$100.00 per month to transport eight pupils in a dirty, 
dilapidated five-passenger ear. 

Another case is reported of a man being paid $40.00 
per month to transport two children — and the two chil- 
dren were his own. In still another case a man was paid 
$80.00 per month to transport five children. 

In a fourth case eomplaint was made that a bus driver 
was carrying fifteen to nineteen children in a five-pas- 
senger car. This driver was accused of collecting fifty 
cents per pupil per month for those he transported, but 
the county superintendent to whom the matter was re- 
ferred did not reply to the letter of inqury directed to 
him about the case. 



50 DEPARTMENT PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

Such cases as here mentioned are rare, but they indi- 
cate abuses that must be corrected if the whole business 
of transporting children is to be kept on a high plane 
of economy and efficiency. Transportation must be re- 
tained as a necessary aid to education, but it must be 
kept free from motives of self seeking and petty gain 
on the part of those who direct its operation. 

Teachers and Salaries 

Table II shows (a) personnel of instruction; (b) the 
average salaries paid Florida teachers by five year periods 
beginning with the year ending June 30, 1900 ; (c) average 
salaries paid for the years 1934-1936, both inclusive; (d) 
average national salaries paid for the years 1900 to 1934; 
(e) percentages that negro salaries are of white salaries 
paid in Florida; and (f) percentages that Florida salaries 
are of the national salaries for die years mentioned. 



I 



TABLE II 



AVERAGE ANNUAL SALARIES OF SUPERVISORS, PRINCIPALS, AND TEACHERS, FLORIDA AND UNITED 

STATES. FOR YEARS SHOWN. ALSO PERCENTAGE SALARIES OF NEGRO TEACHERS ARE 

OF WHITE, AND FLORIDA TEACHERS ARE OF THOSE OF THE UNITED STATES. 

(Data secured from Biennial Reports of the State Superintendent of Public Instruction and from Statistics of 

State School Systems. Office of Education, Washington, D. C.) 



WH ITE 



TEAS 



NEGRO 



BOTH 



Personnel* Ave. Sal. Personnel* Are. Sal. Personnel* Ave. Sal. 



% Negro % Fla. 
AT. SAL. Sal of Sal. of 
U. 8. White TJ. 8. 



1900 

1906 
1910 
1915 
1920 
192S 
1930 
1984 

1936 

1933 



2,OSl 
2,283 
3,041 

4,258 
6,21 S 
0,730 
8,800 
8,488 



9.421 



$202.1K 

■imx,2 

312.11 
394.64 

694.08 
845.44 
1MKI.80 
85T.48 

893.24 

1,039.80 



645 
T33 
974 
1,119 
1,433 
1,612 
2,361 
2,601 

2,813 

2,884 



$156.94 
165.00 
165.15 
1*3.96 
242.37 
321.17 
411.00 
■113.31 

422.42 

494.80 



2,729 
8.016 
4.010 
5.377 
6,651 
S.342 
11,157 
11,089 

11,749 

12,305 



$191.49 
244.20 
276.46 
350.80 
518.30 
T44.14 
875.36 
753.31 ** 

780 .51 

912.07 



$325.00 

386.00 

485.00 

543.00 

871.00 

1.252.00 

1,420.00 

1527.00 

Not yet 

available 

Not yet 

available 



79 
61 
63 
47 
41 
S8 
41 
48 

47 

48 



59 

63 

67 

65 

60 

59 

62 

61 

Not yet 

available 

Not yet 

II VII 11(1 111.' 



•The number of teachers employed was used for the years 1000-1915 ; the number of positions filled was used for 
1920-1936. This was done to conform to the evident practice of the Office of Education, Washington, D. C. 

**Offlce of Education, Washington, D. C. reports $806.06 for this average salary. The difference is probably due 
to salaries paid from Federal funds, but not reported to the State Superintendent. 



52 



DEPARTMENT PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 



The data of this table are easily understood, but the 
following observations may be made : 

1. The average salary for white supervisors, principals, and 
teachers increased by more than 400% from 1900 to 1936. 
During the same time negro salaries increased 215%, atui 
salaries for both races advanced 377%. During the period 
1900-1934 national salaries increase 277%. 

2, In 1930 salaries of white teachers reached their highest 
peak for all the years up to that time; but they suffered 
a slump in 1934. Since that time Florida salaries of whites 
and negroes have reached their highest point In the history 
of the State. 

A. Negro average salaries for the entire period covered by this 
table have been around 50% of the average salaries for 
whites, 

4. Florida average salaries for the period 1900-1934 have been 
around 61% of the national average. White salaries in 
Florida have averaged around 68% of the national average 
for the period 1900-1934. 

Table III gives ranges in salaries for each of the five 
school years 1931-32, 1932-33, 1933-34, 1934-35, and 
1935-36, for white teachers, for negro teachers, and for 
both races. 

TABLE III 

TEACHER* SALARY RANGE 

1931-32 

Average Salary 
$ 100—199 

200—299 

300—309 

400-^99 

500—749 

750—999 
1000—1249 
1250—1499 
1500—1999 
2000—2499 
2500—3499 
.'^no- 



Average Salary 

$ 100—199 

200—299 

300—399 - — 



White 


Negro 


Both 


5 
5 


161 
273 


166 
278 


73 
509 


|604j 


767 
1068 


1756 


671 


1 2427| 


212S 


213 


2341 


|2271| 


29 


2300 


1444 

445 

141 

87 

23 


21 


1 




1465 

454 

142 

87 

23 


8887»" 


2631 


1151S 


1932-33 






White 


Negro 


Both 


3 
82 


320 

[841| 


323 
923 


718 


371 


1169 



STATE SUPERINTEN DENTS REPORT 



53 



400 — 199 
500 — 748 
750— 099 
1000 — 1249 
1250—1499 
1500—1999 
2000—2499 
2500—3499 
3500— 



Average Salary 

$ 100—199 

200—299 

300—-399 

400 — *99 — _ 
500—599 — 
000—099 — . 

700—730 

800— 899 

000— 899 

1000 — 1199 

1200—1399 

1400—1599 

1600—1719 

1800—1999 

2000—2499 

2500 — 2999 

3000—3499 

3500—3999 

4000— 



Average Salary 

$ 100—199 

200—299 

300--399 

400 — 499 — 

500—599 

600—899 — 

700—799 

ROO— m 

900—919 

1000—1199 

1200—1399 — 

1400—1599 

1600—1799 

1800—1998 

2000—2499 - 
2500—2999 — 



848 


465 


1313 


2143 


533 


12696! 


12333| 


96 


242!> 


14S1 


20 


1501 


706 


6 


712 


229 


B 


234 


8B 





89 


38 





» 


T 





7 


S758*» 


2877 


11435 


1933-34 






White 


Negro 


Both 


8 


98 


llHi 


23 


718 


741 


216 


638 


854 


985 


707 


HB(2 


987 


269 


1256 


| 15811 


151 


|1732] 


11S2 


31 


1213 


1191 


14 


1205 


JFM 


10 


740 


638 


11 


630 


(W4 


11 


8M 


146 


2 


148 


OB 





6B 


79 





79 


44 





44 


18 





18 


B 





5 


3 





3 


2 





2 


8577** 


2660 


11237 


1934-35 






White 


Negro 


Both 


1 


B8 


59 


9 


590 


BOB 


197 


666 


863 


687 


[7M| 


1481 


943 


348 


1291 


(13491 


226 


ii57r.: 


1054 


33 


Ion- 


1242 


20 


ian 


1063 


32 


1005 


1196 


11 


1207 


907 


18 


US 


166 


3 


inn 


66 





58 


92 





92 


81 


1 


82 


29 





29 



DEPARTMENT PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 



3000—3499 
3500—5999 
4000— 



Average Salary 

$ 100—193 

200—299 

300—399 



400 — *99 

500—599 

600—699 

700 — 799 

800— 889 

900—999 
1000—1199 
1200—1399 
1400—1599 
1800—1799 
1800—1999 
2000—2499 
2500—2099 
3000—3499 

3500—3999 

4000— 



9 





* 


5 





s 


1 





1 


8087" 


2800 


11887 


White 


Negro 


Both 


3 


21 


24 


5 


288 


293 


27 


486 


513 


301 


|997| 


129S 


457 


521 


978 


989 


3S2 


1371 


933 


80 


1013 


1095 


57 


1152 


1301 


21 


1322 


|2045j 


15 


,20110 


1632 


16 


1648 


271 


S 


279 


142 


8 


145 


104 





104 


139 





139 


46 


1 


47 


17 





17 


2 





2 


3 





3 



9512** 2896 12408 

"Data for salary range by positions not available. 
••The Superintendent of Collier County teaches, but Is not 
included in the above schedule. 

It will be noted that for the years 1931-32 ajid 1932-33 
the table has only twelve steps in the ranges of salaries 
for those years, whereas for the remaining three years 
there are nineteen steps each. Those steps in the various 
ranges having the greatest numbers of salaries falling 
within their limits are "boxed in" to call special atten- 
tion them. 

Each section of this table is easily understood, but the 
following observations may be made : 

1. The peak of the distribution for salaries of white teachers 
tends to fall near the middle step; whereas, that for 
negroes fails at about one-fourth the distance from the 
lowest to the highest 

2. In the distributions for negro teachers there is a tendency 
to have two peaks separated by one or more steps. 

3. There are entirely too many teachers with salaries In the 
lower steps of all the ranges. This Is noticeably true in 



STATE SUPERINTENDENT'S REPORT 56 

the cases of the salaries of negroes. In 1935-36 there were 
2,715 white teachers, or twenty-nine per cent of all, who 
received a salary of less than $800.00. For the same year 
2,775 negro teachers, or ninety -six per cent of all negro 
teachers, received lees than $800.00. 

There is urgent need for a teachers' salary schedule 
that will base salaries paid upon proper training and 
successful experience. 



56 



DEPARTMENT PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 



TEACHERS PENSIONS 



Name 



Address 



Date 

Approved 



Amount 
1934-35 



Amount 
1935-36 



Mis* Laura B. Hovreo Hinson 7-15-31 

Mrs. Adeline D. Tatum Winter Garden 7-15-31 

O. J. Moore" Mulberry 7-22-31 

Mrs. Addle G, Wjatt Mobile. Alabama 8-5-31 

Mra. Annie Stephens** Fort Meade 8-5-81 

Henrietta T. Robinson* «• Tallahassee 8-18-31 

T. J. McBeath ....Port Meade 8-19-31 

Mrs. I'barlotte I. Gould** Key West 8-19-31 

Miss Mildred Sharers" •» Key West 8-18-81 

D. L. Colter Winter Haven 8-19-31 

Miss Aunls Porter JacVsonvllle 8-37-31 

Misa Christian McLeod Floralu, Alabama ..... ... 8-27-31 

Miss Mary Dunn , Key West 8-27-31 

Mrs. Elisabeth Godley Wauclinla 8-27-31 

J. Perry Hodge Laurel Hill 0-3-31 

Miss Sophie Merry Micanopy , 9-3-31 

Miss Fannie Clark Ocala. .. 9-8-31 

Mrs. F, L. E. Williams* Leesbnrg 10-S-31 

Mrs. Hiildah Smith Fort Meade 10-29-31 

Mrs. Mittie Allen* Tallahassee 10-29-31 

Mrs. Nannie Davis* South Jacksonville 10-29-31 

Mrs. Addle A. Jackaon* Tallahassee 10-20-31 

Miss Estelle Lanier Yukon 10-28-31 

Mrs. M. O. Hewitt Holt 11-21-31 

K. P. JoneH* •* St. Petersburg 11-21-31 



Alabama 12-15-31 

Alabama 1-14-31 



Mrs. Minnie T. Rosier Auburn, 

\V. H. Vaughan <ieneva, 

Mra. Annie B. Coleman Tampa 2-2-32 

S. D. GUlis** Bascom 2-27-32 

Mrs- Olive O. Handley Trenton 3-7-32 

Itovid Dickens* Moriaona 3-28-33 

H. H. Fagan* Marlannn 8-1-82 

J, A. Jackson* •• Sneada 8-1-32 

Miss Mary C. Bryan Klsslmmee 8-17-32 

Miss Rosa Pardee Rochelle 7-15-82 

Mre, Linnle E. Finsley* **. Jacksonville 8-12-32 

..Fernandlna 10-6-32 

..i.r.-pnsboro 10-13-32 

..Ocala 10-13-32 

DeLand 10-13-32 

.Uehester. Maryland 10-19-32 

Wakulla 10-19-32 

Jena 11-10-32 

Marlanna 11-10-32 

12-6-32 



Mrs. Laura E. Jones* 

H. J. Wiggins* 

Mrs. Alice L. Hnggins* ... 

H. Richardson* 

Mra. Nannie D. Thomas 

Mrs. Lucy B. H. Farmer* R 
Miss Eddie Love MorreSB... 

D. G. Gilbert* 

Johnson Worth* Eustls 

Miss Eleanor Rawson ..Jacksonville 1-11-83 

Miss Cora McKinnev Nteinhatchee 1-11-33 

Mra. Keturah B. Weston* Jacksonville 1-11-88 

Mrs. Louisa M. Albury* Fernandlna 2-15-33 

Miss Olivia E. Pierce* Jacksonville 6-12-34 

Miss Nora Creekmore Live Oak 6-12-34 

Miss Annie E. McMillan Pensacola 6-27-34 

Mrs. G. R, Nichols Westville 6-27-34 

E. P. SanchM* Bon If ay 6-27-34 

J. H. Walker Noma 6-27-34 

Barney Thompson* Jacksonville 6-27-34 

Miss Madula Woolf Gainesville.. :. 7-10-34 

E. F. Fendi>r I-akeland 7-10-34 

Miss Olive E. Ray Starke 7-25-34 

Miss Sophie Bauskctt Jacksonville 8-29-34 

Mra. Louise Grant Key West 10-17-34 

Miss Mary Bell Waring W. . Madison 11-28-34 

Miss Laura W. Switser Tampa 11-28-34 

J. J. James* Morriston 11-28-34 

Miss Jnlia K. Landoti Jacksonville 1-16-35 

Mrs. Helen E. Bryan Cross City 5-8-35 



$480.00 
480.00 
480.00 
480.00 
40.00 
477.33 
480.00 
328.66 
480.00 
480.00 
480.00 
480.011 
480.00 
480.00 
480.00 
480.00 
480.00 
480.00 
480.00 
4S0.00 

480.00 
480.00 
480.00 
480.00 
480.00 
480.00 
480.00 
480.00 
480.00 
480.00 

481I.OO 
480.00 
480.00 
480.00 
400.00 
480.00 
481.1.00 
480.00 
480.00 
jnn_r.ni 

40.00 

4 SO, Oil 
480.00 
480.00 
480.00 
480.00 
480.00 
480.00 
480.00 
■Wi.i'H 
480.00 
480.00 
480.00 
480.00 
480.00 
480.00 
480,00 
■NO. on 
440,00 
360.00 

40,00 
280.00 
280.0.1 
240.00 

80.00 



J 480.(10 

480.00 

80.00 

480.00 



480.00 

400.66 
480.00 
480.00 
480.00 
480.00 

4M1.0I! 
480.11(1 

480.00 
480.00 
480.00 
480.00 
480.00 
480.00 
480.00 
480.00 
480.00 
200.00 
480.00 
480.011 
480,00 
320,00 
480.00 
480.00 
480,00 
236.00 
480.00 
480.00 

480.00 
480.11O 
48O.O0 
480.00 
480.00 

480.66 
480.00 

480.OO 

480.00 
480.00 
480.00 
480.00 
480.00 
480.00 
480.00 
480.00 
480.OO 
480.00 
.1 8i).no 
4.80.0O 
480.00 
480.00 
480.00 
480.00 

480.00 
480.00 
480.00 
480.00 



STATE SUPERINTENDENT'S REPORT 



5T 



Name 



Address 



Date 

Approved 



A mount 

1884-88 1935-30 

80.00 460.00 

80.00 480.00 

80.00 480.00 

80.00 480.00 

80.00 480.00 

80.00 480.00 

40.00 480.00 

40.00 480.00 

40.00 ■) *■ i. in) 

40.00 480.00 

40.00 480.00 

4HD.U0 

2BS.22 

480.00 

480.00 

280.00 

280.00 

280.00 

'.".'.'.'.'.'". 24o"o© 

80.00 

160.00 

160.00 

160,00 

120.00 

40, 00 

4(1.00 

40.00 

{29,563.00 J 36, 4 99. 22 



J. P. Fotch Alnchua 

Frances Johnson* Tallahassee 

M. I*. D. Trimmings* Jacksonville 

Cella A. Adams* ..... Gainesville 

Mary I*. Norwood Bartow 

Elizabeth S. E. Patteron* Tallahassee 

Chas. S. Dunklin* Ocala 

Mrs, Julia B, Fordhnm .. Tallahassee 

O. J. North , Green Cove Springs 

Miss Lucy Simpson Auburndale ... 

Miss Janle Crllly .Tampa 

M. C, Pitman .....Fensaeola 

Frances J. Baker* •• Tallahassee 

Mollie M, Robeson* Jacksonville 

Mrs. Jennie C. Gaskln ......Live Oak 

W, M. Groover* Montlcello 

R, F. Allen* Gracevllle 

Ella V. Sulcer* Miami 

Amy L. Davis (1) • Waldo 

Mary Ann Wbitaker* Tallahassee 

Annie M. Mattoi* (2) Lake City ~ 

Mottle F. Arnold* Anthony 

L. Z. Robinson* Marlanna 

Mrs. Emma W. James W'hlte Springs 

B. F. Hartwell* Green Cove Springs 

Mary P. Cnrr* Tallahassee 

Miss Esther Miller Chlpley 

Mrs. E. M. Williamson Green Cove Springs 



5-8-3G 

5-8-85 

. 5-835 

6-8-35 

5-8-35 

5-8-35 

. 6-12-35 

. 6-12-35 

6-12-35 

6 12-35 

H. B. 203 

. 7-24-35 

, 7-24,85 

. 7-24-35 

. 8-1-35 

. 11-27-35 

. 11-27-35 

. 11-27-35 

. 11-27-35 

1-8-38 

1-8-86 

. 2-19-36 

. 2-19-36 

3-4-38 

. 2-19-36 

. 6-24-36 

. 6-24-88 

. 6-24-30 



• — Negro 

** — Deceased 

R- — Revoked 

W— Withdrawn 

(1) — Effective July. 1936 

(2) — Effective May, 1836 



Totals 



68 DEPARTMENT PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

REPEAL OF THE TEACHERS' PENSION 
ACT PROPOSED 

The Act of the Legislature of 1931, providing for & 
monthly allowance in the form of a Pension to School 
Teachers should be repealed, the repeal not affecting the 
status of those already pensioned. 

The law is decidedly at variance with teachers' pension 
laws in force elsewhere, in that it does not make provision 
for the creation of a fund to which teachers contribute. 
As a consequence, the entire financial burden must be 
carried by the General Revenue Fund. 

In the second place, there is no relationship between the 
amount of the allowance and that earned by the teacher 
annually or monthly at the time of retirement. A large 
number of pensioners are drawing several times as much 
money per year as they ever earned while active. 

Thirdly, the requirement that one must be unable to carry 
on his or her vocation and must be without other means 
of support in order to be eligible for a pension prevents 
some of those who are worthy of a pension from making 
application for the same. 

The provisions now being perfected for the economic 
security of the aged and dependent should replace those 
of the teachers' pension act, since there does not appear 
to exist a need for both sets of provisions. 



REPORTS OF VARIOUS DIVISIONS OF THE 

DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

Chapters II-IX both inclusive, contain the reports for 
the biennium on: Instruction, School Finance, School 
Building Service, Negro Schools, Trade and Industrial 
Education, Agricultural Education, Home Economics 
Education, and Vocational Rehabilitation. 






CHAPTER II 



INSTRUCTION 

It has been deemed advisable to change the character 
of this chapter of the Biennial Report of the State 
Superintendent for the biennium 1934-36. Formerly, 
many pages of tabulated statistical information for high 
schools applying for accredited standing were included. 
It was found, however, that much of this information 
was a duplication of statistical information included in 
the tables of general statistics found elsewhere in the 
State Superintendent's Biennial Report, and furthermore, 
that misinterpretation was often made of such statistics 
since they were not complete — excluding high schools 
not asking for accredited relations. 

These statistics have been omitted and the time usually 
devoted to their assembly was devoted to some compara- 
tive studies which will indicate trends, progress, etc. 
It is hoped that this new type of report will be of more 
service to education than the one formerly presented. 

Brief Summary of Activities of State Director of 
Instruction for Biennium 1934-1936 

1. Spent approximately 375 days in the office, and 280 
days in the field. 

2. Attended 34 educational meetings in the State of 
Florida and 9 out-of-state meetings. Most of the 
latter were committee meetings of the Southern As- 
sociation and expenses of such trips were paid by 
that organization. 

3. Made 42 educational addresses. 

4. Made 536 school inspections. 

5. Made approximately 50 calls on county superinten- 



DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

dents at timea other than when inspecting their 
schools. 

Served on the following committees: 

a. Consultant to Education Committee of the State 
Planning Board 

b. Chairman, Testing and Guidance Program of 
Florida Association of Colleges 

c. State Chairman, 300th Anniversary Celebration 
of American High Schools 

d. Teacher Training Committee, Florida Association 
of Colleges 

e. State-wide Teacher Placement Service 

f. Committees of the Southern Association of Col- 
leges and Secondary Schools : 

(1) State Accrediting 

(2) Chairman, Secondary Commission, 1934 

(3) Chairman, Program Committee 

(4) Chairman, Standing Committee on Standards 

(5) Revision of Constitution 

(6) Committee on Junior High Schools 

(7) Committee on Extra-Territorial Schools 

(8) Committee on Nominations 

(9) Joint Committee on Study of Curricula 

g. State Advisory Committee of the National Youth 
Administration 

h. Committee to plan placement of, and course of 
study for, courses in Conservation of Natural Re- 
sources to be taught in high schools. 

i. Advisory Committee, Florida School Code Com- 
mittee 

Prepared and printed, or mimeographed, or assisted 

in the preparation of, the following bulletins: 



STATE SUPERINTENDENT'S REPORT 63 

a. Certificate Requirements for Teachers in State 
Accredited Schools 

b. Two Educational Directories 

e. Mailing list of principals and superintendents 

d. Standards for accrediting high schools and ele- 
mentary schools 

e. Revision of Elementary Course of Study 

f. Editing and printing high school courses of study 
in English, Social Studies, Commerce, Foreign 
Languages and Home Economics. 

8. Some miscellaneous activities: 

a. Revised elementary standardization blank 

b. Attended National Convention American Legion 
in Miami 

c. Attended several conferences on building pro- 
grams for schools of the State 

d. Attended National Congress of Parents and 
Teachers in Miami 

e. Taught class in Short Course for County Superin- 
tendents University of Florida. 

Growth in High School Enrollment 
Much has been said in recent years about the increas- 
ing cost of operating public schools. These figures would 
not seem nearly so appalling to the taxpayer if he could 
visualize along with this increasing cost the increasing 
enrollment in our public schools and especially the tre- 
mendous increase in high school enrollment — that phase 
of public school education which is most expensive. The 
little table below gives enrollments in grades 9-12 by 
five-year periods from 1909-10 (the first year that figures 
are available for high school enrollment) %o 1934-35. 

TABLE I 
Enrollment Zn Grades 9-12 In Florida High Schools 



1909- | 1914- | 1919- j 1924- 
1910 j 1915 1920 1925 


1929- j 1934- 
1930 1935 


3,046 5,149 12,195 25,708 


48,592 60,824 



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It is interesting to note that the high school enroll- 
ment in these grades just about doubled for every five 
years between 1910 and 1930. The increase in these last 
five years was only about 25%, The total gain between 
1909-1910 and 1935-1936 is 57,781. or 1898.8%. This tre- 
mendous increase accounts to a large extent for the in- 
creased cost of public schools; and will probably con- 
tinue for a decade or two at least. In 1880, statistics of 
the United States Office of Education showed only 3% 
of the pupils of high school age were enrolled in high 
schools of the United States. It is estimated that over 
60% of the high school population is now enrolled in 
high schools. 

The increase of enrollment in secondary schools is also 
significant from other angles than that of cost. The 
present high school rolls are more cosmopolitan than 
formerly was the case. The pupils no longer come just 
from the homes of the cultured few, and from those in 
the upper economic strata of society. 

The children of the so-called common people are in 
our high schools in large numbers. Pupils are no longer 
only from the group who will go to college and en- 
ter the learned professions of Law, Medicine, Teaching, 
Engineering, The Ministry, etc. Many of them will go 
into the trades, selling, the ranks of the laborer, and 
other lowlier pursuits. This has its implications for the 
curriculum. Shall we have widely diversified curricula 
in our secondary schools or shall there be a rather gen- 
eral curriculum calculated to prepare for intelligent liv- 
ing in society, making no material difference for those 
students who will go from high school to college or to 
trade school or directly into the various pursuits of life? 
The solution of this problem is one of the greatest chal- 
lenges to the student of education in these United States 
of America. No satisfactory solution has yet been put 
into operation. 



TABLE II 
TRAINING OF HIGH SCHOOL TEACHERS AND PRINCIPALS IN FLORIDA 

1020-1930 and 1935-1036 
(Including White and Negro Schools. Public and Private. Accredited and Non- Accredited.) 



Amount of Training 


No. of High 
School Teachera 


Per Cent of 
Teachers in 

Each Class 


No. of High 
School Principals 


Per Cent of 

Principals In 

Each Class 


| 1920-30 


1935-30 


1929-90 [ 1935-36 


1920-30 | 1035-38 


1929-30 


1935-36 


Less than High School graduation 


15 

108 
82 

3tKl 

128 

1.630 

179 

46 

19 


1 

38 
BO 

251 
268 
2,110 
473 
137 
7« 


.6 

4.2 
8J 

14.3 
5.0 

63.4 

6.0 

1.8 

.7 


.03 

LI 

1.6 

7.3 

7.8 

82.0 

13.K 
4.0 
22 


5 

1 

11 
17 

II 

161 

47 

13 

7 




1.8 

2.5 
4.0 
6.1 
3.2 
58.1 
17.0 
4.7 
2.5 




4 Years' High School and less than 1 
vnflr Pnllpgn 


2 
7 

11 
9 
135 
88 
32 
20 


.7 


1 Year's Co) lego and less than 2 years .. 

2 Years' College and less than 3 yearn . 

3 Years' College and less than I years .. 

4 Years' College and less than 5 years .. 

5 Years' College and less than yenra .. 

6 Years' College and less than 7 years .. 

7 Years' College or more - 


2.3 

3.6 

3.0 

44.4 

29.0 

10.5 

6.0 


Totals 


visa 


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100.1 


90.83 


277 


304 


90.9 


100.1 







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66 DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

Table II (page 65) gives the number of Florida high 
school teachers and principals with varying amounts of 
educational training or schooling, from those that have 
less schooling than that indicated by graduation from 
high school to that indicated by 7 years college or more, 
and the per cent with any given amount of schooling for 
the six-year period from 1929-30 to 1935-36. This tabula- 
tion includes data from all high schools, of all types and 
both races, that apply for accreditation. This includes 
practically all the public high schools of the state, but 
very few private high schools. 

Attention is called to the fact that the amount of train- 
ing assigned to any given teacher is that claimed on the 
application blank used by high schools requesting ac- 
creditment by the State Board of Education, and not from 
college and high school transcripts. It may be pointed 
out that teachers will tend to set their training higher 
than it actually is. This may be true to some extent, but, 
at least for purposes of comparison between 1929-1930 
and 1935-1936, there would seem to be no reason to as- 
sume that they would have exaggerated more in one 
year than in another. 

The number of teachers in each class is not significant, 
but the per cents are significant. It is interesting to note 
that in the lower brackets for both teachers and principals 
there has been a consistent and significant decrease in 
the per cents, while in the upper brackets just the op- 
posite is true. This indicates there is an increasing de- 
mand for better educated teachers and principals in 
Florida high schools, as well as an increasing supply. 

Some of the interesting facts that can be gleaned from 
the table, with reference to principals, are: (1) There 
were in 1935-36 no high school principals claiming less 
schooling than 4 years of high school; (2) in 1929-30, 
4.3% of the high school principals claimed less than 2 



STATE SUPERINTENDENT'S REPORT 67 

years' college, while in 1935-36 this per cent had dropped 
to .7; (3) in 1929-30, 91.6 per cent of the principals 
had two years or more of college, while in 1935-36 there 
were 97.0 per cent in this group; (4) the increase in the 
per cent of high school principals claiming college gradu- 
ation in this same period was from 82.3 to 90.4; while 
the per cent having 5 years' college or more went from 
24.2 to 46.0. This tendency of principals to take work 
beyond the bachelor's degree is the most marked trend 
shown by the data. 

A like analysis of the data for high school teachers is 
also interesting and shows decided improvement in the 
educational status of these teachers: (1) the number 
who profess less than high school graduation is negligible 
for both years though improvement is indicated ; (2) 
in 1935-36, 99,97 per cent of all these teachers were high 
school graduates or had been admitted to college on some 
other basis; (3) those claiming 2 years' college or more 
had increased from 92.1 to 97.1 per cent ; (4) those claim- 
ing 4 years' college or more had increased from 72.8 to 
82.0 per cent ; (5) the per cent of high school teachers 
who report 5 years or more of eollege training more than 
doubled in the same period — rising from 9.4 to 20. 

No attempt is made to show the cause for the decided 
improvement indicated by this comparison. It is, no 
doubt, due to a number of causes, among which are : 
Competition for teaching jobs caused by the economic 
depression; state standards for accrediting schools; and 
the introduction in many local systems of salary 
schedules. It would appear that the time is at hand when 
legislation should be enacted to place all teachers' licenses 
on the basis of educational training, and, if the examina- 
tion system is maintained at all, to put an educational 
prerequisite of at least two years' college for entrance to 



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an examination for any type of certificate which would 
permit a person to draw pay for teaching in a public high 
school. 
Experience of Florida Senior High School Teachers 
How long do high school teachers follow the vocation 
of teaching? Do they make teaching a life work or do 
they use it as a stepping stone for some other vocation? 
Is there any tendency toward a longer period devoted to 
teaching? Although the data, given here cannot answer 
these questions conclusively, they certainly will give at 
least a partial answer. 

TABLE III 

TOTAL TEACHING EXPERIENCE OF FLORIDA SENIOR 

HIGH SCHOOL TEACHERS IN 1935-30 





tSmall High School 


•Large High School 


Tears of 
Experience 


No. of 
Tea chew 


Per Cent 
in each 
Interval 


No. of 

Teachers 


Per Cent 
In each 
Interval 


1 ... . ... 


112 
97 
75 
60 
66 
71 
60 
49 
37 
28 

112 
40 
60 


12.9 
11.1 
8.6 
6.9 
7.6 
8.1 
6.9 
5.6 
4.2 
3.2 
12.9 
4.6 
6.9 


65 

87 

101 

77 

97 

75 

88 

67 

78 

75 

271 

149 

155 


4.6 


2 

3 _ 

4 , „ 


62 
7.2 
5.5 


6 I I ~". ™ 


7.0 

54 


7 — 

ft 


6.3 

4,8 


10 ""." 
1M5 , , 


5.6 

5.4 

19.0 


16-20 


10.7 


w and «ver 


11.1 






Total 


867 
5.3 
2.1 
9.8 


99.5 


1,384 
8.5 
4.2 
14.2 


988 


Mori tup 




25 Percentile 




75 Percentile 





tSmall High School includes: 
All 0-Year Junior-Senior High Schools with 11 teachers or 

less. 
All 4- Year Senior High Schools with 7 teachers or less. 
* Large High School includes: 
All 6- Year Junior Senior High Schools with 12 teachers or 

more. 
All 4-Year Senior High Schools with 8 teachers or more. 
All 3- Year Senior High Schools. 
On page 72 of the Biennial Report of the State Super- 
intendent of Public Instruction for 1932, the writer pre- 



STATE SUPERINTENDENT'S REPORT 69 

sented similar data to that contained in Table III, which 
will by comparison indicate whether the tendency ia 
toward a longer or shorter period spent by Florida high 
school teachers in the vocation of high school teaching. 
In tabulating the data for 1931-32 and for 1935-36, the 
current year's experience is counted in each case. The 
data has been arranged for large and small high schools 
separately. Table III is read as follows i 112, or 12.9%, 
of the teachers in the small high schools of Florida are 
beginning teachers, teaching their first year; while only 
65, or 4.6%, of the teachers in large high schools of 
Florida are beginning teachers. Likewise, 28, or 3.2%, 
of the teachers in the small high schools of Florida are 
teaching their tenth year; while 75, or 5.4%, of the 
teachers in the large high schools of Florida are teaching 
their tenth year. 

It is interesting to note that the median year of teach- 
ing of Florida high school teachers in 1935-36 is 5.3 years 
in the small high schools and 8.5 years in the large high 
schools. Likewise, it is seen that the 25-percentiIe and 
the 75-percentile are larger for large high schools than 
for small high schools, indicating that teachers on the 
average leave the vocation of teaching in small high 
schools much earlier than in the large high schools. 

Fifty per cent of the teachers in the small high schools 
have had less than six years experience; and fifty per 
cent of the teachers in the large high schools have had 
less than nine years experience. 

By totaling the per cents to any point in the scale, 
the per cent of teachers with any given amount of ex- 
perience can be determined. For example, only 24.4% 
of the teachers in small Florida high schools had had ten 
years or more experience as teachers in 1935-36. This 
means, of course, that 75.6% of them had had less than 
ten years of experience. In the large high school, 40.8% 



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DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 



of the teachers had had ten years or more experience as 
teachers and 59.2% had had less than ten years of ex- 
perience as teachers. This indicates that the large high 
schools are able to command the services of the more 
experienced teachers. It will be observed from examin- 
ing other tables in this stndy that the teachers in the 
larger high schools are better trained and have more 
secure tenure. This is probably due to several factors. 
The larger high schools are, on the whole, in the centers 
of population and wealth, and pay better salaries. Most 
teachers seem to prefer living in the larger centers be- 
cause of better boarding conditions, better social, recrea- 
tional, and amusement advantages and the fact that local 
polities do not play so large a part in securing teaching 
positions as in the smaller communities. The larger 
centers offer better supervisory advantages also, and 
are more apt to have salary schedules that reward ex- 
perience. There is a further item of personal freedom. 
In the smaller communities everbody knows so much 
about the personal affairs of every one else and are so 
critical of a teacher's social habits as to almost rob her 
of any sense of independence or social freedom. 

Below is given the median and two quartiles of the 
experience of Florida senior high school teachers for the 
years 1931-32 and 1935-36: 

Large High Schools 





1931-32 


1936-36 


Median 


7.5 


8.5 


25 Percentile ,. 


3.6 


4.2 


75 Percentile 


10.5 


14.2 


Small High 


Schools 






1931-32 


1935-36 


Median . 


5.4 


5.3 


25 Percentile _ __ 


2.4 


2.1 


75 Percentile „_ __. 


10.1 


9.8 



STATE SUPERINTENDENT'S REPORT Tl 

It will be noted that the median and quartiles for 
1935-36 in the large high schools are appreciably higher 
than for 1931-32, while for the small high schools these 
quotients are smaller in the latter year though there is 
not as much difference as in the case of the large high 
schools. This indicates that teaching in the large high 
schools is becoming increasingly more attractive in com- 
parison with teaching in the small high schools; that 
whatever the factors were that operated to the ad- 
vantage of the larger high schools and the disadvantage 
of the smaller high schools in 1931-32, are still in opera- 
tion, and are affecting the situation more at present than 
they did five years ago. If experience makes for a hetter 
teacher, it would behoove those interested in the smaller 
high schools to find the causes of the differentiation and 
make an effort to remove them. 

Tenure of Florida Senior High School Teachers 
During the past few years there has been a good hit 
of discussion in teachers' organizations about teacher- 
tenure. The writer thought it fitting, therefore, to make 
a tabulation on tenure of high school teachers identical 
with that presented in the Biennial Report of the State 
Superintendent of Public Instruction for 1932, in order 
to determine what was the status of high school teacher- 
tenure for the school year 1935-36 as compared with that 
of the year 1931-32. (See page 73 of the above-mentioned 
Biennial Report for the tabulation for 1931-32.) 



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TABLE IV 
TENURE OF FLORIDA SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL TEACHERS 

IN 1935-36 





tSmall High School 


•Large High School 


Years in Present 
Position 


No. Of 
Teachers 


Per Cent 
in each 
Interval 


No. of 
Teachers 


Per Cent 
in each 
Interval 


1 . 


300 

181 

90 

56 

41 

54 

39 

25 

14 

10 

42 

8 

7 


34.6 

20.8 

10.4 

6.5 

4.7 

6.3 

4.5 

2.9 

1.6 

1.1 

4.8 

.9 

.8 


261 

214 

141 

78 

100 

113 

97 

78 

87 

55 

120 

22 

IS 


18 8 


>> 


15.4 


a 


10.1 


5 


5.6 
72 


7 . -'...'. ,.-' „.,,..>;......, 

S -. 


8.1 
7.0 
5.6 


11-15 ... 

16-20 -- -. 

21 and over - 


6.2 
3.9 
8.6 
1.5 
1.3 






Total 


867 
1.7 
.7 
4.6 


90.6 


1.384 
3.97 
1.4 
7.4 


99.3 


Martin n 




25 Perwntil* 1 




75 Percentile 





| Small High School Includes: 

All 6- Year Junior-Senior High Schools with 11 teachers or 



All 4-Year Senior High Schools with 7 teachers or less. 

♦Large High School Includes: 

All 6-Year Junior-Senior High Schools with 12 teachers 
and over. 

All 4- Year Senior High Schools with 8 teachers and over. 

All 3-Year Senior High Schools. 

In tenure as in experience the current year's tenure 
was counted in every case in making the tabulation. As 
was the ease in 1931-32, the most significant thing indi- 
cated in Table IV is the large turnover in both the large 
and small high schools, and especially in the latter. It 
is rather startling to note that 34.6% of the teachers in 
small high schools and 18.8% of the teachers in the large 



STATE SUPERINTENDENT'S REPORT 73 

high schools are teaching the first year in their present 
positions. The per cents five years ago, however, were 
36.1 and 19.2 for the two groups respectively, so there 
is indication of slight improvement though very little in 
the larger high schools. The medians indicate that in 
the small high schools 50% of the teachers have been 
in their present positions less than two years, and that 
in the large high schools the same per cent have been 
in their present positions a little short of four years. 
The median tenure in the small high school is exactly 
what it was in 1931-32 but it is one year higher in the 
large high school. For purposes o f comparison, the 
medians and 25- and 75- percentiles are given below for 
both years. 

Large High Schools 



1931-32 


1936-36 


Median 2.8 


3.97 


25 Percentile . 1.3 


1.4 


75 Percentile 4.9 


7.4 


Small High Schools 




1931-32 


1936-36 


MorKnn 1 7 


1.7 


25 Percentile .7 


.7 


75 Percentile 3.5 


4.6 



These quotients indicate some hn pro vine tit in the large 
high schools, but none in the small high schools save for 
the fact indicated by the 75-percentile that a few teach- 
ers remain in their position longer now than in 1931-32, 
but the average teacher moves just as quickly as in 
1931-32. 

A teacher should become more and more valuable to 
a community the longer she remains in that community. 
These figures seem to indicate, however, that those en- 



74 DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC IN8TRUCTION 

trusted with the employment of teachers in Florida do 
not accept this premise. The three main reasons generally 
accepted for a teacher changing positions are: (1) that 
the idea of patronage held by local trustees and county 
boards of public instruction tend to replace teachers with 
other teachers who are political supporters, friends, or 
kinsfolk of a newly elected trustee or county board 
member, or even a county superintendent; (2) that some 
teachers are such poor instructors, or diplomats, or what- 
not, that they, of necessity, move from year to year ; and 
(3) that teachers change in order to secure better pay 
or in the hope of a more congenial environment. There 
are other reasons, of course, but these three probably 
account for a large majority of the changes. There is 
one other factor that affects turnover to a considerable 
degree in determining any measure qf central tendency, 
such as the median and percentiles ^ised in this study; 
namely, the large number of teach eijs who drop out of 
the vocation of teaching and must be replaced by new 
teachers. It should be noted, for example, that of the 
300 teachers in the small high schools who are teaching 
their first year in their present positions, 112 were be- 
ginning teachers (see Table HI) and could not have 
taught a year in their present positions. 

If longer tenure is desirable, it behooves those con- 
cerned in Florida to study the causes for short tenure, 
whether they be politics, inefficiency on the part of 
teachers, poor economic conditions, or all three, and 
perform whatever surgery is necessary to remove such 
cause, or causes. 



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i 

2 
6 
6 
9 

8 
I 
8 

a 

2 
2 

4 


1 

........ 


1 

"l*" 

1 
I 
1 

....... 


i 

"'i'" 
l 
l 

'"§'" 


i 

1 2 

1 

S 2 

1 

2 1 

1 


1 
1 
4 
8 

....... 


....... 

7 
1 

8 
4 
7 
3 
3 
8 
1 


18 


7- e 

1043 

18-15 


7 
38 

8 
M 
38 


18-18 


1 

18 


8G 


1M1 

uu \zzzzzz:."::.'. 

28^o ::::::::::::;:::;::::::::::: 

81-83 

B4-88 

87 and 0»er 


89 
48 

SB 
42 
18 
23 
78 


Total No. Teachem 


IS 


82 


14 


in 


28 


85 1 10 1 


84 


48 | 28 1 31 


SB 


3 | 7 


7 


VI 


5 1 S 


;i7 


477 


Mrill.lll IMMI 


3T 


ia.8| 14.5 


4.3 


32 


23.81 4.TI 20.0 


2U.0I 30 


20.3 


8r.il *> 


23 


U..1 


10.11 0.31 18.4 


22.1 


Mrdlsn 1931-33 


87 


0.8| IB.S 




7.6 


21.4| 4.11 22,51 22.01 14.01 33.81 1B..1 


15.21 SSJSI 34.ni 7. SI 10.5 


B.5| 4.11 18.81 18.7 



trader Commercial Subjects all credits earned In that field hate been counted eren If only one subject In that field la being taught. 
Tbe column under "Civics" Includes political sclenc* as well aa civics. Credit In political science only has been used for this column. 
General Science Includes biology, physics, chemistry, botany, loology. 
Journalism and public speaking will fall under "English" column. , 



76 DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

Specific Training for Subjects Taught by Florida Senior 
High School Teachers 

This is another attempt to determine, through com- 
parison with data for 1931-32, to show what is the trend 
of certain factors affecting instruction in Florida high 
schools. The data were taken as in 1932 (see page 79 
of the State Superintendent's Biennial Report for 1932) 
from college transcripts of Florida high school teachers. 
Not all teachers are included, but every effort was made 
to get a fair random sampling. The medians for all sub- 
jects are, of course, not absolutely accurate as too few 
teachers were included in sampling; yet it will be noted 
that certain subject teachers are highly specialized in 
both 1931-32 and 1935-36, and certain others have little 
specific training in the subjects taught. 

Table V is self -explanatory. The tabulation for 1931-32 
is not given in this report, but the medians are given 
so that comparisons may be easily made. It will be 
noted that the median number of semester hours for the 
total group that teachers had had in the subjects taught 
increased, in the five year period from 1931-32 to 1935-36, 
from 16.7 to 22.1. Most of the subject fields show some 
increase in the number of semester hours that the teach- 
ers have had in 1935-36 over that in 1931-32, though a 
few show a slight decrease. 

While scholarship in the field taught is desirable, there 
is danger that teachers will be too narrowly trained. 
Every teacher, for example, should have the ability to 
speak correct English and should be cognizant with the 
social, economic and political problems of his community, 
state, and country, and know something of the historic 
bases of these problems. Many of our teachers lack this 
basic training. Their specilization began too early. There 
should be a broad cultural background, plus specializa- 
tion, if our schools are to have the best type of teacher. 



STATE SUPERINTENDENT'S REPORT 77 

The movement toward the General College should help, 
especially if standards can be raised in the direction of 
college graduation for all teachers. 

TABLE VI 

PER CENT OF STUDENTS ENROLLED IN THE SEVERAL 

HIGH SCHOOL FIELDS OF STUDY FOR THE 

SCHOOL TEARS 1925-26 AND 1935-36 



FIELD OF STUDY 



Per Cent of Pupils 

Enrolled In Several 

Subject Fields 



1925-21: l!*3S-36 



Increase c 
Decrease 

iii in <ni j il 
by 



Agriculture, Vocational 
Art and Drawing 
Commerce __ 



Home Economies 

English 

French 

aurmaa 

Latin 



Spanish ___ 
Manual Arts 
Mathematics 
Music 



Physical and Health Ednc. 

Psychology 

Science — 

Social Studios - -. 



1.12 
19.27 
16.1 
101.20 

6.73 

.04 

33.58 

15.32 

3.52 
79.14 

9.71 
.26 

4.23 
51.10 
78,46 



3.21 

2.07 

47.21 

18.54 

105.59 

4.90 

.00 

19.88 

17.00 

6.03 

66.20 

7.24 

1.91 

1.78 

52.17 

71.86 



+ .35 
-f- .95 
+27.94 
+ 2.44 
+ 4.39 

— \M 

— m 

—13.70 
+ 1.68 
+ 2.51 
— 12.B7 

— 2.47 
+ 1.65 

— 2.45 
+ 1.07 

— 6.60 



Trends in Subject Enrollments and Subject Offerings in 
Florida Senior High Schools 

Table VI is an effort to show the trends over a ten- 
year interval in Florida senior high school grades in 
subject fields pursued by pupils in these schools. In 
order to make these figures comparable only those sub- 
jects offered in grades 9-12 were included. The ninth 
grade in junior high schools was not included. The per 
cent enrolled in any subject field for a given year was 
determined by dividing the total number of pupils in 
grades 9-12 in Florida senior high schools enrolled in 
a given subject field by the total enrollment in grades 
9-12 of those schools. 



78 DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

The table may be read as follows : 

In 1925-26, the enrollments in vocational agriculture 
were 2.86% of the total number of pupils enrolled in 
grades 9-12 of Florida senior high schools; in 1935-36, 
this same per cent was 3.21 ; there was a slight gain in- 
dicated by the +.35 difference in the per cents for 1925- 
26 and 1935-36. 

It will be noted that nine of the sixteen subject groups 
represented showed an increase in relative enrollment, 
and seven showed a decrease. There was no very sig- 
nificant trend in agriculture, art, home economics, French, 
German, Spanish, manual arts, music, physical and health 
education, and science. 

The most significant trend is the relative increase in 
commerce enrollments. For some reason there has been 
a marked increase in the demand for commercial sub- 
jects. This is probably due to several causes: (1) The 
hope of getting something more "practical" that will 
help one to earn a livelihood ; (2) a search for something 
easier for the student of mediocre ability ; (3) pressure 
from salesmen of typewriters, textbooks, and other ma- 
terials used in commercial departments. The first of these 
suggested reasons comes from parents, pupils and school 
administrators themselves. There are, of course, general 
educational values in the commercial courses, but few 
teachers of these courses or principals of schools are 
employing commercial courses with the idea of realizing 
general educational objectives. The vocational objec- 
tive predominates in spite of evidence to the effect that 
vocational schools, private commercial schools, and col- 
leges are training many more people in the commercial 
field than there are available openings for them in the 
commercial world. 

There has been a decided decrease in the relative en- 
rollments in foreign languages as a whole. German has 



STATE SUPERINTENDENT'S REPORT 79 

disappeared. French has shown some decline; Latin a 
decided decline; while Spanish has shown a slight 
increase. 

Mathematics showed the most marked decline of any 
of the subject fields. Although there was a decline in 
solid geometry and trigonometry ^ the largest decline came 
in algebra and plane geometry. Unfortunately, we are 
unable to tell from the data whether the relative decline 
was in first or second year algebra due to the fact that 
many of the 1925-26 reports did not make this distinc- 
tion. The decline in social studies is probably explained 
by the fact that many of our high schools in 1925-26 
required three to four units of history. 

The enrollments of over 100% in English are account- 
ed for by the fact that all students are required to take 
four units of English and a number of them also enroll 
in such subjects as dramatics, journalism, and public 
speaking. 

TRENDS IN SUBJECT ENROLLMENTS 

Table VI gave the trends in the subject groups or fields 
for the ten year period from 1925-26 to 1935-36. Table 
VII gives in much greater detail the subject enrollments 
and the per cent that these subject enrollments are of 
the total number of pupils enrolled for the same two 
school years. The per cents were secured by dividing 
the total enrollments in any given subject for the given 
year by the total number of pupils enrolled in grades 
9-12 in the senior high schools for that year. These per 
cents give the relative increase or decrease. In some 
instances, there was an actual increase in enrollments 
but a decrease in the percentage of enrollment. Latin I r 
II, HI, and IV are examples of this. 

Some subjects are broken down by years, as English 
1, II, III, and IV ; others are not because it was not pos- 



80 DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

sible to determine from some of the reports whether 
the enrollments were in the first, or some other year. 

The trends in mathematics, foreign languages, and 
commercial subjects are especially significant. All the 
mathematics courses show a relative decrease in enroll- 
ments save general mathematics, arithmetic, and pre- 
college mathematics, all of which are new in the cur- 
riculum. Only one school reported the pre-college 
mathematics. Only one foreign language, Spanish, show- 
ed a relative increase. Commerce showed a large relative 
increase and more than doubled the number of branches 
offered in this field. 

The social studies show interesting trends. The actual 
enrollments in ancient history and modern history have 
declined, while world history is decidedly increasing. 
This shows a trend away from the two-year course in 
world history to a one-year course, English history is 
definitely on the way out. Problems of American Dem- 
ocracy is on the increase and in all probability would 
have increased much more rapidly, but for the ruling 
of the State Board of Education in July, 1933, that State 
funds could not be used to pay teachers of this subject. 
Zt is recommended that this ban be removed, since there 
appears to be no sound basis for such a ruling. 



STATE SUPERINTENDENTS REPORT 



81 



TABLE VII 



Subjects Offered 




m 

i m2.va.ii ma a :-titniian-2ftnwMS-Bit, 



sS 






Agriculture 

Art and Drawing 

Commercial Subjects 

Advertising , 

Bookkeeping 

Commercial Aril tunc tic 

Commercial English 

Commercial Law 

Financial Organization .... 

General Business Training 

Industrial Geography 

Machine Calculating 

Office Practice 

Salesmanship „ 

Secretarial Studies 

Shorthand 

Typewriting 
Home Economics 

UltlgUHgPM 

English I 

English II 

English III 

English IV 

Dramatics 

English Composition .... 

Journalism 

Oral English 

Practical English 

Public Speaking 

French I 

French II 

French III 

French IV '. 

German 

Latin 1 

Latin II 

Latin III 

Latin IV 

Spanish I 

Rpnnlsh II 

Spanish III 

Manual Arts 

Architectural Drawing .... 

Boat Building 

Rook Binding 

Commercial Art 

Electricity 

General Shop 

Manual Arts 

Mechanical Drawing 

Metal Work 

Printing 

Radio 

Sheet Metal 

Stagecraft 

Mathematics 

Alirehrn 




23 4 



.-,,U3r, 

4,773 

3.521 

20 



10 



82 
847 

.".■10 
12 



9 
MM 

2.658 

606 

381 

1.S02 

1.040 

i no 



603 
130 



I 11.432 



12.1631 

14,875 

11,673 

9,511 

214 

72 

390 

as 

20 

869 

1,142 

1,127 

4R 
S 



4.51 li 

4,291 

347 

243 

4.400 

3.5101 

1261 



23.78! 

:si.S4 

23.04 

16.99 
.08 



I 



K'H 
26 
21 
20 
25 

172 
1.5741 

7151 
19 
96 
66 
13 
18 



.07 



.39 

4.08 

2.60 

.0.1 

...04 

1 .-..07 
12,81 
2.92 
1.88 
B. 1 3 
5.02 
.42 



2.91 
.621 



1,52U 


2.86 


8.21 


980 


1.12 


2.07 


13 




.02 


3.909 


4.6 


bjI 


3,371 


3.21 


7.13 


761 


.32 


1.61 


992 


.11 


2.1 


31 




.06 


374 




.79 


1,087 


.08 


2.3 


27 




.05 


49 




.1 


1 32 




.27 


36 




.08 


4,000 


4.50 


s.n; 


7.490 


7,01 


15.S6 


8,761 


16.1 


18.54 



2.1.70 1 

31.5 I 

24.721 

20.14 

.45 

.15 

.82 

.18 

.04 

1.83 

2.41 

2.38 

.1 

.01 



i 



o.r.rt 

9.08 

.73 

.51 

9.31 

7.43 

.26 

oof 
!05 
.04 
.04 

.or. 

.36 
3.33 
1.51 

.04 

.2 
IS 

.08 

.03 



20.030! ,V..2RI 44.07 



.38 
.95 



+ 3.78 

+ 3 92 

— 1,20 

+ 10 



+ 2.21 



+ 3.91 
+ 8.*-. 
+ 2.44 

— 3.02 

— .84 
4- 1.68 
+ 8.15 
4- .36 



+ .73 



4- 1.44 

— 1.67 

— ,22 

+ .05 



— 6.41 

— 3.73 

— 2.19 

— 1.87 

+ .18 
+ 2.41 

— .16 



4- .42 
+ .89 



—11.21 



DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC INSTBDCTIOX 



TWBLE VII- (Conttnned) 



Subjects Offered 



1025-26 



1933-36 



9 S it! 

ess 



1825-26 



1 = 

* i. :_ 

gfifl 



Sic 

SET 

s + I 



1935-36 



Arithmetic 

General Mathematics 

Plane Geometry 

Pre-College Mathematics . 

Solid Geometry 

Trigonometry 

Mnalc , 

Physical and Health Edii- 

tlon 

Psychology 

Science 

Biology 

Botany ...,..,.,,.„ 

Chemistry 

General Science 

Physics 

Physical Geography 

Zoology 

Social Studies 

American History and /of 
Civtea 

Ancient History 

ClvicR < Community and 
Vocational) 

Economics 

English History 

Florida History 

Geography 

International Relations ... 

Modern History 

N. £ s. American History 

Problems of Amer. Demo. 

Sociolojrv L . 

World History 

Miscellaneous 



59 

"4,203 

6BS 

619 
2.013 

54 

877 

2,8211 

726 

1,581 

3,483 

1,313 

92 

608 



I 



3.506 
4,984 

1,556 
454 
945 



3,671 

""isi 

489 
523 



21 

228 
8,004 

191 
1,009 

879 
3,419 

910 
845 

9,115 

274 

3,604 

8,717 

2,213 

432 

288 



Sa 



10,330 
4,547 

5,225 

3, 41)11 

415 

10 

12 

97 

3,288 

81 

848 

1.330 

6,381 

147 



20.28 



3.3 

2.98 
8.71 

.28 
4.23 

13.61 
3.50 
7.48 

16.81 

6.33 

.44 

2.93 



16.82 

2-1. u." 

7.50 
2.19 
4.56 



17.72 



.63 
2,36 
2.52 



.04 
.48 

16.95 

.4 

2.18 

1.86 

7.24 

1.91 
1.78 

19.30 

.581 

7.63 

18.46 

4.68 

.91 

.61 



— .24 



21.73 
9.63 

11.05 

2.98 
.87 
.02 
.02 
.2 

6.96 
.17 

1.78 

2,81 

13.51 

.31 



— 3.33 



— 1.17 

— 1.12 

— 2.47 

+ 1.6T. 

— 2.45 

+ 5.69 

— 2.62 

+ 35 

— 1.85 

— 1.65 
+ .47 

— 2.32 



+ 4.84 
— 14.42 

+ 3.55 

— .78 

— 3.69 



-Ut.Tii 



+ 1.18 
+ .45 
+10.99 



THE PROBLEM OF SMALL CLASSES 
In July of 1933 the State Board of Education, pur- 
suant to powers given them by the school law of that 
year passed a regulation to the effect that teachers of 
high school classes below a certain minimum in schools 
with given enrollments could not be paid from state 
funds. Although no machinery was set up by the Board 
for the enforcement of this regulation, it did have a 
rather wholesome effect in calling to the attention of 
school administrators the high per-pupil cost of small 
classes. 



STATE SUPERINTENDENT'S REPORT 83 

It has been difficult, however, t^o altogether avoid 
classes too small to justify under the principle: "It is 
not right or democratic to spend the money of all the 
people on the education of the children of a few of the 
people". One of the problems faced by the administra- 
tive authorities, especially in the small high school, is, 
what to do in case of pupils who are preparing to enter, 
let us say, an engineering college, and wish to take 
trigonometry. There will quite often be only one or 
two in such a ease who will register for this course. 
The same is true of third and fourth year Latin classes, 
or sometimes physics, or the second year of a modern 
foreign language. 

One suggested solution is supervised correspondence 
work through the Extension Division of the University 
of Florida. This would probably be a happy solution, 
since the school would not be put to the expense of pro- 
viding a teacher. It would be responsible 'only for 
providing a place for study and for conducting the ex- 
aminations set by the Extension Division. 

In order to get some idea of how serious the small 
class problem is, a tabulation was made from the daily 
schedules of classes given in the principals' applications 
to the State Department of Public Instruction for ac- 
creditment of their schools in 1934-35. This tabulation 
is presented as Table Vni. 

This table is a little complicated and will need in- 
terpretation. The first column at the left gives intervals 
of enrollment of high schools for which the minimum 
class size (given in the second column from the left) 
was set by the State Board of Education Regulation of 
July, 1933. The columns headed from 1 — 17 give the 
number of classes of any given enrollment, in schools 
within any enrollment interval {as 25-49) that fall below 
the minimum set by the State Board for schools falling 



S4 DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

within any given enrollment intervals. The "Total" 
column at the right gives the number of classes for schools 
of given enrollment intervals that fall below the minimum 
set by State Board regulation. The "Total Number 
Classes" row at the bottom gives the total number of 
classes below minimum of each given class size from 1 
to 17. The "Total Number Pupils Involved" row gives 
the total number of pupils enrolled in all high schools 
in classes, below the minimum set by the State Board of 
Education. There was a grand total of 2100 of these. 

These figures would indicate that there is a fertile field 
for supervised correspondence work in Florida high 
schools. This is especially true when the probability is 
taken into consideration that there would have been many 
more such small classes, but for the aforementioned regu- 
lation of the State Board of Education. This is more 
than a probability for the writer knows of a number of 
schools which did not accede to the demand for certain 
subjects where few students registered for such subjects. 



TABLE VIII 
HBTRIBL'TION OF SMALL CLASHES IN FLORIDA RENIOH 



ENROLLMENT 


h 

its 


CLASS ENROLLMENT ISKI.OW MINIMI M ALLOW El' 


M 


(1KADEB 912 


I 


' 


a 


- 


' 


• | f 


.!• 


10 


11 


12 


IS 


14 


1*1 


ie 


17 


31 


25-40 


.' 


; 


. 


i 


, 




! ' 




10 


80-74 


. 




2 


. 


, 


, 


1 1 1 1 I ; 1 




J." !III 


7 




1 


, 




4 


J 


! I 








1 




1. 


100 149 


8 


i 




, 




1 


4 


1 






in 


IB0 19B 


1(1 


1 




1 


1 


Si 7 


i) 


10 




1 1 1 


1 




31 


200-240 


12 






1 . 




11 2 


; 


»l 1. 


1 i ! 
21 


1 
1 




10 


2RO-200 


w 


1 


1 














1 


1 




\ 




8 


.WO-MB 


m 




'2 




, 


. 


3 


2 


a 


8 


8 


*> 





4 


1 




40 


*oo-400 


10 












i 


1 




a 


I 


S ! 


2 


1 
21 




12 


-oobiw 


IT 






i 


2 




i 


2l 2 


2 


2 


J 


.-, 




2.1 


1000 mid Otof 


IN 








1 


a 


21 4 


1 


i 


8 


1 

01 3 


11 


a 


101 


2 


ft 


,M 


TM?1 Nn. Smnlt 




4 





8 


14 


18 


! 

10! 10 


INI 20 


IT 


1 
10 11 


2ft 


It 


1 
101 


7 


SI 230 


Toul N». I"ii[»ll« lorn] 


vim) 


1 4 


18 


1 24 


1 
EMI est 114' 133 


1 
I4-! IM| 1TO 


1 
200! 132 


20ft 


1S4 


24ft ( 


112 


85 2100 



■f. 

I 



■J, 

% 

H 

SO 

r— ■ 

a 
•/. 

X 



3 



s 



86 DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

The Educational Qualifications of Teachers in the White 
Elementary Schools of Florida 

Tables IX and X give the training in terms of educa- 
tion or schooling of teachers in the white elementary 
schools of Morida for the school years 1930-31 and 1935- 
36. It was possible to secure data for no longer interval 
since the necessary information was not isecured for 
elementary teachers prior to 1930-31. Even this short 
interval, however, indicates decided improvement. The 
data were secured from the application blanks employed 
by elementary schools in applying to the State Depart- 
ment of Public Instruction for accredited standing. At- 
tention is called to the fact, therefore, that there are 
some 2,000 teachers in Florida elementary schools not 
included in these tabulations and that teachers in schools 
not asking for accredited standing in all probability do 
not have as much schooling as the teachers in Bchools 
applying. 

The tables are self-explanatory. Attention is called 
to the fact that there has been a decrease in the per- 
centage of teachers in the lower brackets and an increase 
in the percentage in the upper brackets. Other interest- 
ing trends may be gleaned from these tables. On the 
whole, teachers are better educated in the larger schools 
but not as much so as would be expected in view of the 
differences discovered between the education of teachers 
in large and small high schools. 

By summing up the per cents below two years' college 
training, it will be seen that in 1930-31, 37.6% of these 
teachers had less than two years of college; while in 
1935-36, 22.99 per cent had less than two years of col- 
lege — a decrease in this lower group of 14.68%. On 
the other hand, the per cent with two or more years' 
college increase from 62.33 % to 77.01%— an increase 
of 14.68% of the total in this group. In 1930-31, only 



STATE SUl'EBINTEXDENT'S REPORT 



8T 



TABLE IX 

TRAINING OP TEACHERS OF WHITE ELEMENTARY SCHOOLS 

1930-1B31 



Number of Years of Educational 
Train lag 


& ■ 

rag i = u 

O— JStJfi 


L, — 

£*§] 

Oo"- 


X 
L , Ld 

Co ej a 

*t* CO m *. 


> 
BS'S 


< 

i 


S=«£g 


l*ss than tiny High School 


1.57 


1 Year of High School 71 2 


7| 41 20 


.64 


2 Years of High Sebool Ill 10 


141 3| 88 



3 Years of High School 


271 


8 


17j 


31 


r.r> 


l -<; 


4 Years of High School and Less 
than 1 Year College 


2TC 


134 


no: 


sal 


538 


17.80 



1 Year of I'oll^pt" 1 and lefts than 2 


2741 


88 1 


771 


181 


4r.7l 


14.82 


2 Years of Collage and less than 3 


730] 


206| 


1821 


21| 


1.111*1 

3231 


88.80 


3 Years of College and less than 4 


222| 


54| 


42! 


si 


10.34 


4 Years of College 


217| 


8S| 


711 


71 


3801 


12.10 


More Lhan 4 Years of College 


881 


111 


231 


4 1 


1201 


i.n.-i 


TOTAL 


1,869! 


604 1 


ESS 


1MI 


8*1281 


luii. no 



•Principal not counted If he did no teaching in the elementary grades. 

i This Is not true picture because there may be some repetition of college work which Is recorded 
on reports as « or mat school training and college training.) 



TABLE X 

TRAINING OF TEACHERS OF WHITE ELEMENTARY SCHOOLS 

1935-1936 



Number of Y'ears of Educational 
Training 


V i 

3=S|£ 


" u a. £■ 

DO'S Ph 


■ 
i— ^ 

6*Sf 

Co go 


> 

c«E 

c °"S 
K - s 


H 
O 


E it 

i e 

*■ - * 

ifiS=*" 

£,ECco 


lA*tw than anv Hteh School 


SI 


81 6! 241 .55 


1 Year of High School .. 


21 1 


1| 4= .08 




5| 7 


111 4| 271 .02 


:i Years of High School 


7| 4| 


4 Years of High School and Less 
than 1 Year College 


148! 112 


1181 21 1 8*9 9,16 


1 Year of College and less than 2 


2B5| 135| 125 i 20| 12.02 


2 Years of College and less than 3 


0«"> 375! 2401 M 1.643 81 88 


8 Years of College and less than 4 . 


HBWI 1281 108! 101 889] 14.00 


4 Years of College 


540[ 158| 831 131 fi04> 18.45 


More than 4 Years of College 


I52| 521 61! 6 271! 0.22 


TOTAL 


2,477| 9771 7701 1251 4.3581 100.00 



•Principal not counted If he did no teaching In the elementary grades. 



DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

16.19% of these teachers had schooling of four years of 
college or better, while in 1935-36, 24.76% of them had 
four years or more of college. In the same period the 
teachers admitting of less than a high school education 
decreased from 5.19% to 1.81%. 

While these figures indicate an appreciable rise in the 
educational status of Florida elementary school teachers, 
they are still far short of a minimum ideal of at least two 
years of college work. The universal adoption of a single 
salary schedule that would guarantee an elementary 
school teacher the same pay as a high school teacher for 
the same amount of training and experience would do 
much to improve the qualifications of teachers in ele- 
mentary schools. Such a schedule is strongly recommend- 
ed by the writer. It should be pointed out that a number 
of Florida counties now have single salary schedules in 
operation. This, in all probability, accounts to some 
extent for the increased amount of training for Florida 
elementary school teachers. 

With 77% of the teachers in these schools having 
two years or more of college training, it would seem 
that there would be enough available teachers with col- 
lege training to warrant the enactment of legislation 
enabling the State Department of Public Instruction to 
stop the issuance of any type of teacher's certificate that 
does not have an educational prerequisite. At present 
First, Second and Third Grade certificates have no edu- 
cational prerequisite. The same is true of Professional 
certificates. 



STATE SUI'EKIXTEXDKNT-S KKI'OKT 80 



RECOMMENDATIONS 

1. In view of the high percentage of trained teachers 
in our public schools, as indicated in this report, 
(Tables II, IX and X), and in other studies of avail- 
able certificated teachers, it is recommended that 
legislation be enacted to stop the issuance of any 
type of certificate that does not require an educa- 
tional background of at least high school graduation. 
In the opinion of the writer, the issuing of Third 
Grade, Second Grade, Primary, and Professional cer- 
tificates should be discontinued at the 1937 term of 
the Legislature, and no one should be permitted to 
enter the examination for a First Grade certificate 
who has not graduated from a senior high school, or 
iu lieu thereof, has satisfied college entrance require- 
ments and completed 30 semester hours ' college work. 

2. A certificate for senior high school principals, based 
on a minimum of four years' college training with 
specific professional training requirements would seem 

desirable. 

3. The whole question of certificate requirements for 
teaching high school subjects should be carefully 
studied, as there are still points of difficulty. This 
applies especially to the subjects of the junior high 
field — geography causing the most difficulty at 
present. 

4. It is recommended that the State Board of Education 
rescind its regulation of 1933 to the effect that teach- 
ers of art, physical and health education, problems 
of American democracy, and certain courses in French 
and Spanish cannot be paid from state funds. 

5. It is recommended that some plan for supervised 
correspondence work for Mgb sebool students be set 
up through the Extension Division of the University 

of Florida. 



ACCREDITED HIGH SCHOOLS 

FOR THE YEAR 1934-35 
Exp I ■ nation. — There are Ave types of Standard Hleh Schools under the present system of classification: 
(1) Four- Year Senior (4-Yr. Sr.), grades 9-12 ; (2) Three- Year Senior (3-Yr. Sr.), grades 10-12; (3) Six- 
Year Junior-Senior (8-Yr. Jr.-Sr.). grades 7-12; (i> Three-Year A or B-Junior (3-Yr. A-Jr.). or <3-Yr. 
B-Jr,), grades 7-9; (5) Four- Year B-Junior (4-Yr. B-Jr,), grades 7-10. Those Junior High Schools main- 
tained in communities where there Is no Senior High School are designated as Three- Year B Junior High 
Schools or Four-Year B- Junior High Schools, as the case may be. Those Junior High Schools maintained In 
communities where there are one or more Senior High Schools are designated as Three- Year A- Junior High 
Schools. 

WHITE PUBLIC SCHOOLS 



COirNTT 


NAME) OP SCHOOL 


POST OFFICE 


CLASSIFICATION 


PRINCIPAL 


B 

B 

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111 


1 


Totmt for State 


258 SCHOOLS 








3. 004 


73.B26 




Gainesville 


Alachua ....... 


8-Yr, Jr.-Sr. _— ._ 

E-Yr. Jr.-Sr. _. _ 

8-Yr Jr.-Sr. 


M. O, WortMnston •_* — — 
T B. Wetherlngton ..- 


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Gainesville _ _____ 

High Springs _ ._,. 


48 




F. W. BuchhoTi —. 


S79 




S-Yr; Jr.-Sr. 

6-Yr. Jr.-Sr. 

S-Yr. B-Jr. 


J. Harry P. Thomas 

A. M. Slngletary 

L W. Moon 

J. L. BUderbeck 

J. Hooper Wis* 


1.1 




High Springs 

Lacroaae -. 


178 




Newberry „-_.—— __ 

Gainesville ... 

Waldo 

Sanderson 

Panama City ... 


8E 




B-Yr Jr.-Sr. 


105 




P. K. Yonge Labora- 
tory School „ 

Waldo 

Macclenny 

Sanderson 

Bay County - 


6-Yr, Jr.-Sr 

1-Yr. B-Jr. 

S-Yr. Jr.-Br. 

8-Yr. Jr.-Sr _. 

4-Yr. Sr. 


238 


BaJcsr , „„ , . , , . , , , . , 
Bay ._ ._..._ _,.___._... 


J. A. Hodges 

L. L. Dugger ................ 

Thou. W. Sweat 

ton S. Walker 


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Calhoun 



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Citrus 

Clay 

Collier 

Columbia 



Bradford County 
Brooker , 

Lawtey _ — 



DeSoto ... 
Dliie . — 
Duval .... 



Eau Galll- 

Melbourne „_._._ 

TItuevllle _, 

Danla _..... 

Fort Lauderdale ... 

Hollywood 

Pompano 

Altha 

Ftlnk - 

Calhoun County ., 
Charlotte County 

Crystal River „ 

Citrus County 

Clay County 

Everglades 

Naples 

Columbia County 

Fort White 

Mason _— - 

Ada Merrltt 

Andrew Jackson .. 

Citrus Grove 

Hlaleoh 

Homestead 

bin M. Fisher 

Little River ._ 

Mlii ml Edison 

Miami Ben lor 

Ponce de Leon 

Redlnnd ...... 

Robert E. Lee 

Shenandoah .... 

William Jennings 

Bryan _~ — . . 

DeSoto County -.Arcadia _ 



Starke _.....,_„_„.„._....... 

Brooke r 

Lawtey , 

Cocoa ___. 

Eau GaJlte __, 

Melbourne .... 

Tltusville 

Danla __ 

Fort Lauderdale .... 

Hollywood , _._.-, 

Pompano „,,,. tJ , ,, ......... 

AJtba 

Frink 

Blounstown _ 

Punta Gorda 

Crystal River ______ 

Inverness 

Green Cove Springs . 

Everglade* 

Maples -~._.... , 

Lake City , , 

Fort White 

Lake City, R. R. „..., 

Miami 

Miami _ 

Miami , 

Hialeah .,_„„„,, 

HomeHtand 

Miami Beach _.« 

Miami ........... 

Miami 

Miami 

Coral Gables ., , 

Homestead, R. F. D.. 

Miami 

Miami _._.., 

North Miami 



Dixie County* 

Andrew Jackson 
Raid win 



.. Croes City 

Jacksonville __ 

Baldwin ,_ 



B-Yr, 
S-Yr, 
S-Yr. 
8-Yr. 
8-Yr. 
B-Tr. 
8-Yr. 
8-Yr 
6-Yr. 
S-Yr. 
B-Yr, 
6-Yr, 

I Vr 

8-Yr 
B-Yr. 
4-Yr. 
4-Yr. 
4-Yr, 
B-Yr, 
8-Yr. 
B-Yr. 
4-Yr. 
4-Yr. 
S-Yr 
S-Yr, 
S-Yr. 
8-Tr. 
8-Yr. 
s-Yr. 
S-Yr. 

fi-Vr 
S-Yr. 
B-Yr, 
fi-Yr 
S-Yr. 
S-Yr. 

3-Yr, 
B-Yr, 
8-Yr. 
S-Yr, 
B-Yr. 



Jr.-Sr, 

B-Jr. .. 

B-Jr. .. 

Jr.-8r. 

Jr.-Sr. 

Jr,-8r. 

Jr,-Br. 

Jr.-Sr. 

Jr.-Sr. 

B-Jr. .. 

Jr.-Sr. 

Jr.-Sr, 

Jr.-Sr. 

Jr.-Sr. 

Jr.-Sr, 

Br. 

Sr. 

Br. 

Jr.-Sr. 
Jr.-Sr. 
Jr.-Sr. 

Sr 

Br 

A-Jr. .. 
A-Jr. .. 
A-Jr, . 
A-Jr. . 
Jr.-Rr. 
Jr.-Sr. 
A-Jr. . 
Jr.-Sr. 

Sr. 

Jr.-Sr. 
Jr.-Sr. 
A-Jr. . 
A-Jr. 

A-Jr. . 

Jr.-Sr. 
Jr.-Sr. 
Br. 

.lr Sr 



l*on A. Gray ...... 

H, B. Wiggins 

W, L. Beacom 

K. B. Henderson 

W, T. Edwards 

l*wls F. Brckert .... 

W. 8. YatM 

E A. Crudup 

R, L. Gouldlng _ 



a. B. Everett 

Orion A. Mann 

J, P. McCail 

George Atkins 

James T, Ho! In day 

Tennings Rehwlnkel _ 

J. A. Stlmson 

C. M. Williams 

C. B. Bowles _.. 

Ernest Bridges .-._,__ 

J. C. Mitchell 

J. F. Eastham .... 

D. F. Bums 

O, V. Witt - 

A, T, Isaac 

A. C. Almshouse 

Mlaa Clarlbel Cason 

B. M. Hindmnn 

T.. B. Sommers ....„ .. 

Inmes T. Wilson _ 

W. W, Mnthews 

J, G. Fisher __ 

W, R. Thomas 

11, H. Rath 

furl Warner .. 

Mm. Mattls M. Jones . 
Miss Alice MncVlcar .. 

F. Edgar Dane 

R. R. Dugan _____ 

C. J. Bowman .-,._____ 
Thomas C. Prince — 
C B, Saunders 



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PORT OFFICE 



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O lades 

Dull 

Hamilton 



Hardee 
Hendry 

Hernando ....... 



John Gorrle , 

Klrby-Smlth 

IjHndon , 

Robert E. Lse 

Century 

Era eat Ward - 

Moll no Consolidated . 

Pen an cola . 

Tate Agricultural 

Bunnell 

Carrabetle 

Chapman „ ....... 

Chattahoochee 

'Gadsden County 

Oreenaboro 

Havana 

Mt. Pleasant 

Bell 

Trenton ™ . 

Moore Haven 

Port St. Joe 

Wewahttehka .™~.__ 

Jasper — 

White Springs 

Jennings _.__._ 

Hardee County • ..... 

ClcwlBton 

LuBelle - 

Hernando County — 



Jacksonville 

Jacksonville 

Jacksonville 

Jacksonville 

Century 

Walnut Hill 

Mollno ......,.„„.„ 

Pensacola 

Gonzalez 

Bunnell »«— 

Carrnbelle ~ 

Apalachicola .... 
River Junction 

Quliicy 

Greensboro 

Havana 

Mt. Pleasant ._. 

Bell , 

Trenton 

Moore Haven ,. 
Port Bt. Joe ...... 

Wewahltchka .. 

Jasper 

White Springs .. 

Jennings 

Wauehula 

CI e wis ton .,.._» 

LaBelle 

Hrooksvllli' 



3-y r . 
!-Yr. 

8-Yr. 
3-Yr. 
6-Yr. 
8-Yr. 
4-Yr. 
4-Yr. 
8-Yr. 
4-Yr. 
8-Yr. 
8-Yr. 
4-Yr, 
8-Yr. 
8-Yr. 
8-Yr. 
8-Yr. 
8-Yr. 
8-Yr. 
8-Yr. 
8-Yr. 
8-Yr 

8-Yr. 

4-Yr. 
4-Yr. 
4-Yr. 

8-Yr. 
8-Yr 
4-Yr. 



A-Jr. 
A-Jr, 
Jr.-Sr. 

Br 

Jr.-8r. 
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B-Jr. .. 

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Jr.-Sr. 

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Jr.-Kr 
Jr.-Sr. 
Jr.-Sr. 
Jr.-Sr. 

fir 

B-J>. .. 
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Jr.-Sr. 
Jr.-Sr. 
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John S. Wheatly 
Ueorgc F. Slason . 
Wm. H. Tnrney . 

J. W, Gilbert ~ 

Thurston B, Shell 

I. Lewis Hurt 

W. J. Hughes 

J. H, Workman ... 

0. A. Strange 

P. E. Peters 

A, EI, Shearer 

W. H. Marshall ... 

1. E. Williams 

J. A. Shanks 

1. H. Mears 

I. O. Boy n ton 

J. Lewis Hall 

H. F. Mitchell „.„ 

P. L. Peaden 

J. F. Houck ..- 

C. L. Joyce 

H. A. Whltton ..... 

S. B. Dnwllnc 

J. A. Stephens _. 

W. W, Watts - 

T. K. Chapman ..... 

Heo. B. Stanly 

Carl E. Royer 

Kenneth B. Halt . 



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115 

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Highlands 

Hillsborough 



Holmes 



Indian River 
Jackson .... 



Jefferson 

Lafayette 
Lake 



Avon Park 

Lake Placid _ 

Sebrlngi - 

Ballast Point 

Benjamin Franklin ... 

Brandon 

George Washington.. 

Henry B. Plant 

Hillsborough 

Lutz 

Mary L. Tom II n 

Plant City 

Springhead 

Turkey Creek 

West Shore 

West Tampa 

'Wlmauma, 

Woodrow Wilson 

Bethlehem 

Holmes County 

Leonta _ 

Poplar Springs , 

Ponee Ue Leon „, 

Vero Beach 

Alford 

Campbellton - 

Cottondals _ 

Gracevllle _ 

Grand Ridge 

Greenwood 

Jackson County 

Mngnolia _ 

Malone 

Sneads 

Aucilla ... 

Monttcello 

Wacissa 

Day 

Lafayette County 

Clermont- Ml nneola ... 

Eustls 

Grovetand 



Avon Park .... 
Lake Placid 

Sebrlng 

Tampa 

Tampa 

Brandon 

Tampa 
Tampa 



Tampa — _ 

Luu „r...._ 

Plant City 

Plant City 

Plant City 

Turkey Creek .. 
Port Tampa ...... 

Tampa 

Wlmauma 

Tampa 

Bon If ay ......„.__ 

Bonlfay 

Dadyi .". 

Gracevllle 

Ponce de Leon 

Vero Beach 

Alford 

Cnmpbellton 

Cottondale 

Gracevllle 

Grand Ridge .... 
Greenwood ....... 

Marlnnna 

Marlanna 

Malonei 

Snends 

Aucilla 

Montlcello 

Wacissa 

Day .. 

Mayo 

Clermont 

Eustli 

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A-Jr. 

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B-Jr. 
A-Jr. 
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Jr.-Sr. 

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Jr. -Br. 
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R. T. Falrey 

M. Mitchell Ferguson .. 

Samuel Long 

T. R. Robinson 

R. Underwood 

B, P. McLane 

C. Phil Peters 

E. B. Jeter 

Vivian Gaitber 

p. O. Barnes 

Miss Mary L, Tomlln .. 
W. H. Cassels 

D. R. Allgood 

W. Homer Potter 

Mrs. Edna Hennesaee 

Plunk C. Crowe 

V. B. Riley „„ 

Miss Pauline Bush 

C L. Galloway _ 

'iaas Masters „,. 

E, M. Stun fill 

L. Andrews 

C. P. Schiller 

Miss Clotltde B. Smith 

T. P. Cone 

J. r>. Milton 

Otis L, Peacock „.„..,„ 

D. R. Alien _ 

A. R, Morrow 

R. E. Allison 

E. T. Denmark „,.., 

A. J. Stephens, Jr. 

H, D. Hauler 

S. E. Hand 

C. T. TMvies 

W. J. Bullock 

R, A, Snsrka 

M. L. Smith 

A. H. Wentworth 

A. D. Fteshman 

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POST OFFICE 


CLASSIFICATION 


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6-Yr, Jr.-Sr, ^„.™ 
6-Yr, Jr.-Sr. ___.— 
6-Yr. Jr.-Sr. _ 

6-Yr. Jr.-Sr, .„ 


J. F. Arnold „„,„ 

D. D. Roseborough 

P. F. Colbert 

Ellis Moore ™... 

W. C. Chinn .„ 

R. C. Maddox „. _„ 

B. P. Greene 

3, H. Ellison 

Miss Rachel E. Gregg 

J. C. Hall 

J. D. Klrkiand, Jr. „ 

A. J. G, WellB 

E. E. Hamilton .. 
D. F. Rollins 

M. E. Stanflll 


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Mt. Dora 

Tavares __ 

Alva ■ .._._.„ 

Boca Grande 

Fort Myers Junior .. 
Fort Myers Senior .. 
Florida Hljrti. 
F B C W 


Mt. Dora 


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Umatilla 


115 

110 

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6-Yr Jr.-Sr. 


478 

356 










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6-Yr. Jr.-Sr. 

6-Yr, Jr.-Sr. .... 


756 






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6-Yr. Jr.-Sr „.. 


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Chlefland 

Wllllston 


6-Yr. Jr.-Sr. _... 


185 






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4-Yr. Sr „ .... 


67 




6-Yr. Jr.-Sr „ 

4-Yr B-Jr. 


C. W. Persons 

C. C. Matheny 


148 




Pinetta. 

Bradenton 

Manatee , 


Pinetta 


48 




6-Yr, Jr.-Sr - 

6-Yr. Jr.-Sr ~ 

6-Yr. Jr.-Sr 

S-Yr. B-Jr 

6-Yr. Jr.-Sr 


2T3 




R. M. Black ..„ 

O. J. Detrick _. 

C, A. Rowlett 

A. H. Flowers „„ 

A. L, Brodle 

K. L. Williams 


100 
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118 

70 








3-Yr. B-Jr 


66 






6-Yr. Jr.-Sr 

6-Yr. Jr.-Sr, 


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6-Yr. Jr.-Sr. 


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B W, Spear 


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Orange 



Osceola 

Palm Beach 



Pasco .... 
Pinellas 



Fellowship „.„.„_„„. 

Ocala 

Reddlck 

Summerfield ; 

Weirsdale 

Key West 

Callahan 

Fernandlna 

Hllliard .... 

Baker ~ „__._, 

Crest view „„ 

Holt ..„_ „ „ 

Laurel Hltl 

Nlcsville , 

Okeechobee - 

A popka 

C h erokee 

Lakeview .„.,„...„_„__, 

Memorial ...... ....„ 

Ocoee 

Orlando _. 

Fine Castle 

Union Park 

Winter Park 

Osceola County 

St. Cloud 

Boynton _.. 

Connlston Road 

Delray 

Jupiter .... 

I^ake Worth 

Northhoro „,. 

Pahokee-Canal Point 
Palm Bench Junior 
Palm Beach County 

Riviera 

South Bay 

West Gate 

Gulf 

Ls cooche e 

Pasco County ._ 

Clearwater Junior 



Ocala, RFD 

Ocala. „ 

Keddlck ...... 

Summerfield ..... 

Weirsdale .............. 

Key West 

Callahan ...__. _ 

Fernandlna 

Hllliard 

Baker .. _..„»— 

Creslvlew 

Holt 

Laurel Hll] 

Nlcevllle 

Okeechobee 

Apopka 

Orlando 

Winter Garden 

Orlando 

Ocoee 

Orlando ,_....„ 

Pine Castle „ 

Orlando 

Winter Park _ 

Klsslmmee 

St, Cloud 

Boynton 

West Palm Beach 

Del ray Beach 

Jupiter/ 

Cake Worth 

West Palm Beach 

Pahokee 

Palm Beach 

West Palm Bench 

Riviera 

South Bay 

West Palm Beach 
New Port Rlchey .. 
Lacoochee ................ 

Dade City 

.Clearwater ._..„ 



6-Yr. Jr.-Sr. 
6-Yr, Jr.-Sr. 
8-Yr. Jr.-Sr. 
6-Yr. Jr,-Sr. 
6-Yr. Jr.-Sr. 
6-Yr. Jr.-Sr. 
6-Yr. Jr.-Sr. 

4-Yr. Sr 

i-Yt. Sr. 

6-Yr. Jr.-Sr. 
6-Yr. Jr.-Sr. 
4-Yr, B-Jr. .. 

4-Yr. Sr 

6-Yr. Jr.-Sr. 
6-Yr, Jr.-Sr. 
6-Yr. Jr.-Sr. 
3-Yr. A-Jr. 
•i-Yr, Jr.-Sr. 
8-Yr. A -Jr. 
6-Yr. Jr.-Sr. 
-1-Yr, Sr. ...... 

4-Yr. B-Jr. .. 
4-Yr, B-Jr. .. 
9-Yr, Jr.-Sr. 
6-Yr. Jr.-Sr. 
6-Yr. Jr.-Sr. 
6-Yr. Jr.-Sr. 
3-Yr, B-Jr. 
6-Yr, Jr.-Sr. 
8-Yr. Jr.-Sr. 
i-Yr. Jr.-Sr. 
3-Yr. B-Jr. 
1-Yr. Jr.-Sr, 
S-Yr, B-Jr. 
6-Yr. Jr.-Sr. 
8-Yr, B-Jr, 
3-Yr. B-Jr. 
3-Yr. B-Jr. 
6-Yr. Jr.-Sr. 
3-Yr. B-Jr. 
6-Yr. Jr.-Sr. 
3-Yr. A-Jr. .. 



Broward LovaU „ 

J. Colin English 

Dow G. Beck „ 

P. E, Head ..„ 

H. P. Chambers 

Horace O' Bryant 

Sidney D. Padgett 

R, W. Van Brunt 

tt. E. Eptlng ,...„.. 

A. L. Gillman 

W. J. Stuckey „.... 

M. A, Fortune 

W. I. Lee 

J. Z. Waldlng 

Miss Rachel F. Crosier.,,. 

H. J. Laney 

J. B. Brookhardt 

Mrs. J. S. Kirtoa 

O. R. Davis 

R. G. Pitman _... 

W. R. Boone ..„ 

W. H. Stephens 

JT E, Waggoner 

R, J, Lehman 

D, B. Shaver 

U F. Rutledge .„..._ 

R. F. Williamson 

Mrs. Marie Wilson 

C. H. Lander 

M. M. Greene 

U M. Hamblln 

Mrs. Margaret Bulerdlck., 

R, E. Bishop 

Mrs. Clara Hunter Capron 

Howell L. Watklns _ 

Miss Hasp] Nordln 

E. E. Sheldon 

Miss Ethel A. King 

M, G, Donaldson 

Mark St, Clair 

Paul T. Delavan 

N. M. Faulds 



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62 


10 


586 


7 


180 


15 


1D1 


4 


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H 


674 


I 


182 


5 


78 


3 


63 


1u 


219 


7 


189 


3 


86 


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6 


79 


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187 


19 


679 


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317 


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247 


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■ COUNTY 


NAME OF SCHOOL 


POST OFFICE 


CLASSIFICATION 


PRINCIPAL 


No. Teachers 

Including 

Principal 


a 

a 

5g 

Km 




Clmrwatr-r Senior 

Dunedln 

Largo ....«..» h ».„h..,... mm 




3-Yr. Sr 

3-Yr. A-Jr 

8-Yr B-Jr 


E M McMullen 


19 

11 

6 

10 

12 

33 

81 

17 

12 

7 

IS 

1 

2 

2 

10 

S 

3 

8 

S 

48 

14 

18 

3 

19 

7 

6 

17 

3 

13 


358 




G u If port _ 


J. C. Hall 


304 
100 




Largo , 


fi-Yr. Jr.-Sr. .„ 

3-Yr A-Jr 


R. J. Knight 


252 




3t. Petersburg; 


M. V. Tipton 

A. J. Gelger ... 


* 






3-Yr. 8r , 

3-Yr, A-Jr, — 

fi-Yr Jr.-Sr. 


808 




'St. Petersburg 

South Side „ 

Tarpon Springs 

Bartow 

Brewster 

Davenport .... ._ 


1339 
392 




Auburndate 


336 


Polk 


4-Yr! Sr, _ 

fi-Yr. Jr.-Sr 

6-Yr, Jr.-Sr 

S-Yr. B-Jr. 

3-Yr. B-Jr 

8-Yr. Jr.-Sr 

8-Yr. Jr.-Sr. 

3-Yr. B-Jr 

t-Yr. Br 

S-Yr, B-Jr ™ 

8-Yr Jr.-Sr 


A L. Vergason _. 

M. E. Wooton 

E, F. Eastwood 


188 

521 

98 

27 




Ft. Meade 


Miss Mildred Swearlngen 
T. G. Walker 


47 
250 
191 




Griffin 

Haines City 

Highland City 


Lakeland. RFD 


J. T. Kelley 

T. J. Foppell » 


83 




Hnlnes City „ 

Highland City 

Lake Wales — 


103 
Gl 

1484 




Lake Wales .„ _. 


6-Yr Jr.-Sr 


398 




6-Yr Jr.-Sr 


H. B. Million ...... 

F. A Stack , ~ 

D. S. Westbury ... _.„-.. 


281 




Plerca ._.,_ 




3-Yr. B-Jr 

6-Yr Jr.-Sr 


35 






589 


Putnam 






6-Yr Jr.-Sr. 


1«6 




Melrose 

Putnam County 

Hastings .. 


Paiatka. 


6-Yr. Jr.-Sr. 


112 
501 


St. Johns 


6-Yr Jr.-Sr. . 


E. R. Poppell 


141 




4-Yr. Sr 


325 



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St. Luete .... 
Santa Rosa 



Sarasota 
Seminole 



Sumter ...... 

Suwannee 



Taylor ... 
Union ... 
Volusia . 



Wakulla. 

Washington 



'St, Lucie County 

Allentown 

Jay 

Munson 

Santa Rosa County... 

Sarasota, 

Venice- Nokom Is 

Lyman 

Ovledo 

Seminole County ...., 

'Sumter County 

Webster 

Wlldwood „ 

Stanford ........... ™ 

O'Brien _.. 

Suwannee County .. 

Wellborn _,.. _, 

Taylor County 

Union County 

Benson Springs 

Central — 

Daytona (Mainland), 

DeLand ™ .... 

Holly Hill — 

'New Smyrna 

Oak Hill 

Ormond , 

Plerson .„„-__ — 

Port Orange 

Seabreeze ™, 

Seville 

CrawfordvUle -..„.__- 

Sopchoppy 

Vernon 

Washington County 



Port Pierce .... 

Milton 

Jay 

Munson 

Milton 

Sarasota 

Nokom is _..-.. 

Long-wood 

Ovledo 

Sanford 

Bushnell 

Webster _, 

Wlldwood 

Branford ™. 

O'Brien 

Live Oak 

Wellborn 

Perry - 

Lake Butler 

Benson Springs 

Barbervllle 

Daytona Beach ■ 

DeLand 

Holly Hill 

New Smyrna 

Oak Hill 

Ormond 

Plerson 

Port Orange 

Daytona Beach . 

Seville 

Cmwfordvllle ... 

Sopchoppy 

Vernon 

Chlpley — 



6-Yr. 
6-Yr. 
4-Tr. 
4-Yr. 
4-Yr. 
6-Yr. 
B-Yr, 
4-Yr. 
6-Yr. 
4-Yr. 
6-Yr. 
8-Yr. 
4-Yr. 
B-Yr. 
3-Yr. 
6-Yr. 
4-Yr. 
B-Yr. 
4-Yr. 
4-Yr. 
8-Yr. 
6-Yr. 
6-Yr. 
4-Yr. 
6-Yr. 
1-Yr. 
4-Yr. 
6-Yr, 
*-Yr. 
8-Yr. 
8-Yr. 
8-Yr 
8-Yr. 
8-Yr. 
8-Yr. 



Jr.-Sr. 
Jr.-Sr. 

8r 

Sr. 

Sr 

Jr.-Sr. 
Jr.-Sr. 

Sr. 

Jr.-Sr. 

Sr. 

Jr.-Sr. 
Jr.-Sr. 

Sr 

Jr.-Sr. 
B-Jr. 
Jr.-Sr, 
B-Jr. .. 
Jr.-Sr. 

Sr 

B-Jr. .. 
Jr.-Sr. 
Jr.-Sr. 
Jr.-Sr. 
B-Jr. .. 
Jr.-Sr. 
B-Jr. .. 
B-Jr. .. 
Jr.-Sr. 
B-Jr. .. 
Jr.-Sr. 
Jr.-Sr. 
Jr.-Sr. 
Jr.-Sr. 
Jr.-Sr. 
Jr.-Sr. 



A. B. Connor 

C. F. Morris 

M. B. Gross 

S, B. Groom 

Ira S. Johnson 

C. C. Strode 

O t V, Curington . 
W. J. Wells Jr. ... 

R, F. Cooper _ 

G. E. McKay 

W, P. Davidson 

R. O. McEwen 

O. L. House „.. 

T. P. Maynard 

Q. F. Hall 

9. N. Reeves _ 

C. C. Baas 

S. W. Cason 

Richard Warren 
H, A, Schublger . 
H. E. Wakefield 

W. B, Treloar 

M. J. Ferret 

C. T. Henderson 

A. E. Harbin 

T DeWItt Taylor 
W. Bryan Davis 
E. L. Dowllng .... 

L. T. Bansbury 

H. L, Edwards .... 

J. J. Mires 

J. T. Flournoy .... 

J. T. Peacock 

Mereer Cox ™» 

W. S. Weaver .... 



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141 


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133 


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411 


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NEGRO PUBLIC SCHOOLS 



COUNTY 


NAME OF SCHOOL 


POST OFFICE 


CLASSIFICATION 


PRINCIPAL 


c 

CI 

1 § I 
1 - D 


| 

S| 


Total for State 


i SCHOOLS 








79 


2182 


Alachua , 


Booker T.WashlnBtor 

FJ&. A. 4 M. College 

High School „ 


Miami 


fl-Vf Jr.-8r ... 


A. Quinn Jones 

J. A. Espy ___.. 

Q. T, Wiggins 


9 

■ 

15 
5 
5 


296 


Dado 


5-Yr Jr.-Sr. 


11*7 




5-Yr. Jr.-Sr 

fl-Yr, Jr.-Sr „ 

fl-Yr. Jr.-Sr ... 

4-Yr. B-Jr 


109 


Palm Beach .«.»„_„, 
Volusia 


HlKtov 


West Palm Beach 
New Bmyrna - 


C. C. Walker. Sr. 

8. F. Harris. Jr 

J. A, Colston 


4B4 

95 
51 



NEGRO PRIVATE SCHOOLS 



Total for State ..... 


3 SCHOOLS 








19 


202 




Fesacnden Academy . 
Fta. Normal and Ind 

Institute 

Bethune-Cookman 

HlKh School Dept.... 


Martin .... 

St. Augustine 

Daytona Beach 


i-Vr Jr.-Sr 


H, 8. Blum _ 

R, Barney Chavia 

H F. Coleman 


7 
7 
5 


98 


St. Johns _. 

Votuaia 


3-Yr, Br. .„: 

l-Yr. Br. 


47 




67 



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FOR THE VEAR 1934-35 
WHITE PUBLIC SCHOOLS 



COUNTY 


NAME OF SCHOOL 


POST OFFICE 


CLASSIFICATION 


PRINCIPAL 


E 

1 

.- e 

m 


a 

a 

Is 


Tolnl for State 


18 SCHOOLS 








IH 


tut 




Kinard 


Kinard - 


Unclassified - 

3-Yr. A-Jr. „ 

S-Yr. A-Jr 

Unclassified „ 

4-Yr. B-Jr. 

6-Yr, Jr.-Sr 

Unclassified ~ 

4-Yr, Br. — 

1 Vj>. p». ,.„ „ 

3Yr. B-Jr 


A, V, Withers „ 

V. D. Beckner 

D. W. Watsrs _.. 

H, T. Raymond 

F. A. Rhodes __ 

F. H. Leslie 

Mm, Alma Hembert 


I 

36 
20 
3 
1 
8 
4 
E 
8 
3 
3 
3 
3 
4 
3 
3 
3 
10 


12 


Hillsborough _ 




line 


Leo „ 

Leon 


Thos. Jefferson 

HonltR Springs ...,™._. 
Woodvilla 


Tampa - _. 

WoodvllJe 

Stuart.- 

ZephyrMlls ™ 


612 
38 
18 


Martin »..._--- 


Stuart- ..„ ~. _ 

Wtarfleld 

Zcphyrhllls 

l*ik-9 Alfred 

Oif ord ™ 


204 

29 
80 


Polk 

Sumter ,_„_.__ 


S. L. Walker 

R. C. Wilder. Jr _.. 

11. 3, Thompson. Jr. _™ 

F. L. Owens 

Arthur Wesley _____ 

T. R Wllkerson 

T. D. Bailey 


34 

47 


Taylor —™.-...__. 


Cabbage Grove 

Carbur 

Shady Grove _... 

Foley _-. 

Lake Helen „ 

Freeport __,„_„„_ 

Liberty __, 

Walton County 




4-Yr. B-Jr 

4-Yr. B-Jr. ■ 


48 

33 




Foley „„.„_„.„_....„,,_. 

Lake Helen ... 

Freaport 

DeFtinlak Springs 


S-Yr. B-Jr 


1* 


Volusia _ 

Walton 


4-Yr, B-Jr. 

4-Yr. B-Jr. .„. 

3-Yr B-Jr 


00 
28 

3T 


4-Yr. B-Jr* ._ _._-_ 


85 






15B 



WHITE PRIVATE SCHOOL 



Walton 



Palmer College 
Academy — 



DcFunlak Springs 



J* 



Yr Sr. 



,|J. U McKnelly 



_„l 



71 



20 



S 






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NEGRO PUBLIC 



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COUNTY 



NAME OF' SCHOOL 



POST OFFICE 



Total ror Stntn 
Alachua 

Columbia 

Duval _ 

Hillsborough .... 

Lee 

Marlon 

Monroe .............. 

Orange ............... 

Osceola 

Pinellas 

Polk 

Putnam 

St. Johns 

St. Lucie 

Suwannee 

Volusia .. 

Walton 



22 SCHOOLS 



Alachua County 

Training . 

Columbia County 

Training 

Stanton 

Booker T. Washing 

ton 

Middleton „ 

Dunbar 

Hard Rock „ 

Howard Academy ... 

Douglas 

Jonea _ _ 

Klaslmmee 

Qibba 

Haines City 

Polk County Tralnlnj 
Union Academy 
Washington Park 
Central Academy 

Excelsior 

Lincoln Park 

Academy 

I>ouglaa 

Campbell Street 
Tlvofi 



Alachua 

Lake City 

Jacksonville — ■ 



Tampa „ 

Tampa ., 

Fort Myers 

Dunn ell on 

Ocala , 

Key West 

Orlando ..„„ 

Klssimmee 

St. Petersburg 

Haines City 

Florence Villa ., 

Bartow 

Lakeland „ 

Palatka. 

St, Augustine .... 



Fort Pierce „ „, 

Live Oak 

Daytona Beach 

PeFuniak Springs 



CLASSIFICATION 



6-Yr. Jr.-Sr. 



4-Yr. 

6-Yr. 

8-Yr. 
3-Yr. 
6-Yr, 
4-Yr. 

6-Yr. 
6-Yr, 
n Yr 
3-Yr. 
i;-Vr 
3-Yr. 
4-Yr. 
fl-Yr. 
fl-Yr. 
6-Yr, 
fl-Yr. 

fl-Yr, 
4-Yr. 
6-Yr 
4-Yr. 



Sr. 

Jr.-Sr. 



A -Jr. ... 

Sr. 

Jr,-Sr. 
B-Jr. ... 
Jr.-Sr. 
Jr.-Sr. 
Jr.-Sr. 
B-Ir. . 
Jr.-Sr. 
B-Jr. . 
B-Jr. ... 
Jr.-Sr. 
Jr.-Sr. 
Jr.-Sr. 
Jr.-Sr. 

Jr.-Sr, 

Sr 

Jr.-Sr. 
B-Jr. ... 



PRINCIPAL 



A. L, Mebane ..... 

H. L, Houndtree 
F, J, Anderson .... 



H. W. Blake 

S. Howard Newsome ., 

D. C. Forrest 

Mrs. Ea telle E Jones 

T. D Dansby .„ 

C. C. Walker, Jr 

A. J. Polk 

Lamar Fort .... 

N. W. Griffin 

S. M, Mosely 

J. W. Williams, Jr 

N, M. Christopher 

B. W, Murray „.„,... 

C. W. Banks _ „ 

J. B, Williams 



W. M Peterson 

D. T. Jones 

W. D. Prince 

G. L. Porter 



19fl 



£8 



6317 



78 

5 4E 

29 1124 



746 
265 
162 

32 
292 
163 
367 

44 
441 

41 

71 
182 
279 
187 
192 

167 
61 

335 
64 



NEGRO PRIVATE 



Duval 



■„| Edward Waters Uackaon villa 1 6-Yr. Jr.-Sr. 



IC, S. Long, Jr. 



91 101 



ACCREDITED ELEMENTARY SCHOOLS 

FOR THE YEAR 1934-35 

Group I — A school of ten or more teachers. Group III — A school of three to six teachers. 

Group II— A school of six to nine teachers. Group IV — A school of one or two teachers. 

A Limited Standard School meets all required pointy and at least 25% of the flexible points, but the build- 
ing need not measure up to all modem specifications. 

A Regulation Standard School meets nil required points and 25% of the flexible points. 

A Superior Standard School meets all required points and 76% of the flexible points. 

(For requirements for standardization see Standards for Florida Elementary Schools, published by the State 
Department of Public Instruction. July 1, 1931.) 

WHITE PUBLIC SCHOOLS 





NAME OF SCHOOL 


POST OFF! CD 


PRINCIPAI- 


CTjASSIFICATION 


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1 


MAI 




l_B.M6 


Alachua, „, 


Alachua - 

Archer ii M n 


Alachua — ~ ._ 

Archer ... 

Gainesville ___ 

Newberry ._.„.. ___ 

Hawthorn . __ 

High Spring. ._.—__ 

Island Grove . _____ 

La Croeee , 

Mi canopy .,„■,,-.—. 


•M. 0. Worthlnglon 

*T. 9. Wetherlngton - 

Mr*. H. Q. Metcalfe 

Mlaa Edna Dudley .„,____ 
•J. Harry P. Thomae -__ 
•A. M. Slngletary 

Mm. Ida Print; — __- 

•I*, w. Moon _____________ 

John H. Dew _. _____ 


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IV 

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ni 


Rejfulation ______ 

Recu la 11 on .... .. 

Regulatl on 

Refutation... ____ 

Regulation -_ 

Regulation 


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Gainesville „ 

Halle „.,..,„„,.,„„.,,,., 


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Hawthorn _— 

High Sprint* — 

1 aland Grove ____ 

L* Creese ...._...... 

Ml canopy ......,,„ ulll . 


119 
114 




Urnlted 

Regulation... 

Regulation 


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104 
141 



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Bator .„, 

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Bradford 

Brevard 



Broward 



NAME] OF SCHOOL. 



POST OFFICE 



PRINCIPAL 



Ol^ASSIFICATION 



Newberry 

P. K. Tonga Lab. 

Rose Hill - 

Santa Fa 

Waldo „ 

Macclenny 

Olustee 

Sanderson 

Panama City 

St, Andrews 

Brooke r 

Hampton .... 

Law ley ™ 

Starke „„.„, 

Canaveral .„._. 

Cocoa. 

Bau a&llle , 

Melbourne ™— ,—., 

Mima 

Orslno 

TltuBvllle 

Central ._...., 

Central 

Dan la 

Davie 



Deerfleld 

North Side 

Oakland Park 

Pomp&no — 

Southslde 



Newberry 

Gainesville 

Gainesville, B. R, ..... 

Santa Fq 

Waldo 

Macclenny „„,.,,■>-. 

Oluslee ,. 

Sanderson 

Panama City - ■• 

St. Andrews 

Brooker ™ 

Hampton 

Lawtey 

Starke „,.„„„„_„ 

Canaveral 

Coco* _ 

Eau Gallle 

Melbourne ._.„.... 

Mlms 

Orslno „ 

Tltuavllle 

Ft. Lauderdale ............ 

Hollywood 

Danla . 

Ft. Lauderdale, R, R. 

Dserfield 

Ft. Lauderdale — 

Oakland Park 

Pom pa no ,„ , ,..,.-,.-. 

Ft. Lauderdale „.-»-. 



J. L. Bllderbeck ' 

'J, Hooper Wise 

Miss Clyde Leynea 

MIsm Rao Weeks 

J. A, Hod bes 

'I* L, Dugger , 

W. H, Milton 

Tans. W. Bweat 

W. F. Harrison. Jr. 

Merrlt H. Brown .„., 

H, B. Wiggins 

L. M, aporjholt* 

W. L. Beacom 

Leon A. Gray 

Claude F. Bridges 

E B. Henderson 

Wm, T. Edwards , 

■Mrs. Irene 8. Christen .... 

J. B, Rrldgewater 

Mrs, Lillian M. Huttler.. 
Mlas Helen M. Lynch „.. 
MlFSRuthDIehtenmueller 

'G. E. Everett „,_„„ 

E. A. Crudup 

Mra. Eleanor R. Miller.™ 
Mra. Eva L. W. Johnson 
Miss Louise Brown _»_ 

Mrs. Myrtle Roach 

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M. R. Stroud 

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E. U, Jones ... 

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•Ernest Bridges 

•J. C. Mitchell 

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•O. V. Witt 

A. C. Alleshouse 

Miss Hazel Weatheriy ... 

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Miss Gertrude Bha'ffner. 

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T, A. Holton „ 

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Miss Verna Merrltt 

B. H Hayes _ 

Miss Laura Leenhouts .... 

C, F. Bartholomew 

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MJsb Wllma Lence 

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West Bide Primary.. 
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Miss Katherlne Stimuli.... 

E, L. Lounsbury ...... 

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Lacka wanna 

Loretto 

Mattie V. Rutherfort 

Maxville 

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Norwood 

Ortega 

Panama Park _.„„_ 

Pickett 

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Wesconnett .,.._.....», 

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Agnes McReynolds . 

A. K. Suter 

Annie McMillan 

A. V. Clubbe 

Beulah 

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Cottage Hill 

Eliza Jane Wilson . 

Ensley 

Ernest Ward . 

Ferry Pass 

J B. Locker 

Mollno Consolidated 
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Pensacola, R. R 

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Mollno 

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J. C. Fulford 

MiBS Florence Akard . 

A. K. Roberts ... ....... 

M. C. Hood, Jr 

Miss Nellie E. Cooke . 
Miss Debbie Phillips . 
Miss Ruth Newell Upson 
Miss Annie Beaman 

M. J. Nash 

Miss Margaret C. Fairlle 

C. A. McCully .„ 

Mrs. Lola M. Culver 

L. C. Wright 

G. A. Wilson 

Miss Annie Lytle Housh. 

H. P. Kite _ 

W. D. Stevens _.._. 

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F, ». Hudnail 

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Miss Florence L Hughes 

Miss Beulah Beal 

C. H. Harris 

Miss Annie R. Morgan . 

Miss Ocole Clubbs 

Miss Sadie Coley 

Miss Eva Waters 

Miss Pauline Reese 

Mrs. Georgia B. Parker. 
J. R. Medlock 

•Thurston B. Shell .„ 

Mrs. Nannie Hollfield 
Miss Kathleen Morrison 
C. N. Welle r 

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Mrs. Carney Hicks 

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Franklin 

Gadsden . 



Gilchrist . 

Glad oh 

Gulf 

Hamilton 

Hardee ... 
Hendry ... 

Hernando 
Highlands 



Hillsborough 



P, K. Yonge 

Sabra H. Collins .. 
Tate Agricultural 
Turner Lea Day ... 

Bunnell 

Apalachlcola 

Csrrahelle 

Chatahoochee . 

Federal Roads 

Greensboro 

Havana 

Hinson 

Mt. Pleasant 

Qulncy 

Bell ... 

Trenton 

Moore Haven _. 

Port St. Joe 

Wewahitchka 

Jasper „..., 

Jennings 

White Springs 

Wauchula 

Clewlston 

Ijo. Belle 

Brooksville 

Avon Park 

Lake Placid 

Scoring 

A. L, Cuesta ..... 



Pensacola 

Pensacola - 

Gonzalez 

Penaacola 

Bunnell 

Apnlachicota .... 

Carmbelle 

River Junction 
Quincy. H. R. ,. 

Greensboro 

Havana 

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Mt Pleasant .... 

Qulncy 

Bell 

Trenton 

Moore Haven 

Port Bt. Joe 

Wewahltchka .. 

Jasper ... 

Jennings 

White Snrlngs „ 

Wnuchula 

Clewtstnn „ 

T.n. Belle 

Brooks vllle 

Avon Park .,....,'. 
Lake Placid „,., 

a ebring . 

Tampa ...... 



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Miss Clara Stokes 

•O. A. Strange ... 

Miss Alice E. Coley 

•P. E. Peteru 

*W. H. Marshall 

•A. E. Shearer 

*J. E. Williams 

Mrs. Inez J. Daugherty..,. 

*G. H. Hears 

*J. O. Boy n ton 

Guy Jones. Jr »...._ 

•J. Lewis Hall „ 

•James A. Shanks .... 

•H. F. Mitchell _.» 

•P. L. Peaden . 

•J. F. Houck 

*C. L. Joycfl „ .... 

*H. A. Whttton . 

*S. S. Dowllng 

•J. A, Stephens ~ 

•W. fr. Watts 

Mrs. Ruth Southerland... 

•G. B. Stanly 

*C, B. Royer 

•Kenneth B. Halt 

•R. T. Falrey 

•M. Mitchell Ferguson .... 
•Samuel Long ... 

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Citrus Park 

Cleveland 

DeSoto „._, .. 

Esther D. Burney 

Gary 

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Henry Mitchell .... 

John Kenly 

LuU ... 

Macfarlane , 

N. B. Broward 

Oak Park 

Orange Grove 

Palm River 

Philip Shore 

Robert E. Lee 

Roosevelt 

Springhead 

Stonewall Jackson 
Tampa Bay Blvd. 
Thos. A. Edison .. 

Thoa. Jackson 

Turkey Creak 

V. M, Thor - 

W. B. Henderson .. 

West Shore 

Wm. J. Bryan 

Wm. J, Bryan 

Wimauma .„ 

Bethlehem 

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Poplar Springs 

Roaeland 

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Plant City 

Tampa 

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Bonifay - 

Bonlfay 

Dady 

Ponce de Leon 

Gracevllle 

Roaeland 

Vero Beach 

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Miss Lillian N. Gwlnn ... 
*E. F. McLane 

Mrs. Mildred Hamer . 

W. A. Hamilton 

Mrs, Florence Gray 

Mrs. Mary Murray 

Mrs. Julia P. Miller 

J. T. Horfman 

Miss La Verne Nelson 

Miss Mattle Jorday 

Mrs. Anne Hartman 

•C, O. Barnes 

Mrs. Vallle H. Perry 

Mrs. Margaret Bomford.. 

Miss Edna L. Bassett .... 

Mrs, Mary L. Kent — « 

C. W, Cannon 

T. H. Langston . 

Mrs, Luneta Fleagle 

Miss Mabel Nelson 

•C. R. Allgood » 

Miss Edna J. Loving ...... 

Miss Ethel King 

Mrs. Elizabeth Cone 

Misa Ethel G. Wolverton 
*W. Hom-sr Potter ; 

J. L. Mcintosh - » 

Miss Mamie Gramling .... 
•Mrs. Edna Hennessee .... 

Mrs. Jane H. May 

Mrs. Virginia Chapman.. 

•A. E. Riley 

•C. L. Galloway 

•Ross Masters 

*E. M. Stanflll 

•C. P. Schiller 

*C. L Andrews 

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•Miss Clotllde B, Smith... 

Miss Ola Douthitt ... 

•J. P tern on Cone 

•J. D. Milton 

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Lafay-atte 
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Monticello 

Waclssa 

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Eustls 

Fruitland Park 

Groveland 

Howey ... 
Leesburg 
Mt. Dora 
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Alva 

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Boca Grande 

B ok eel fa- Pin eland 

Buckingham 

Edgewood .„.„.„., 
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Graceville 

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Greenwood 

Marlanna 

MaJ one .„ 

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Sneads 

Aucllla 

Monticello 

Lloyd „....„.. 

Monticello 

Waclssa. 

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Clermont 

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Fruitland Park 

Groveland 

Howey- 1 n - 1 be -Hilla 

Leeaburg , 

Mt. Dora 

Tavares „ 

Umatilla 

Alva 

Bayshore ..... 

Boca Grande 

Bokeella 

Ft. Myers, R. R 

Ft, Myera 

Ft, Myers 



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*A. R, Morrow ™ 

•R. E. Allison 

•Andrew J. Stevens, Jr.... 
•H, D. Hagler 

R. H. Poston 

•S. B. Hand .„ _ 

C. T Davles 

R. W. Klnsey 

Mrs. M. D. Walker 

•W, J. Bullock 

•R. A. Sparks 

«M, L. Smith 

A. H. Wentworth 

A. D. Fleahman 

*F. J. Banning 

Mrs. Sue C Brown 

H, L. Beeson 

Mrs. Mildred Chaftln 

Mrs. Nelle C. Skeen „. 

•T>. D. Roseborough 

•P. F. Colbert 

•Ellis Moore 

•W. C. Chlnn 

Mlas Irby Clay 

R. C. Maddox 

Mra. Ferris W, Geglev .... 

Mrs, Marie W. Blnnchet. 

Mra. Ijeola 9. I.*lfeate ..., 

Mlsa Pearl Bulloch 



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Estero ™ — .. 

Gwynne Institute 

Iona 

J. Colin English .. 

Oiga ....... 

Sanlbel 

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Caroline Brevard 
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F. 8. C. W 

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Rronson ..... 

Cedar Key ... - 

Chiefland ....- 

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Wiiliston 

Bristol „. — 

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Palma Sola 

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Parrlah - 

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Fellowship 

Mcintosh 

North Ocala ,.„„„ 



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Cedar Key ... 

Chiefland 

Morrlston 

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Bristol 

Sumatra 

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Lee 

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Pinetta 

Anna Maria 
Bradenton .... 
Myakka City 

Ft. Green 

Ellenton 

Manatee 

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Oneco 

Palma Sola . 

Palmetto .. 

Palmetto 

Parrlsh 

Fallpvsst 

Anthony 

Bellevlew 
Dunnellon 

Lynn 

Ocala 

Mcintosh „ 
Ocala ........ 



Mrs. Harry Cooper 

Miss Cecil Hamilton .... 
Mrs, Mabel L. Brough ,. 

Mrs. N. I. Claville ., 

Mrs. Alice M. English .. 

Mrs. Grace Davis 

Mrs. Lora Belle Hays ,. 
Mrs. Elizabeth D. Cobb. 

•Miss Rachel E. Gregg ... 

R. C. Moon 

«J. D. Kirkland, Jr. „.., 

♦A. J. G. Wells , 

•E. E. Hamilton 

Miss Vida Hardee _ 

*D. F. Rollins 

*M. E. Stanfill 

Miss Bsatrice Tolar 

•C. W, Persons „ 

•C, C. Matheny 

•T. R. Jones ™ ....... 

•R. M. Black 

Mrs, Lena R. Pheips 

Mrs. Blanche H.Daugherty 

Miss Wiima L, Powell _ 

O. C. Mitchell 

Mrs. Buena Lee Meade.. 

•C. A. Rowlett 

•A. H. Flowers 

•A. L.*BrOdl 

Mrs, Ma M. Stewart 

•Oscar Smith ._.......,„.... — 

M. W. Snittn ~ 

Mrs. C. "W, Parrlsh - 

Mrs. Vivian Mercer 

•M. L, Chapman 

•E. I* Williams 

•G. C. Roberts 

•B. W, Spear „...,._ 

•Broward Lovell 

C. E, Palmour 

Miss Carrie B. Holly .... 



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ACCREDITED ELEMENTARY SCHOOLS— Continued 



NAME OF SCHOOL 



Ocala Orammar 
Ocala Primary .. 

Oeklawaha ....' 

Reddlck 

Summerfield 

Weiradsle 

Hobe Sound 

Jensen „.. 

Salerno 

Big Pine 

Division Street .. 

Harris „ 

Marathon . ,.„ 

Matacombe , 

Rock Harbor .... 

Tavernier 

Callahan 

Fernandtna 

Hllllard 

Baker 

Crest view 

Holt 

Laurel Hill 

Nlceville 

Okeechobee 

Apopka 

Beulah 

Concord Park .. 

Conway 

Delaney 



POST OFFICE! 



Ocala „ 

Ocala _ „ 

Oeklawaha _. 

Reddlck , 

Summerfield .... 

Weirsdale 

Hobe Sound 

Jenaen ... „ 

Salerno 

Big Pine 

Key West 

Key West _ 

Marathon „ 

Islamorada 

Rock Harbor .. 

Tavernier 

Callahan 

Fernandlna ...... 

Hllllard 

Maker ™.,„.„ 

Crestview _ „ 

Holt 

Laurel Hill 

Nlceville „ 

Okeechobee 

Apopka „.., 

Winter Garden 

Orlando 

Orlando 

Orlando „,.. 



PRINCIPAL 



W. E- Bishop 

Miss Edith Griffin 

Mrs. H. S. Wesson .._ 

*D, G, Beck 

P. E. Head 

H. P. Chambers 

Mlsa Alice Dehon 

Miss K. Eva Daniel 

Mra, Emma H. Kindred, 

MIbb Linton J. Vitte .... 

W. C. Duncan 

W. C, Duncan 

Mrs, Sue M. Moore 

C. C. Alburv 

Harold Russell 

Miss J. L. Seymour 

S. D. Padgett 

R. W, VanBrunt 

*R. E. Epting 

*M. W. Moore 

•W. J. Btuckey 

*M. A. Fortune 

*W. I. Dee 

M. Z. Waldlng 

•Mlsa Rachel F. Crozier... 

H. J, Daney 

Mrs, M. M. Pate 

Mrs. Melissa Stafford ... 

Miss Mamie L. Fugate.. 

Miss Mollle E, Ray 



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HI. L. Ivey 

Mrs. Mettle H, Farmer .. 

Mrs. Annie B. Lord 

Mrs. Edna W. Gleaaon .... 

MI3.1 Elizabeth Furen .... 

Mrs. E. J. Reeves 

Miss Ethel M. Cornrlght 

'R. G. Pitman .....„_ 

"W. H. Stephens 

Miss Eunice Delaney 

W. J. Bro*n 

Mrs. Mabel J. Wile 

Mias Annie Connell 

*.T. B. Waggoner 

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C. L. Durrance ... ........ 

Mrs. Mildred B. Cherry.. 

J. R. Glover _ 

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Mrs. Pearlle Bryan _ 

•T,. F. Rutledge 

Wilbur Royce 

•H. C. Wilson 

Mr.i. Belle Collar „.. 

•R. F. Williamson 

J. B. Cox 

Mrs. Gall Archer 

*C. H. Lander _ 

*M. M. Greene 

A. O. Mnrtln „ 

Mrs. Ethel Newlon 

Mrs. Clemetlne Brown.... 
•Mrs. Margaret Bulerdlck 

Mrs. Genevieve Bnker.... 

*E. B. Blshon 

•Mrs. Clnra H. Canron 

Mrs. Helena L.. Sanders.. 

•Mrs. Hazel Nordin 

•E. E Sheldon „....-...._ 

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West Gate ,., 

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Dade City 

Lacooohee 

Myrtle 

Pierce 

Anona 

Bellatr 

Central Primary 

and Intermediate 

Child's Park 

Clearvlew 

Clearwater South 

Ward 

Coffee Pot 

Curlew 

Dunedin «..„„. 

Euclid _... 

Fifty-fourth Ave. 

Forest Hills 

Glenoak 

Gulfport .... 

Harris 

Lake view 

Lake wood _. 

Largo 

Lealman Avenue . 

North Ward ,. 

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Lake Worth 

West Palm Beach 

Lake Worth 

Dade City __ 

Lacooohee _,. 

Lutst 

New Port Rlchey .. 

Largo 

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St. Petersburg 
St. Petersburg 



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Dunedin 

St. Petersburg 
St. Petersburg 
St. Petersburg 
St. Petersburg 
St. Petersburg 
St. Petersburg 
St. Petersburg 
St. Petersburg 

Largo 

St. Petersburg 

Clearwater _ 

St. Petersburg 



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CLASSIFICATION 



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•Mrs, Ethel A. King .. 

Mrs, Mary H. Hicks .. 

D. A. Daboll 

*Mark St. Clair 

Miss M. Annette Wirt 

E. W. Carter 

Hugh Coll 

Miss Kathleen O. Plumb 

Miss Natalie Sterling ,„ 
Miss Mary I. Balnum . . 
Mrs. Edna J. Miller 



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Julia Diffenwierth.. 

Clio B. Carter 

Mabel E, Buchanan 
Estelle C. Cox . 
Shirley Petteway.,.. 

Mary Linlnger 

Dorothy Lane 

Mary Lou Gray . 

Mildred A. Neel 

Ruth Deal Anslev.... 
Marfe L. Me An all an 
Mildred T. Helms.... 
Myrtle E. Harris.... 
Frances Belcher .... 
Lula A. Atwood 



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Lakeland 

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Highland City .. 
Winter Haven .. 

Lnkeland 

Lake Hamilton 

Lakeland 

Lake Wales 

Mulberry 

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Lakeland 

Crescent City .. 
East Palatka .... 

Palatka 

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Johnson 

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San Mateo 

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Mrs. Gladys W. Campbell 

Mrs. Mary C. Willi ford.... 

Mls9 Essie Roberts 

Miss Mabel M. Kelso 

Mrs. Emma F. Campbell 

Mrs. Ellzaheth G. Long.... 

Mrs. Annie Tyree ............ 

Miss Carrie V. Lee 

Miss Helen E. Nlppert.... 

Miss Annie L. Anderson.. 

Mrs, Julia Snook 

M, Campbell. Jr 

*M. E. Wooton 

T. N. Llmbaugh. Jr 

Miss Elsie Persons ,. 

•E. F. Eastwood 

Miss Martha Bennett 

•Miss Mildred Swearlngen 

Miss Katherlne Blalock.. 
*T. George Walker 

Mrs. Minnie Mae Martin 

•Walter Roberts 

•L., E. Swatts „„ 

G. J. Carter 

*R. p. Mitchell 

Miss Helen Simmons 

H. U. G. Turnmlre 

Miss Esteleen Sternberg 

Grover ninod worth 

•F. S. MeLnughlln 

*H. B. Mullen 

•F. A. Stack 

Miss Catharine Cramer- 

Miss Beryl McMillan 

•J. S. Hand „._ 

B. D. Sweat .„ „ 

Mrs. Annie Sikes 

Mrs. Delia R. Letzeil 

Miss Mary Kate Bartee.. 
*D. 8. Westbury 

J. E. Smith 

Mrs. Nellie Brubaker 

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Bant a Ron. 



Sarasota 



Semlnola 



Bumter 



Hastings _ 

Mill Creek „ 

Orange Street 

Orange 8t, Grammar, 

W. Augustine 

Fort Pierce 

White City 

Allentown - _ 

Bagdad , 

Berry hill _, 

Jay — 

Munson 

Milton 

Bay Haven 

Central 

Nokomia _. 

Bouthslde 

Chuluota 

En at Bide Primary ... 

Geneva „ ____. 

t»ake Mary _ 

Lake Monroe 

Lyman 

Ovledo _,... 

Sanford 

Banford Grammar 

South Side Primary . 
Went Side Primary _. 

Wilson _™ 

Buahnell ...................... 



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Lake Mary .... 
Lake Monro? 

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Sanford 

Sanford _____ 

Sanford . . 

Sanford _._ 

Paola 

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Robert Bnwln ..- 

Mrs, A. B, Carrier 

J. A. Crookahnnk 

Mr». Jessie Parker Avrll 

*A. B, Connor 

Mrs. Utile N. Wiggins..., 

•C. F. Morris .„ 

A. D. McCall 

R. B, Hotabs 

•M. H. Gross 

•8. B, Groom _, 

I, S. Johnson 

Mrs. Mary W. Ruttedge., 
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•O, V. Curlngton 

Mrs. Ora 8. Rice 

L. L. Hsrdy 

Mrs. Velma 8. Mitchell.... 

W. L. Selg 

C. W. Isbill 

B. C Steele -.________ 

*W. J. Wells, Jr. . 

•R, F. Cooper _ 

H. K Morris „ 

Mrs. Pearl H. Babbitt .... 
Mrs Stella P. Arrlngton_ 
Miss Kmmn Lee Owen _ 

R. E. True ___, 

•W. P. Davidson , 



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Pinemount 

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Wellborn - 

Perry _..„„. 

Lake Butler 

Barberville 

Benson Springs 

Boston Avenue 

DeLeon Springs 

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Ormond .. ... 

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O'Brien, 

McAlpln 

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Oak Hill 

Ormond 

Plerson .,.,_ 

Port Orange 

Seville 

Dnytona Beach 
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I>eLand 

Crawfordville .... 

Snpchoppy 

Chipley 

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T. P. Maynard 

H. L. JOhns _ 

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C. P. Cumboe 

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•S W. Cason 

•Richard Warren 

•H. B. Wakefield ... 

■H. A. Schublger 

Mrs.Myrtle W. Richardson 

Miss Agnes Durden 

Mrs. Florida O. Bowles,.., 
Miss Anne Pattillo i 

•C. T. Henderson ... 

Mrs. Isabella Darby 

Miss Alice M. Read „ 

Miss Ruth Lenox 

Mrs. Helen Hull Pay .... 
Miss May Halgh 

•T. DeWitt Taylor , 

•W. Bryan Davis _ 

•E. I>. Dowllng 

•L. T. Sansbury 

"J. J. Mires 

Mrs, Martha W. Lyons,.., 

Miss Alice Howard _ 

Miss Dempsle Brewster.. 

•J. T. Flournoy 

*J. T. Peacock , 

*W. S. Weaver . .„ . 

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NAME OP SCHOOL 



POST OFFICE 



PRINCIPAL 



CLASSIFICATION 



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Total for BUtte 


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Hillsborough 


Trinity Lutheran 

Helen Hill i 




Mrs. Susan Gibson 

Mr*. Ida M. Roberts 


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107 




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Alachua 


Booker T.Washlngtoi 
IjiVilla Park 


Gainesville ... ■ 

Miami 

Miami 

Jacksonville „ 


*A. Quinn Jones 

•James A. F.spy 

Mrs, Utile C. Evans 

W, M. Raines 

Mrs. R. D. Robinson 

Malissa Mae Bydcs 

•C. C. Walker, Sr 


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Leon ...... 


Fla. A .AM. College 
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Chlaholm — 

Cypress Street 

Rlgby 


Tallahassee ......—...., 

West Palm Beach 




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•S. F Harris, Jr 

Miss M. Evelyn Bonner.. 
•J. A. Colston 


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Alachua. 

Baker 

Brevard 

Broward ™™ 

Calhoun ~ 

Citrus ................ 

Columbia _. 

DeSoto _., 



Eecambla 
FliiRler .... 
Gadaden ■ 



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Format Grove ... 
Glen St. Mary 

Mlllvllto 

Wilson 

Da.vle 

Hallandale 

Kinard 

Hernando 

Hnmosassa 

Lecanto 

Shitdv Qrove ... 

Brownsville 

Ft Ogden ., 

Nocatee 

McDavid „ ■ , 
Flsaler Beach . 
Midway 
Sycamore ...._..... 
Bear Beach ..... 
Bee Branch .... 
Lakeport - 



Alachua, B, R. .............. 

Lllen St. Mary „ 

Mlllvllle 

Titujrvllle 

Ft. Lauderdale, B. R. 

Hallandale 

Kinard 

Hernando .,,,,,„,„,,,.,„,■., 

Homoeassa „. 

I^oanto 

Ijjke City -._.„._ 

Brownsville .................. 

Ft. Ogden ™ 

Nocates „,__..„.. 

McDavid 

Piaster Beach — - 

. Midway 

Greensboro, R. 

Ljikeport 

LaBelle 

Lakeport 



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0. W. Bethea 

1. C. Fouroker __ 

C. S. Roberts 

Mrs. Eleanor R. Miller 
Mrs. Esther S tetter .. 

A, V, WHthors 

H. tf. Rule 

Mra. Jessie Lee Wynn 
W. J. Vincent 

D, U Tyre 

L. P. Mercer ™ 

N. A. Priest 

V. K. MeComlc-k 

Mrs. J. R. Bradl-v _ 

G. B. Benson _ 

Miss Era ma L. Cham bliss 
Mlsa Roberta Bhepard - 

Mrs. Anna Whldden 

Mrs. Nell Jackman 

L. E. Bonn 



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Astor 

ForndsJe 

Lady Lake — 

Montverde ...... 

Okahumpka - 

Ronlta Springs 

St. James 

Woodvllle ... 




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Miss Bertha McDonald. 
Miss Sarah Chapman .... 
Miaa Haze] 1C. Holtzclaw 

Mrs. Ruth H Price 

Mlns Beulah Mat tux 

Mrs. C. C. Holley 


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Indian River 

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Mrs. Wm. AJHelsey 

Mrs. Nannie W. Perry .... 

•F. H. Leslie 

•Mrs. Alma Rtmbert 

Mlsn Cnrolyn Perklna .... 

Mrs. Mattle M. P. Morrey 

Mrs Jean P. Hunt - 

C. O. Whitney _„.„_ 

*L. B. Rowland 


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Warfleld 

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Orlo Vista . . 

Union 

Zellwood .... 

Zephyrhiils 


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DeFuniak Springs — 


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NEGRO PUBLIC 



Total for State 
Alachua _,. 

Columbia 

Duval .„ 



Escambia 



41 BCHOOLB 



Alachua Co, Train- 
ing School 

Columbia Co. Train- 
ing School 

College Park 

Cook man 

Davts Street 

Franklin Stmt 

I-vltln ■ 

Lincoln Park _ 

Long Branch 

Oakland .„„. 

Stanton ,„,„.,..—- 

West Lewlavllle ... 
Spencer Bibbs „., 



Alachua _.. 

Lake City 

Jacksonville 

Jacksonville 

Jacksonville 

Jackson vllle 

Jacksonville 

Jacksonville 

Jacksonville ..... 

cksonvllle 

cksonvllle „.. 
Jacksonville _i.. 
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H. L. Roundtrea ,„..„.„.,, 

J. A. Webster 

J. I, E. Scott __„ 

Isaiah Blocker 

W. A. Morris . 

Mrs, A. B, Coleman 

R. M, E. Wilson _ 

C. O. Bradham 

Wm. Madison 

"F J. Anderson ,_._ 

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Mrs. M, F. Washington. 



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Monroe 



Orange 

Palm Beach 
Pine Una 



Polk 



fit. Johns 

St. Lucie 

Suwannee .... 
Volusia ... 



Lomax - 

Dunbar 

Santbel 

Slater 

South Boca Grande 

Hard Rock — 

Howard Academy „ 

Douglass 

Marathon ,....,«».»— 

Jones 

County Training ... 

Curtis ... 

Davis 

Jordan 

Safety Harbor — 

Hast BreWHter .-.- 

Halnea City .... 

Pierce 

Polk Co, Train- 
ing School 

Union Academy ...... 

Washington Park .. 

Excelsior 

W. Augustine 

Lincoln Park 

Douglas - - 

Benson Springs 

Campbell Street _..„ 
Orange City 



..Tampa 

Fort My era _ 

Fort Myefs 

Slater „. 

S. Boca Grande 
Dunne! Ion ............ 

Oca! a _..„.„. 

Key West 

Marathon 

Orlando ..„, 

Del ray Beach ..., 

Clearwater 

St. Petersburg .. 
St. Petersburg .... 
Safety Harbor .... 

Brewster 

Halnea City 

Pierce ....... 



Florence Villa ...... 

Bartow ..... 

lakeland 

St Augustine 

St. Augustine 

Fort Pierce 

Live Oak 

Benson Springs .... 
Daytona Beach . 
Orange City 



J. T. Clarke. Jr 

D, C, Forrest ,__._ 

Ernestine Mlmms „..,.„.,.. 
Mary Jiickaon :*-.i..~„.\,..X, 

Angelfta Stafford 

Mrs. EateUe B. Jones 

T, D. Danshy 

*C. C, Walker. Jr 

Miss L. M. Reddlck ....... 

A. J. Polk _. 

S J D. Bpady » » 

M. F. Rooks 

E ]■:. Booker 

Marie L, Pierce 

Vnleta P, Nelson 

Mm, Minnie M. Morten. 

9. M. Moseley 

Annie Lee Nixon 



•J. W, Williams. Jr. 
*N. M. Christopher ... 

•E. W. Murray 

"J. B, Williams 

Richard Murray .... 
•W. M. Peterson 

D. T Jones 

W. A, King 

W. D. Prince 

T. E. Thornton 



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STATISTICAL SUMMARY 
1934-35 





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Private 


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White 


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White 


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Schoola Applying for 
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309 


267 


253 


6 




3 


42 


18 


22 


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No, of Teachers Includ- 
ing the Principal 


.1.4 SI 


3,152 


3,064 


79|.„ _ 


19 


329 


117 


196 


7 


9 


Enrollment - 


84,196 


76.010 


73,626 


2,1821 


202 


8.186 


2,748 


5,317 


20 


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1934-35 





GRAND TOTAL 

(Accredited and 
N on Accredited 
Schools! 


ACCREDITED ELEMENTARY SCHOOLS 


NON-ACCREDITED ELEMENTARY SCHOOLS 




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Private 


— a 

IL 

3.- J 


Public 


Private 




White 


Negro 


White 


Negro 


White 


Negro 


White 


Negro 


Schools Applying for 


640 


517 


503 


11 


2 


1 


123 


T2 


41 












No. of Teachers Ex- 
clusive of Principal 


4,585 


3,962 


3,847 


107 


3 


5 


623 


209 


414 












156,210 


130.753 


125,205 


5,411 


77 


143 


25,457 


7,524 


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FOR THE YEAR 1935-36 
Explanation. — There are five types of Standard High Schools under the present system of classification: 
CD Pour- Year Senior (4-Yr. Sr.), grades 9-12; (2) Three-Year Senior (3-Yr. Sr.), grades 10-12; (3) Six- 
year Junior-Senior (6-Yr, Jr.-Sr.) grades 7-12; (4) Three- Year A or B-Juntor (3-Yr. A-Jr.), or (3-Yr, 
B-Jr.), grades 7-9; (6) Four-Year B- Junior (4-Yr. B-Jt.). grades 7-10. Those Junior High Schools main- 
tained in communities where there is no Senior High School are designated as Three- Year B-Junior High 
Schools or Four- Year B-Junlor High Schools, as the case may be. Those Junior High Schools maintained in 
communities where there are one or more Senior High Schools are designated as Three-Year A-Junlor High 
Schools. 

WHITE PUBLIC 



COUNTY 



Total for Btate 



Alachua 



Baker 

Bay I, , 
Bradford .... 



NAME OP SCHOOL 



370 

Alachua 

Archer » — 

Gainesville ...... 

Hawthorn 

High Springs 

LaCroase 

Mtconopy 

Newberry 

P. K. Tonse Lab 
oratory School 

Waldo -.-.. 

Macclenny „., 

Sanderson - 

Bay County 

Bradford County 



POST OFFICE 



Alachua ....... 

Archer _ 

Gainesville 

Hawthorn 

High Springs .. 

Lacrosse 

Mi canopy 

Newberry » 

Gainesville 

Waldo „ 

Macclenny 

Sanderson 

Panama City - 
Starke . 



CLASSIFICATION 



8-Yr. Jr.-Sr. 
6-Yr. Jr.-9r. 
6-Yr Jr.-Sr. 
6-Yr Jr.-Sr. 
6-Yr, Jr.-Sr. 
8-Yr. B-Jr. „.. 
8-Yr. B-Jr. ..„ 
6-Yr Jr.-Sr. 



6-Yr 
4-Yr. 
6-Yr 
6-Yr 
4-Yr. 
6-Yr 



Jr.-Sr. ... 

B-Jr. 

Jr.-Sr. ... 
Jr.-Sr. ... 

Sr. J. 

Jr.-Sr. ... 



PRINCIPAL 



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M. O. Worthlngton .. 
T. S. Wetherlngton 

F. W. Buehhol* 

J. H P. Thomas 

A. M. Slngletary 

C. L. Pridian, Jr. ., 
J. H. Dew „ 

D. R. Matthews ........ 

O. B. Simmons ,,»,„„„ 

L. W. Moon 

L. L, Dugger ...... 

T. W. Sweat „ 

V%, S. Weaver - ... 

J,, A. Gray 



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NAME OF SCHOOL 



TOST OFFICE 



CLASSIFICATION 



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Brevard 

Broward 

Calhoun 

Charlotte 
Citrus 

Clay 

Collier .... 

Columbia 



LYide 



Lawtey 

Cocoa. „ _ 

Eau Gallle 

Melbourne 

TItusvllle 

Central _ 

Danla. 

Hollywood 

Pompano 

Altha 

Calhoun County „ 

Frlnk 

Kinard 

Charlotte County 

CI true County 

Crystal River 

Clay County ~ 

Everglades 

Naples 

Columbia County 

Ft. White „. 

Mason 

Ada Merrltt 

Andrew Jackson 

Citrus Grove 

Hlaleah 

Homestead 

Ida M. Fisher 

Klnloch 

Little River 

Miami Edison 



Lawtey 

Coeoa 

Eau Oallle 

Melbourne 

TItusvllle 

Ft. Lauderdale 

Danla 

Hollywood 

Pompano 

Altha 

Blountstown „. 

Frlnk 

Kinard 

Punta Gorda 

Inverness ... 

Crystal River -. — 

Green Cove Springs 

Everglades 

Naples ._ 

Lake City 

Ft White 

Lake City RFD 

Miami _,....„ .... 

Miami 

Miami _ 

Hlaleah 

Homestead ,.,, 

Miami Beach 

Miami 

Miami 

Miami 



3-Yr. B-Jr. 

fl-Yr Jr.-Sr 

6-Yr Jr.-Sr 

6-Yr Jr.-Sr 

6-Yr. Jr.-Sr. 

B-Yf Jr. -Br 

8-Yr. Jr.-Br 

4-Yr, B-Jr. 

6-Yr Jr.-Sr. 

6-Yr. Jr.-Br 

8-Yr Jr.-Sr. 

6-Yr. Jr.-Sr 

4-Yr. B-Jr 

6-Yr Jr.-Sr 

4-Yr. Sr. 

4-Yr, Sr _.., 

6-Yf Jr.-Sr 

4-Yr. Sr , 

6-Yr Jr.-Sr 

6-Yr Jr,-8r 

4-Yr. Sr. 

4-Yr. Sr. — ..._., 
3-Yr. A-Jr. „..„., 

3-Yr. A-Jr , 

3-Yr. A-Jr. 

3-Yr. B-Jr 

6-Yr. Jr.-Sr 

6-Yr Jr.-Sr 

3-Yr. B-Jr 

3-Yr. B-Jr 

Irregular Jr.-Br. 



A. E, Maxwell 

E. B. Henderson 

Fred Huffstutler 

r. F. Erckert 

Ellis Moore 

R. L. Gould! ng - 

E. A. Crudup 

G. E, Everett «. 

O A. Mann 

C. H. Peaooek , 

C. L. Joyce 

George Atkins _ 

G. B. Hopkins 

Jannings Rehwinkel 

C. M. Williams 

J. A. Stlmson 

C. B. Bowles 

Ernest Bridges 

J. C. Mitchell 

J. F. Eastham 

H. P. Chambers 

O. V. Witt 

A. L. Isaac . 

A C. Alteehouse 

Miss Clarlbel Cason 

B. M. Hlndmaa „. 

L. B, Sommers 

J. T. Wilson , 

Miss Lulu Cadle 

W. W. Matthews ... 
J, G. Fisher „„ 



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Duval .......... 



Escambia 



Flagler ., 
Franklin 



Gilchrist . 

O lades 

Gulf ..- 

Hamilton 



Hardee 

Hendry 

Hernando 
Highlands 



Miami Senior .. 

Perrlne 

Ponce da Leon 



Robert E. Lee 

Shenandoah - 

Win. Jennings Bryan 

DUIe County 

Andrew Jackson ___ 

Baldwin . 

John Oorrle » _ 

Kirby-Smlth 

Lea don 

Robert B. Lee 

Century 

Ernest word 

Moltno Consolidated .. 

Pensaeola „ 

Tate Agricultural 

Bunnell 

Carrabelle 

Ctinpman 

Chattahoochee 

Gadsden County 

Greensboro ,._™.„.____ 

Havana. 

Mt. Pleasant 

Bell 

Trenton ...... 

Moore Haven 

Port St. Joe _ 

Wswahltchkn 

Jasper ,_ 

J e n n lngs .... 

White Springs 

Hardee County 

Clewlston 

Le Belle ,».»»».,.«..».»«.. 

Hernando County , 

Avon Park _ 

Lake Placid ™_ 



Miami 

Perrlne 

Coral Gahlea 
Homestead ... 



il 

North Miami 
Cross City .... 
Jacksonville . 

Baldwin 

Jacksonville . 
Jacksonville , 
Jacksonville . 
Jacksonville . 

Century _ 

Walnut Hill .. 

Mollno _. 

Pensaeola 
<iotiznles .... 

rtunnell 

Carrabelle 

Apfllachlcola, .. 
River Junction 

Qulncy 

Greensboro 

Havana 

Mt, Pleasant .. 

Bell 

Trenton 

Moore Haven 
Port St. Joe .... 
Wewahltchka 

Jasper 

Jennings 

White Springs 

Wauchula „ 

Clewlston « 

La Belle 

Brooks ville , 

Avon Park 

Lake Placid .... 



S-Yr. Sr. 

S-Yr. B-Jr 

Irregular Jr.-Sr. 
*-Yr Jr.-8r. ,.„, 

3-Yr. A-Jr 

J-Yr. A-Jr. 

S-Yr. A-Jr 

S-Yr Jr.-8r. ..-. 

1-Yr. Sr. 

S-Yr. Jr.-Sr. 

S-Yr. A-Jr. 

S-Yr. A-Jr 

S-Yr Jr.-Sr 

S-Yr. Br. 

S-Yr. Jr.-Sr. ..... 

S-Yr Jr.-9r 

4-Yr. B-Jr, 

4-Yr. Sr. 

6-Yr, Jr.-Sr. 

4-Yr. Sr. 

S-Yr, Jr.-Sr. ..... 

6-Yr. Jr. -Br 

4-Yr. Sr. 

S-Yr Jr.-Sr 

S-Yr. Jr.-Br 

S-Yr. Jr.-Sr 

S-Yr. Jr.-Sr 

6-Yr. Jr.-Sr. 

4-Yr. Sr, 

6-Yr Jr.-Sr. 

■-Yr, Jr.-Sr. 

«-Yr Jr,-Sr 

*-Vr. Jr.-Sr 

6-Yr Jr.-Sr 

4 Yr, B-Jr. 

4-Yr, Br 

S-Yr Jr.-Sr 

S-Yr. Jr.-Sr. ._. 

4 Yr, Sr 

S-Yr. Jr.-Sr. .„.. 
S-Yr. Jr.-Sr. 



W. R. Thomas .... 

T. A. Holton 

H, N. Rath ... 

Carl Wagner 



Mrs. Mat tie Mack Jones.. 
Miss Alice MacVlcar 

F. E. Lane 

W, B, Feogle „ 

M. A. De mores t __. 

C. E. Saunders ,„ 

J. 8. Wheatly 

G. P. Slsaon „_.. 

W. H. Tumey _ 

J. W. Gilbert 

T. B. Shell 

J. L Hurt 

J. R. Medlock _ - 

J, H. Workman 

O. A Strange _„ 

P. B. Peters ...._ 

Leo L, Boles 

W. H. Marshall 
J. E. Williams .. 

J, A. Shanks 

CI, II, Mears 

I>. P. Burns 

P. A. Rhodes 

L. E. Edenfleld 
P. L. Feaden .... 
J, F. Houck 

D. Q, McPherson 
If. A. Whltton .. 

J. A. Hodges 

J. A. Stephens ,. 

S. B, Howell 

J. K. Chapman .. 

W. L. Beacom 

C. E. Royer 

K. B. Halt „. 

R. T. Fnlray 

M. M. Ferguson 



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ACCREDITED HIGH SCHOOLS— Continued 



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POST OFFICE 



CLASSIFICATION 



PRINCIPAL 



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Indian River 
Jackson 



Sebring 

Ballast Point 

Benjamin Franklin 

Brandon 

George Washington 

Henry B. Plant 

Hillsborough 

Memorial — 

Plant City Junior .. 
Plant City Benlor .. 

Springhead .„.„ 

Thomas Jefferson ,. 

Turkey Creek .. 

Weat Tumuli 

Wlmauma ...._.. «... 

Woodrow Wilson .... 

Bethlehem 

Holmes County 

Ponce de Leon 

Poplar Springs 

Leonla 

Fe I Ism ere 

Vero Beach 

Alford - _ 

Campheilton 

Cottondale „ 

Gracevllle 

Grand Ridge 

Greenwood _,. 

Jackson County 






Sebrlng 

Tampa 

Tnmpa 

Brandon .... 

Tampa » 

Tampa 

Tampa 

Tnmpa 

Plant City , 
Plant City 
Plant City . 

Tampa 

Turkey Creek 

Tampa 

Wlmauma 

Tampa 

Bonifay 

Bonlfay 

Ponce de Leon 

Graceville 

Dady 

Fellsmere 

Vero Beach .... 

Afford „.._ 

Campbell ton .... 

Cottondale 

Oracevllle 

Grand Ridge .. 

Greenwood 

Marianne _ 



«-Tr. Jr.-Sr. _.. 

3-Yr. A-Jr. - 

3-Yr. A-Jr 

8-Yr Jr.-dr 

8-Yr. A-Jr. 

8-Yr. Sr. 

S-Yr. Br. 

3-Yr, A-Jr. 

a-Yr. A-Jr. 

3-Yr. Br 

a-Yr. B-Jr. 

3-Yr. A-Jr, 

U-Yr, Jr,-Br 

3-Yr. A-Jr _ 

fl-Yr. Jr.-Sr 

3-Yr. A-Jr, 

S-Yr. Jr.-Sr 

8-Yr Jr.-Br 

S-Yr Jr.-Sr 

8-Yr Jr.-Sr 

S-Yr Jr.-Sr 

8-Yr Jr.-Sr 

8-Yr. Jr.-Sr 

4-Tr. B-Jr. 

8-Yr Jr.-Sr. 

8-Yr Jr.-Br. „, _. 

B-Yr Jr.-Sr 

4-Yr. B-Jr. _..„ „ 

8-Yr. Jr.-Sr 

8-Yr. Jr.-Br. „ 



Samuel Long 

T. R. Robinson .... 
!■'. It Pnderwood 
K. F. Mc-Lane 

C. P. Peters 

B. E. Jeter 

Vivian Gnlther .... 
V. D. Beck nor .... 
Mian Mnrv L Tomlln 

R. L. Carter 

W. H. Potter ......... 

D. W. Waters 

I.. B. Swntts 

F, C. Crowe 

A. (■;, Riley 

Miss Pauline Bush 

B. B. Riddle 

ft. A. Williams 

C. P. Schiller 

W. A. Rlggart 

J. Q. Wllllarps 

L. C. Clements 

Mies Clotllde Smith 

J. P. Cone 

J, ». Milton 

F. N. Whtgham . 

D. R. Allen 

A, R. Morrow 

S. E. Hand 

E. T. Denmark 



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Lafayette 



Lee 

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Levy ... 



Liberty 
Madison 

Manatee 



Marion 



Magnolia. .. 

Mai one 

Bneada 

Aucllla 

Monti cello 
Wacissa .... 
Day 



Lafayette County .. 
Clermont-Minneola 

Eustls 

Qroveland 

Lessburg — 

Mt. Dora _ 

Tavares 

Umatilla 

Alva 

Boca Grande 

Ft, Myers Junior .... 
Ft. Myers Senior .... 
Florida (FSCW) .... 

Leon County 

Woodvllle 

Bronson 

Cedar Keys 

Chiefland 

Morrlston 

Willtston 

Liberty County 

Greenville 

Madison 

Pinetta ..„ 

Bra den ton 

Manatee ....... 

Myakka City „....,« 

Oneco „.™ 

Palmetto 

Anthony „ 

Belle view . 

Du nnellon 

East Marion 



Marianna 

Malone , 

Snends - 

Aucilla .» 

Monti cello 

Wacissa ™...„ _ 

Day 

Mayo 

Clermont 

Eustls 

Groveland ...... 

Leesburg 

Mt. Dora 

Tavares 

Umatilla 

Alva __ 

Boca Grande 

Ft, Myers 

Ft. Myers 

Tallahassee „ 

Tallahassee 

Woodvllle 

Bronson 

Cedar Keys ...... 

Chlefland „ 

Morrlston _. » 

WlHIston . 

Bristol 

Greenville 

Lee 

Madison _._.__„ 

Pinetta ......._..., 

Brad en ton »™ 

Manatee 

Myakka City 

Oneco 

Palmetto ,. 

Anthony , 

Be lie view ._._-....... 

Dunnellon 

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Jr.-Sr. 

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B-Jr, ., 
B-Jr, .. 

Sr 

Jr.-Sr. 
Jr.-Sr, 
Jr.-Sr. 
Jr.-Sr. 
Jr.-Sr, 
Jr.-Sr. 

Sr 

Jr.-Sr, 
Jr.-Sr, 
A-Jr. .. 

Sr. 

Jr.-Sr. 
Jr.-Sr. 
B-Jr. ,. 
Jr.-Sr. 
Jr.-Sr. 
Jr.-Sr. 
B-Jr. .. 
Jr,-8r 

Br. 

Jr.-Sr. 
B-Jr. .. 
Jr.-Sr. 
Jr.-Sr. 
Jr.-Sr. 
B-Jr. .. 
Jr.-Sr. 
B-Jr. .. 
Jr.-Sr. 
Jr.-Sr. 
B-Jr. ,. 
Jr.-Sr. 
Jr .-Sr. 



A. J. Stevens. Jr. .... 

H. D. Hagler 

I, B. Cody 

C. T, Davles 

W. J, Bullock 

R. A, Sparks „.,-. 

J. C. Hill . 

A. H. Went worth .,., 

A. D. Fleshman 

F. J. Banning 

E. L. Beeson 

J. F, Arnold 

D. D. Roseborough ., 
P. F. Colbert 

D. P. Rollins „.. 

H. T. Raymond „ 

W. C. Chlnn 

E. P. Greene 

S. H. Ellison , 

R. B, Parsons 

M. L. Stone 

J, J. Bond 

J. D. Klrkland. Jr. .. 

A. J. G, Wetla 

E. E. Hamilton 

Miss Vida Hardee .. 
C. E. Duvall „.... 

R. Summers 

W. Persons 

C. Matheny .... 

R. Jones 

M. Black 

B. Qullllan 

A, Rowlett 

H, Flowers .... 

A. L Brodle 

Oscar Bmith 

M. L. Chapman . 
E. L. Williams ,.,. 
O. C. Roberts 

B. W. Spur „ , 



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COUNTY 



NAMES OP SCHOOL 



POST OFFICE 



CLA8SIF1 CATION 



PRINCIPAL 



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Monroe 

Nansu 

Oknloosa 



Okeechobee 

Orange 



Osceola ......... 

Palm Beach 



Fellowship 

Ocala - ..... 

Roddick 

Summerfleld 
Welrsdale .... 

Stuart 

Warfleld _,... 
Key "Want .... 

Callahan 

Fernandina 

Hllllard 

Baker 

Creetvlew .... 

Holt 

Laurel Hill .. 

Nlcevllle 

Okeechobee .. 
Apopka _........ 

Cherokee 

Lake view .... 

He mortal 

Ocoee 

Orlando 

Pine Castle 
Union Park .. 
Winter Park .... 
Osceola County 

St. Cloud 

Boynton ..... 

Connlston Road 



Deals, RFD 

Ocala — -..i.— 

Reddlck 

SummerfleUl 

Welrsdale 

Stuart 

Indinntown ._._..._, 

Key West ... 

Callahan , 

Fernandlna .... 

Hllllard 

Baker 

Crestview 

Holt 

Laurel Hill 

Nlcevllle , 

Okeechobee 

Apopka 

Orlando -._..,. 

Winter Garden .... 

Orlando 

Ocoee 

Orlando ... 

Pine Castle 

Orlando 

Winter Park 

Klsslmmee 

St. Cloud 

Boynton _ 

West Palm Beach 



ti-Yr 
8-Yr 
«-Yr, 
«-Yr 
6-Yr 
6-Yr. 
3-Yr. 
6-Yr, 
6-Yr 
4-Yr. 
6-Yr, 
fl-Yr. 
6-Yr, 
HYr. 
4-Yr. 
e-Yr 
6-Yr, 
6-Yr 
3-Yr. 
«-Yr 
3-Yr. 
6-Yr 
3-Yr. 
4Yr. 
4Yr. 
6-Yr 
«-Yr 
6-Yr 
«-Yr. 
3-Yr 



Jr,-Sr. 
Jr.-Sr. 
Jr.-Sr. 
Jr.-Sr. 
Jr,-9r. 
Jr.-Sr. 
B-Jr. ~ 
Jr.-Sr. 
Jr.-Sr, 

Br 

Jr.-Sr. 
Jr.-Sr. 
Jr.-8r, 
B-Jr. .. 

Br. 

Jr.-Sr. 
Jr.-Sr. 
Jr.-Sr. 
A-Jr. .. 
Jr.-Sr. 
A-Jr. .. 
Jr.-Sr. 

Br 

B-Jr. .. 
B-Jr. .. 
Jr.-Sr. 
Jr.-Sr. 
Jr.-Sr. 
Jr.-Sr. 
B-Jr. .. 



Broward Lovell .... 
J. Colin English .. 

II, G. Beck 

P. E, Head 

Jennings Rou 

Joel Nnlley 

M. P, Gelger 

Horace O' Bryant 

8, D. Padgett 

R. W. Van Brunt 

It. K. Kptlng . 

!t. K. Allison 

W, J. Stuckey 

A. V. Withers 

W. I, Lee 

J. Z. Waldtng 

Whiter Roberts .... 

H. J. Unify _ 

J. B. Bookhardt .. 
Mrs. J. S. Klrton 

O. R. Davis .„ 

R. O. Pitman 

W. R, Boone .~ 

J. R Qlover ™ 

J. E. Waggon- r .... 

R. J. Lehman _. 

D. B. Shaver 

L F. Rutledge 

L. B. Crane _ 

Mrs. Marie Wilson 



Be- 
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190 

SO 

60 
184 

22 
619 
1M 

79 
105 
20B 
163 

4« 

91 

91 
222 
191 
(49 
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166 
943 
120 

40 
36S 
332 
Z\1 

83 
131 



Paaeo 

Plnellns 



Polk 



Del ray _„_». 

Jupiter ~..-.™. ______ 

Lake Worth 

Northboro 

Puhokee 

Palm Beach 

Palm Beach County 

Riviera _ „ 

South Bay ._. 

West Gate ______ 

Gulf 

Lacoocttee 

Pmaco County 

Clearwater Junior .... 
Clearwater Senior .... 
DlHBtDn 



Dunedln .............. 

Largo — 

Lealman 

Mirror Lake 

Pnlm Hnrbor .... 
St. Petersburg 

Smith Side 

Tarpon Springs 

Auburndale 

Bartow 

Brewster 

Davenport 

Eagle Ijflk* 

Fort Meade 

FroMpronf 

Griffin 

Hainan City 

lllghliind City .. 

Kathleen _ 

Lake Alfred 

Lakeland ... 

Lake Wales . — 
Mulberry 



Delray Beach ™„, 

Jupiter 

Lake Worth 

West Palm Beach _., 

Pahokee , 

Palm Beach 

West Palm Beach _ 

. Riviera _ ,. 

South Bay .__ 

West Palm Beach 

New Port Rlchey .... 

Lacoochee — __._. 

Dade City 

Clearwater _ 

Clearwater _„„„,._ 
Gulfport-St. Peters- 
burg' 

Dunedln 

Lareo 

St, Petersburg 

St. Petersburg 

Palm Harbor ™_, 

St. Petersburg 

St. Petersburg 

Tarpon Springs 

Auburndale 

Bartow .... .._ _. 

Brewster „ 

Davenport 

Eagle Lake 

Fort Meade 

Frostproof 

Lakeland 

Haines City _ „ 

Highland City 

Kathleen ______ 

l^ake Alfred 

Lakeland ______ 

Lake Wales 

Mulberry _______ 

Pierce ........ ........ ■._...»_•. 



\'r 
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Yr. 
Vr 
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Yr. 
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Yr. 
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■Yr. 
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Yr. 

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■Yr. 

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Yr. 

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Yr. 

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Yr 

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Jr.-Sr. 
Jr.-8r. 
Jr.-Sr, 
B-Jr, .. 
Jr.-Sr. 
R-Jr. .. 
Jr. -Br. 
B-Jr. .. 
Jr.-Sr. 
B-Jr. .. 
Jr.-Sr. 
B-Jr. .. 

Or 

A -Jr. _ 

St. _... 

A-Jr. .. 
B-Jr. .. 

Jr.-Sr. 
A -Jr. .. 
A-Jr. ,. 
B-Jr. .. 

Br 

A-Jr, .. 
Jr. -Br, 
Jr.-Sr. 
Jr.- Br. 
Jr.-Sr. 
B-Jr. .. 
B-Jr. .. 
Jr.-Sr. 
Jr.-Sr, 
B-Jr. .. 
Hr, _.... 
B-Jr. .. 

Sr. 

Jr.-Sr. 
Jr. -Br, 
Jr.-Sr 
Jr. -Br. 
B-Jr .. 



C. H. Lander _ 

M. M. Greene 

L. M. Hamblln 

Mrs. Margaret Macauley.. 

E. E. Bishop _.__ 

Mrs. Clara. Capron 

H. L Watklns 

Mrs. Hazel Nordin 

Ned Kocher 

Mrs Ethel King ™„ 

M. G. Donaldson ....... 

Murk St, Clair ___. 

P. T. Delavan 

N. M. Fa u Ids 

K. W. McMullen 

C. M. I'hllllpa 

J. c. Hall 

R, J. Knight 

M. V. Tipton 

G. B Fugultt 

H, P. Detamater __,. 

A. J. Gelger ........................ 

A. R. Ruse „ 

J. W. Walker 

J. M. Crowell _______ 

A. L, Vergason .._ 

M. R. Wooton 

T. W. Brown. Jr. 

Miss Mildred Swearlngen 

T. O. Wnlker 

W. B. Yates 

Ojmr Byrd 

J. T. Kelley 

R. D. Mitchell 

B. L. Hsnselman .- 

J. P. Turner ™ 

T. J. Poppell — , — 

F, B. McLaughlin .___ 

H. B. Mullen 

F. A. Stack 



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COUNTT 



Putnam — 

St. Johns .. 

St. I.uclo .... 
Santa Rosa 

Sarasota .... 
Seminole .... 

Sumlor 

Suwannee 

Taylor 



Union . 
Voluala 



NAME OF SCHOOL 



Winter Haven 

Crescent Clly 

Melrose 

Putnam ..__ 

Hastinjrs 

KetterlinuB 

St. Lucie County 

A II en town , 

Jay - 

Munson ., - 

Santa Rosa County 

Nokomls ., 

Sarasota -..«_» 

Lyman. .__ 

Ovledo 

Seminole County 

Sumter County 

Webster 

Wild wood 

Bra n ford . 

O'Brien _ 

Suwannee County „., 

Wellborn 

Carbur „. __. 

FoHy 

Taylor County 

Union County „ 

Central 

Benson Springs 

Dayton a Mainland - 



POST OFFICE 



Winter Haven , 

Crpscent City — 

Melrose 

Palatka ..-— 

Hastings 

St. Augustine 

Fort Pierce 

Milton, RFD 

Jay ... 

Munson . — 

Milton 

Nokomfe .„ 

Sarasota 

Longwood 

Ovledo ... - ... 

3an ford 

Bushnell 

Webster 

Wlldwood 

Rranford 

O'Brien 

Live Oak » 

Wellborn 

Carbur .,...., ..■„..■. 

Foley 

F»rry 

Lake Butler 

Barbervllle 

Benson Springs 

Dayton* Beach 



CLASSIFICATION 



8-Yr 
fl-Yr 
6-Yr 
B-Yr 
4-Yr 
4-Yr 

fl-Yr, 
fl-Yr 
4-Yr 
fl-Yr, 
4-Yr 

I V ( 

B-Yr, 
4-Yr, 
4-Vr 
4-Yr 
8-Yr 
fl-Yr 
4-Yr 
fl-Yr 
S-Yr 
8-Yr 
4-Yr. 
4-Yr. 
4-Yr. 
B-Yr 
4-Yr 
8-Yr, 
4-Yr, 
fl-Yr 



Jr.-Sr, 

Jr.-Sr. .... 
Jr.-Sr 

Jr,-8r 

Sr. 

Sr 

Jr.-Sr 

Jr. -Br 

Sr. 

Jr.-Sr 

Sr. 

Jr.-Sr 

Jr,-Sr 

Br, 

Sr. 

Sr. 

Jr.-Sr 

Jr.-Sr. 

Sr. 

Jr.-8r. 

B-Jr 

Jr.-Sr. .... 

B-Jr. _ 

B-Jr. 

B-Jr 

.Ir -Sr. .... 

Sr. r,.. ., 

Jr.-Sr. .... 

B-Jr. 

Jr. -Br. 



PRINCIPAL 



J, M. Leps 

J. S. Hand 

D. 8. Westburv .... 
W. W. Carter 

B. R. Poppell 

J. A. CrooKshank 
A, B. Connor 

C. F, Morris 

M. B. Gross 

8. B. Groom 

M. V. White 

O. V, Curington .. 

C. C. Strode „ 

W, J. Welli, Jr 

R. F, Cooper _ 

Q. E, Me.Kay 

W. P. Dnvldson .... 

R. O. McEwen 

O, L. House 

T. P. Maynard 

O. F. Hall 

S. N. Reeves 

C. C. Ban 

R. C. Wilder .„ 

A. R. Jackson 

C. J. Bowman 

Richard WatTen ., 
H B. Wnkefl-ld .. 
H. A. Schubiger .. 
J. B. Culpepper .... 






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119 

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61 

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165 

140 

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Walton 

Waahln»-ton 



Deland ....................... 

Holly Hill 

New Smyrna __ — __. 

Oak Hill 

Ormond 

Pleraon _ 

Port Orange 

Seabreeie 

Seville 

Crawford v We 

Sopchoppy 

Walton County 

Vernon .- 

Waahlnglon County 



Deland 

Holly Hill 

New Smyrna 

Oak Hill 

Onnond i 

Plerson 

Port Orange ~... 

Daytona B«ach _ 

Seville 

Crawford vllle 

. .. Sopch oppy 

DeFtinlak Spring-" 

Vernon 

Chlpley -- . .-~-, 



«-Yr. 
4-Yr. 
S-Yr, 
4-Yr, 
4-Yr. 
s-Yr. 
4-Yr. 
6-Yr 
f-Yr. 

i-Y? 

«-Yr. 
4-Yr. 
«-Yr. 
«-Yr 



Jr. -Br. 
B-Jr. ... 
Jr. -Br. 
B-Jr. ... 
B-Jr. ... 
Jr. -Br. 
B-Jr. ... 
Jr. -Br. 
Jr. -Br. 
Jr.-8r. 
Jr. -Br. 
Br. — 
Jr. -Br. 
Jr.-Sr. 



M, J. Parrot 

C. T. Henderson 

E, J. Bun 

T. D. Taylor 

W. B. Davta 

B. L.. Dowlina* ..- 
I,. T. Sansbury . 
H. L,. Edward _. 

J. J. Hires 

a M. Hal] 

J. T. Peacock _.. 

T. D. Balloy 

Mercer Co* 

„_J O, Ll Peacock ....„ 



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ACCREDITED HIGH SCHOOLS Continued 
NEGRO PUBLIC 



COUNTY 


NAME OP SCHOOL 


POST OFFICE 


CLASSIFICATION 


PRINCIPAL 


| 

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3 

| 

Kg 
y.-j. 


Total for State 


10 






i 190 


Dade 

t*B „.._ 

L«On imiiii,, nuiinmnjj 


Booher T. Woshlngtor 

Dunbar _ 

Florida A. & M 
College High 


Mlamt l-Yr Jr.-Sr 

Key West «*-Yr. Jr.-Sr. 

Klsslmmee 4-tr, B-Jr 

West Palm Beach 8-Yr, Jr.-Sr 

St Petersburg t.Vr .ir -Sr 


C. L, Austin 

D. C. Forrest 

G. T. Wiggins 

C. C. Walker, Jr. „, „.- 

Ijimar Fortl 

C. C. Walker, Sr ..... 

S. M, MoMley „ „.. 

K. W. Murray .„ 

S. L. Gore 


« 

1 
4 
IS 
IE 
S 
■ 
3 


122S 
IBS 

, 110 


Monroe ., 

Osceola ™ 

Pinellas _ „_ 


Douglas 

Industrial , 

Glbbs 


161 

eo 

604 
495 


Polk „,_.„. 


Washington Park 
Lake Helen _ 


Bartow 


6-Yr Jr.-Sr. .. 


173 




«-Yr' Jr. -Br 


2S! 


Vol unit .„..„,„ 


4-Yr! B-Jr 


38 



NEGRO PRIVATE 



Total for State . 


a 






191 


196 


Marlon iM ,„ , . M . 
St. Johns 

Volusia 


Fesaenden Academy - 
Florida Normal & 
Industrial Institute - 
Beth une- Cook man .... 


.'Davtnna Beach 


S-Yr. Jr.-Sr 

I-Yr. Sr. 

I-Yr. Sr. ] 


R. S. Sims _. . 

W. D. Thomas 

J. A. Bond „ 


8 | 

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91 

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FOR THE YEAR 1936-36 
WHITE PUBLIC SCHOOLS 



COUNTY 


• NAME OP SCHOOL 


POST OFFICE 


CLASSDTICATION 


* 

PRINCIPAL. 


1 

■ 


3 


Total for State 


11 


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Bradford - 


Brookar „,._...„ _™™_. 

DeSoto County 

West Shore 

Sebastian ,„,,,„„,,.„ 

Bon 1 la Springs 




J-Tr B-Jr, 

t-Yr. Jr.-Sr. 

1 -Yr B-Jr, .... 

3-Yr B-Jr 


R. R. Klnard 1 


11 






14 
1 
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1 
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1 
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1 

4 


242 


Hillsborough ....... 


Port Tampa City ....... 

Bonits Borings .„._._ 
Center Hill 


Mrs. Edna Hennessee .... 
Mian Haiel Holtzclnw .... 
EL C. Thompson 

H. 0. Wilson ^. 

B. L Walker 

H. L. Jones ... ............ 

Kdfrar Wesley „™„ m ™ 
T. B, Wl Ik arson „. 


41 
19 


L*fl ~ ™. 

Pasco in ™. 


3-Yr B-Jr, 

4-Yr. B-Jr. - 

4-Yr. B-Jr. 

4-Yr, BJr. _ « 

4-Yr, B-Jr. 


IS 

56 




Center Hill 

Cabbage Grove 

Darlington __™ 

Glendale 

Liberty , 


59 


Taylor . ............ 

Walton .„„_.-» 


DePunlak Springs 

RFD . 

DePunlak Springs 


SB 

38 

31 
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Total for State 

Alachua ... 

Duval _ 

Hillsborough .... 

Orange 

Polk 

St. Johns 

St. Lucie 

Suwannee 
Volusia „ 



NAME OF SCHOOL 



11 

Lincoln . 

Stanton 

Booker T. Washington 

Mlddieton 

Jones ,. _ - 

Polk County Training, 

Excelsior ..- ..... 

Lincoln Park 

Academy 

Douglas - - 

Campbell Street . 

Rlgby 



POST OFFICE 



Gainesville 

Jacksonville .... 
Tampa .............. 

Tampa . 

Orlando 

Florence Villa 
St. Augustine 



Ft, Pierce 

Live Oak „ _ 

Dayton a Boach 
Ormond 



CLASSIFICATION 



6-Yr Jr.-Sr. 

i-Tr. Br 

8-Tr B-Jr. . 

S-Yr. Sr, 

(-Yr. Jr.-Sr. 
4-Yr. B-Jr. . 
S-Yr. Jr.-sr. 

B-Yr, Jr.-Sr 

8-Yr Jr. -Br. 
6-Yr. Jr.-Sr. 
4-Yr. B-Jr. . 



PRINCIPAL 



* '£ 



A. Q. J ones .„ 

F. J. Anderson 

H. W. Blake 

S, H. NVweome ■■■■■ 

C. W. Banks 

J. W. Williams. Jr. 
J. B. Williams 

W. M, Peterson 

D. T. Jones 

T. D. Dansby 

J. A. Colston 



124 



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29 
17 
10 
14 
6 
9 



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14 

4 



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3962 

101 
1088 
8SS 
273 
407 
74 
260 

171 
37 

410 
55 



NEGRO PRIVATE SCHOOLS 



Duval 



..I Edward Waters 
1 College High .... 



.lJacksonvill<> 



Jl. 



IR. H. Cook. Jr. 



138 



ACCREDITED ELEMENTARY SCHOOLS 



FOR THE YEAR 1935-36 

Group I — A school of ten or more teachers. Group III — A school of three to six teachers. 

Group tl — A school of six to nine teachers. Group IV— A school of one or two teachers. 

A Limited Standard School meets all required points and at least 25% of the flexible points, but the build- 
ing need not measure up to all modern specifications, 

A Regulation standard School meets all required points and 25% ol the flexible, points. 

A Superior Standard School meets all required points and 75% of the flexible points. 

(For requirements for standardization see Standards for Florida Elementary Schools, published by the State 
Department of Public Instruction, August 1, 1935.) 

WHITE PUBLIC SCHOOLS 





NAME) OF SCHOOL 


POST OFFICE 


PRINCIPAL 


CLASSIFICATION 


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Rank 


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647 






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12!'.:<54 


Alachua. . 


•Alachua ........ 

* Archer ___, 


Alflchua 

Archer 

Gainesville R. R. _.~ 

Alachua R. R. ....... 

Gainesville „..___ — 

Hawthorn ____ _— _. 

High SprlnK* 

Island Grove — — 


M. 0. Worthlngton 

T. 8. Wetherington ™ 
Miss Eula Lee McKlnney.. 

W. B. Abernethy 

Mrs. H. G. Metcalfe 

J. H. P. Thomas ... 

A. M. Singtetary 

Mrs. Ida Print- 

C. L. Pridg*n, Jr. 

J. H. Dew 

U. R. Matthews .... „.„ 


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IV 

in 

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ii 

IV 

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Retaliation 

Regulation 

Limited. 

Regulation 

Regulation 

Recula tlon 

Limited 

Regulation 

Regulation 

Regula tlon 


8 
4 
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15 
6 
1 
1 
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4 
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1-6 
1-8 

1-4 
1-1 

1-8 
1-4 
1-8 
1-8 
1-6 
1-8 
!-• 


180 
18 




Forest Grove „. 

Gainesville ....... 

■Hawthorn 

*Hl«-h Spring* _. 

Island Grove . 


88 

U04 

188 

131 

58 

•5 






Mlcanopy 

Newberry — 


118 




•Newberry ___——_ J 


105 



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ACCREDITED ELEMENTARY SCHOOLS— Continued 



COUNTY 



Baker .... 

Bay 

Bradford 
Brevard 

Broward 



NAME OP SCHOOL 



POST OFFICE 



PRINCIPAL 



CLASSIFICATION 



Rank 



P. K. Yonga Lab- 
oratory „. 

Santa Fe 

Waldo „., 

Glen St. Mary 

•Macclenny ..„„„.« 

Oluntce , 

•Sanderson 

Lynn Haven 

Panama City 

St. An draws 

Hampton ............. 

•tAwtoy _ 

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B. A. Crudup 

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Miss Evelyn Turner 

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H. K. Bule „,-..._,„.„ 

D. G. McMullen 

E, V, Jones 

C. B. Bowles 

Ernest Bridges 

J. C. Mitchell 

H. P. Chambers 

J. F. Eastham 

Roy Dicks ... 

O. V. Witt 

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J. A. Wheeler 

Miss Clarlbel Cason 

B. H. Hayes .. ...... 

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Miss Abigail Gllday 

Miss Gertrude Shaffner . 

L. B. Sommers 

Miss Bessie McDonald .... 
Mrs. Rose Williamson ... 

B. M. Hind man „ 

Miss Lorraine Garfunkel. 

L. B. Sommers .~ 

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Miss Lulu Csdie - 

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Miss Katie Dean , « 

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S«nta Clara -.. 

Shadow lawn 

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Silver Bluff 

South Miami 

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West Little River 

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Brownsville 

Port Ogden 

Memorial ____ 

Noon tee _ . 

Oak Hill 

Owens ... 

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Miami -„ 

Miami 

Miami 

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Miami ., .. 

Miami 

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Homestead .... 

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Miami „_ 

South Miami .. 

Miami 

Miami 

North Miami .. 
Brownsville .... 
Fort Ogden .... 

Arcadia — 

Nocatee 

Arcadia 

Arcadia, RFD 

Arcadia 

Arcadia .......... 

Cross City 

Shamrock 

Old Town _ 



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Mrs. Mary Franklin 

Mrs. Wllda F. Faust 

J. B. Davidson 

Mrs. Bertha Webb 

R, H. Terry 

Mrs. Alice w. Crawford.. 

T. A. Holton 

Carl Wagner 

Mrs. Elsie 1 VI iriiy 

Miss Olga Benson 

Mrs. Florence Golds- 
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Mrs. Draco D. Provln .... 

Miss "Verna Merrltt 

Frank Sandhammer 

Miss Laura Leenhouta .. 

G E, Bartholomew 

F. E. Lane 

I j. P. Mercer 

L. H. Hancock 

Mlsa Agnes Turner 

C. E. McCormlck - „ 

J, A. Wllklns 

O. R. Johnson 

Mrs. Ethel D. Hendry . 

Mrs. Marie Carlton 

W. B. Feagle 

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Grand Fnrk 

Jacksonville Beach 

Lackawanna 

Loretto -... 

Mattle V. Rutherford 

Maxville - 

Murray Hill 

New Springfield - 

Northeast Springfield 

Norwood . . 

Ortega ... 

Panama Park 

Pickett 

Ribault -.. . 

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Whitehouse „ „., 

Woodstock Park ... 
Agnes McReynolds 

A. K. Buter 

Annie McMillan .... 
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Jacksonville .... 

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Jacksonville „ 

Jacksonville ............. 

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Pensacola 

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Pensacola ...._ .... 

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C. E. Saunders 

Miss Bessie Williams 

Miss Katherlne Sproult.... 

Mrs. Belle Kennlston 

N. B. Fouraker .— 

Mrs. Marie Mott 

R, N. Brown 

P Brooke _ — — 

Mrs, E. M. Bogart 

J. A Axson 

D. L. Wilson 

A. K. Roberts _._....._ 

M, C. Hood. Jr. 

Miss Nellie Cooke 

Miss Debbie Phillips 

Miss Ruth, N. Upson 

Miss Annie Seaman 

M, J. Nash _ ... 

Miss Margaret Fairlle .... 
Mrs. Annie W. Neighbors 
Miss Lola Culver ........ 

B. C. Wright ~ 

G. A. Wilson 

Mrs. Annie L, Housh ~ 

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J. G. Fulford -....- 

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C. A. McCully „. - 

Mrs. Florence B. Wiley.... 
Miss Florence L. Hughes 

Miss Beulah Beal 

C. H. Harris „. 

Miss Annie Morgan 

Miss Ocele Clubbs .... 

Miss Sadie Coiey „.„. 

Miss Eva Waters 

Miss Pauline Reese .... 

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POST OFFICE 



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•Century 

Cottage Hill 

Eliza. Jane Wllaon 

Ensley 

•Ernest Ward 

Ferry Pass 

Me David , 

•Molino Consolidated . 

N. B, Cook 

P. K. Yonge 

Pleasant Grove .... 

Sabra. H, Collins 
•Tale Agricultural 

Turner- Lee -Day 
•Bunnell 

Flagler Beach 

•Carrabelle 

•Apalachicola 

•Chattahoochee .... 

Federal Roads .... 

•Greensboro 

•Havana , 

•Mt. Pleasant 

Midway 

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•Bell 

•Trenton 

Bear Beach 

Bee Branch 



Bluff Springs 

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Cottage Hill 

Pensacola 

Pensacola, RFD 

Walnut Hill 

Pensacola, RFD 

MdDavld 

Molino 

Pensacola 

Pensacola „ , 

Pensacola. RFD 

Pensacola 

Gonzalez 

New "Warrington 

Bunnell „ 

Flagler Beach 

Carrabelle 

Apalachicola , 

River Junction .... 

Quincy. RPD 

Greensboro 

Havana „..„ 

Mt. Pleasant 

Midway „ , 

Quincy .„ 

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Trenton , 

I^akeport „.™„ 

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T. B. Shell 

Mrs. Nannie Hollfield 

Miss Kathleen Morrison.... 

C. N. Wetler 

J. L. Hun 

Athe! Crowson 

Mrs. Modena Bradley ........ 

J. R. Medlock _ 

Miss Ethel Suter 

Mrs. W. H, Crawford 

T. J. Anderson 

Mrs. Hilda Struck 

O. A. Strange 

Miss Clara Stokes „ 

P. E. Peters 

G. R. Benson 

Leo L, Boles ....„.,_ 

W. H. Marshall „. 

J. E, Williams m 

C. C. Blair 

G. H. Mears 

D. G. Burns 

F. A. Rhodes 

Mm. Inez J. Daughtry 

J. A. Shanks , 

L. E. Edeafleld 

P. L. Peaden 

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'Jasper :. 

•Jennings ... 

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Wauehula 

Zralfo Springs 

•Clewiston 

•LaBelle 

•Brooksvllle 

•Avon Park 

•Lake Placid 

•Sebring 

A. Li. Cuesta 

•Ballast Point 

B. C. Graham , 

•Brandon 

Buffalo Avenue 

Citrus Park 

Cleveland 

DeSoto 

Esther D. Burney .. 

Gary _ 

Gorrie 

Henry Mitchell .„ 

John Kenly 

Macfarlnne Park .... 

N. B. Broward 

Oak Park 

Orange Grove 

Palm River — . 

Philip Shore ..., 

Robert R. Lee 

Roosevelt 

Seminole 

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Stonewall Jackson 

Tampa Bay Blvd 

Thomas A, Edison 
Thomas Jackson .... 



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Palmdale ......... 

Port St. Joe ..... 

Wewachltehka 

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Jennings 

White Springs . 

Wauehula ..... 

Zolfo Springs . 

Clewiston .„ 

LaBelle ............ 

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Avon Park 

Lake Placid 

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Tampa 

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Tampa 

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J. F. Houek 

Miss Evelyn Burhane 

D. Q. McPherson 

H. A. Whltton 

J. a. Hodges 

J. A. Stephens 

3, B, Howell 

Miss Ruth Southerland ... 

IV. W. Watta 

W. L, Beacon _.. 

G. E. Hoyer 

K. B. Halt „. 

R. T. Falrey » 

M. M. Ferguson 

Samuel Long 

F, M. Foulks 

T. R. Robinson 

Miss Lillian Gwin 

0. F. McLane ;. 

Miss Ethel King „..., -. 

W. A. Milton „..„ 

Mrs. Florence Gray 

Mrs. Lassie Shaw ........... 

Mrs. Julia P. Miller 

J. T Hoffman 

Miss La Verne Nelson 

Miss Mettle Jordan 

Mrs. Anne Hsrtman 

Miss Bertha McDonald ... 
Mrs. Margaret Bom ford... 

Miss Edna Bnssett 

Mrs. Mary Kent 

C. W. Cannon 

T. H. Langston _._ 

Mrs. Luneta Fleagle 

Miss Mabel Nelson «... 

Mrs. Allle M. Hammond. 

W. H. Potter „ 

Miss Edna Loving 

Mrs. Edna Hodges 

Mrs. Elisabeth Cone .. 

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Indian River 



Jackson 



Jefferson 



NAME OF SCHOOL, 



•Turkey Creek 

Twin Lakes 

V M. Ybor 

W. B. Henderson .... 

Win, Jennings Bryan 

Wm. Jennings Bryan 
•Wfmauma 

Woodrow Wilson 

•Bethlehem „,.,. 

•Bonlfay „ 

•Ponce de I^eon ,„.__„ 

•Poplar Springs „ 

•Lennla „ „_ 

•Fellsmere _,... 

•Vero Baach 

Wra basso 

Winter Beach 

•Alford 

•Campbellton 

•Cottondale 

•Graeeville „ 

•Grand Ridge 
•Greenwood 
•Magnolia .. 
•Ma lone 

Marlanna ., 

•Sneada 

•Audita 

Bethel 

•Monticelln 



POST OFFICE 



Turkey Creek .. 

Tampa 

Tampa 

Tampa 

Tampa 

Plant City 

Wlmauma 

Plant City 

Bonlfay 

Bonlfay .............. 

Ponce de Leon 

Graceville 

Dady „ 

Fellsmere 

Vero Beach 

Wa basso 

Winter Beach .. 

Alford 

Oampbellton 

Cottondale _ 

Graceville 

Grand Ridge 

Greenwood 

Marlanna 

Mnlone ...„„,„™ 

Marlanna 

Sneads 

Aucltla „. 

Monticetio 

Monticello - 



PRINCIPAL 



L. IS, Swatts 

Henry Claywell ....„ 

J. L. Mcintosh 

Miss Mamie Gramling 
Mrs. Virginia Chapman 

Mrs. Jane May 

A. B, Riley 

Miss Lulu Mills 

HI, B. Riddle 

R. A. Williams 

C. P. Schiller _ 

W. A. Biggart 

J. Q. Williams 



L. C Clements ....„..___ 

Miss Clotllde Smith 

Mrs. Meta H. Cheaser 

C. D, Knowles 

J, P. Cone 

T. D. Milton 

F. N. Whfgham 

D. R. Allen 

A. R. Morrow _ 

9. E. Hand 

A. J. Stevens. Jr. .._ 

H. D. Hagler 

R. H. Poaton 

1, B Cody 

H. T. D&vtes _ 

Miss Blanche Blllnskl 

~ W. J. Bullock 



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J. C. Hill 

A. H. Wentworth 

Mrs. Mildred Faulkner .... 

A. D, Fleshman „ 

F. J. Banning 

Mrs. Sue C. Brown 

E. L. Beeson 

Mrs Mlldrad F. Charfln.... 

T. F. Skeen 

Mrs. N'elle C. Skeen .... 

Mlas Dorotha Lee Folsom 

D, D. Roseborough 

Mrs. Myra Sanders 

P. F, Colbert 

D F. Rollins 

H. T. Raymond 

Mis* Irby Clay 

W. C. Chinn 

Mrs. Edna K. Burhans .... 
Mrs, Marie H. Blanehet..., 

Mrs. Taenia S. LelCeste 

Miss Pearl Bulloch 

Mrs. Harry Cooper — 

Miss Cecil Hamilton 

Miss Bertha Mae Btulpner 
Mrs. Llllte D. Barron .... 
Mrs. Ferris W, Regie y .... 

Mrs. Grace Davia 

Mrs. Lorn Belle Hayes .... 

A. ID. Shearer 

R. B. Parsons 

R. C. Moon - 

J. J. Bond 

J. D Kirkland. Jr. __ 

A. J. G. Wells 

E. E. Hamilton 

Miss Vlda Hardee .„._ 

C. E. Duvall ..,., 



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II Superior 

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IV Regulation 

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COUNTY 



Manatee 



Marion 



NAME OF SCHOOL, 



POST OFFICE 



Liberty „. 

Madison ■- 



Bristol , 

Sumatra 

•Greenville 

•Lee „..„, 

•Madison 

•Plnetta ...... 

Anna Maria 

Ballard . 

Bethany , 

Cortez 

Duett Consolidated 

Ellenton 

•Manatee _ _, 

•Myakka City 

•Oneco ... 

Talma Sola 

•Palmetto 

Palmvlew 

Parish 

Prospect ~ 

Samoeet 

Terra Ceia 

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•Fellowship - 

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Bristol 

Sumatra 

Greenville 

Lee 

Madison 

Plnetta 

Anna Maria . 
Bradenton 

Myakka City 

Cortet 

Ft. Green 

Ellenton 

Manatee 

Myakka City 

Oneco 

Pa I ma Sola ... 

Palmetto 

Palmetto 

Parish 

Tails vast 

Snmoset 

Terra Cela ... 

Anthony 

Belleview 

Dunnellon 

Lynnl 

Oca la. RFD , 

Mcintosh 

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PRINCIPAL 



CLASSIFICATION 



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Mrs. Beatrice Tolar 

C. W. Persona 

C, C. Matheny 

T. R. Jones 

R, M. Black 

Mrs, Lena R. Phelps .... 
Mrs. Blanche H Daugh 

trey 

Mre. Orrte Hyman 

J. H. Blackburn , 

Mrs, Agnes Wllklns 

Mrs. Buens, L. Meade .. 

C, A. Rowlett , , 

A. H, Flowers 

A. L, Brodle 

Mrs, Ida M, Stewart .... 

Oscar Smith 

Mrs. C. H. Norman 

Mrs. Lela Mae Parrlsh 
Mrs. Vivian Mercer .... 

Miss Mabel Hsger 

Mrs W. A, Halsey 

M. it. Chapman ..„ 

B. U Williams 

G. C. Roberts - 

B. W. Spear „..„ 

Broward Lovell 

.T, E Brown _ 

Miss Carrie Holly 



Regulation.. 
Regulation.. 
Regulation.. 
Regulation.. 
Regulation.. 
Regulation., 
Regulation.. 

Superior 

Regulation.. 
Regulation.. 
Regulation.. 
Regulation., 

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Rarton Lake ... 

Beulah 

Rlthlo 

Concord Park . 

Conwny 

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Palrvllln .».„„„■ 

Ootha 

Grand Avenue 

Hlllcrest 

Txickhim „ 

Maltiand 

Marks Street . 
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Orlovlata ........... 

Parental Home 



Ocala .. 

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Ocklnwaha , 

Red dick 

Summerfleld ... . 

Wei rsd a ie 

Hobe Sound 

Salerno „ 

Stuart 

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Rig Pine 

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Key West 

Rock Harbor ... 

Ta vernier _ 

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Holt ,..,. 

Laurel Hill 

Nlcevlile 

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Rlthio 

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Orlando 

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Ootha 

Orlando 

Orlando . 

Oriindo, RFD .. 

Mnltland 

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W. H. Biahop 

Mias Edith Griffin 

Mra. H. 8. Wcaioi) _. 

D. a. Beck , 

P. B Head . „ 

Jennings Rou _._ 

Mra. Edna Coutanl „_ 

Mrs. fimmn II Kindred.... 

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M. P. Oelger „ 

Mra. Sue M. Moor* 

W, C. Duncan 

W. C. Duncan _ 

J. H. Russell .... 

C. C. Albury 

S. D. Padgett „ 

R. W. Van Brunt 

R. E. Eptlng 

R. E. Allison 

W. J. Stuckev „ ,-„_ 

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W. I. Lee 

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Walter Roberts 

H. J. Laney 

Vfl«a Carolyn Perkins ...... 

Mrs. M. M. Fata . 

B. Tarry .. 

s. M»ll»aa Stafford 

Ins Mamie Fugata „ 

Mias Harriet Robinson .... 

M. L. Ivey „ 

Mra. Mattle H. Farmer .... 

Mra. Annie B. J-ord 

Mrs. Edna W. Glenaon .... 

I j. H. Perkins 

Mra. B J. Reeves ., 

Mias Ethel M. Cornwrlght 
R. O. Pitman __ 

E. J. lAney _.. ..... 

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Palm Bwrh 



•Pine Castle ™ _ 

Princeton 

Taft 

Tangerine 

Tlldenvlllo 

Union 

■Union Park 

Vlneland 

West Central 

Windermere ..„„ 

Winter Garden 

Winter Park 

Zellwood 

Emma Yowell _ 

Kennnsvllle ...,™....., 
Klsslmmee Central 

•Bt, Cloud „ 

Belle Glade 

Boca Raton 

•Boynton 

Canal Point —_ 

Central ,,,,,, „ 

•Delray _ 

Oreenacrea _ ., 

•Jupiter . 

Kelaey City , 

I -an Una Hypoluxo 
Loxaha tehee 

•Northboro 



Pine Castle .... 

Orlando .-. 

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Tangerine 

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Ft. Christmas 

Orlando 

Vlneland 

Orlando — 

Windermere .... 
Winter Garden 
Winter Park ... 

Ze II wood — 

Klsslmmee 

Kenanavllle 
Klssfmmee 
St. Cloud .... 
Belle Glade 
Boca Raton 
Boynton 



Canal Point .. 

West Palm Beach 

Delray Beach 

Gree nacres ™„__„ 

Jupiter 

Kelaey City — 

Lantana .......... 

Lox a hatches 

West Palm Beach 



J. R. Glover _._, 

Mrs. Ruth Compton ., 

W. J. Brown 

Mrs. Mabel Wile 

Miss Annie Connell .... 

T. N. Farabee 

J. E, Waggoner 

Mrs. Christine Bell .... 

C. L, Durrance 

Mrs. Ella Roborson .... 

Miss Jessie Brock 

H. W, Csson 

C. F. Whitney 

Miss Km ma Yowell .... 

M. E. Taylor 

Mrs. Pearile Bryan .... 

U F. Rutledge 

U W. Rartlett 

\ilsn Belle Collar 

L B. Crane ™ 

J. B. Cox _.._ 

Mrs. Gall Archer 

C. H. Lander .-. 

L. B, Fain ...... 

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Palmetto _.«.—.. 

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Southboro „ 

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West Grade ..__._„„ 
Dade City „. 

•Lacoochee ....„..__..„ 

Myrtle , 

Pierce _. 

San Antonio „..,. .„ 

Trilby 

Wesley Chapel 

Anona ..,.,. 

Bellealr 

Central 

Chllds Park .......... 

Clearvlew Avenue . 
Clearwater Sou tit 

Ward 

Coffee Pot 

Curlew 

Dunedln . 

Euclid 

Fifty-fourth Avenue 

Forest Hills 

Glenoak „. 

Gulfport , , 

Harris „_.,_..„_. 

Lakeview .,_ 

Lakewood ,.„„„,„.„—.. 

Largo 

Lealman Grade 

Lea I man Avenue 

Mt. Vernon ..„_. 

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Lake Worth 

Dade City 

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St. Petersburg ...... 

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St. Petersburg 

Largo „ 

St, Petersburg ...... 

St, Petersburg 

St. Petersburg 

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E. E. Bishop 

Mrs. Clara Capron 

Mrs, Helena Sanders .... 

Mrs. Hazel Nordin 

Ned Kocher . _ 

Mrs, Marie Wilson 

Mrs. Lillian Bottorfr .... 

Mrs. Ethel King 

Mrs, Mary H, Marks .... 

D. A. Daboll 

Mark St. Clair 

Mrs. Gertrude Godwin 

E. W. Carter , 

Mrs. Georgia Wells 

Miss Ila O'Berry „ 

E. W. Hester -.. 

Hugh Coll 

Miss Kathleen Plumb .. 
Miss Natalee Sterling .. 

Miss Mary Balnum 

Mrs. Edna J, Miller 



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Mabel Buchanan 

Estelle Cox 

Gedna Jewell ....._.__ 

Mary Llnlnger 

Dorothy Lane „„ 

Marv L. Gray „ 

Mildred Neel 

Ruth Deal 

Marie L. McAnallan 

Mildred Helms 

Pearl V. Hoffman .... 

Myrtle Lowe 

Ethel Baehman . 

Frances Belcher ..... 



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NAME OF SCHOOL 



POST OFFICE 



North Ward 

Norwood 

Oiona 

Palm Harbor 

PlnehurBt 

Rio Vista 

Roser Park 

Bern I note 

Sunshine School ... 

Tampa Shores .... 
•Tarpon Springs ... 

WeBt Central 

Woodlawn 

•Aubiirndale 

Bartow 

■Brewster 

Central Avenue ... 

Centra) Grammar 
•Davenport 

Dixieland ........ 

•Eagle Lake ■ 

Kaststde 

Florence Villa .... 

•Port Meade 

•Frostproof 

•Griffin 

Haines City 

•Highland City „..„ 

In wood 

John P. Cox 



Bl. Petersburg ... 
St. Petersburg ... 

Osona — 

Palm Harbor . 

Clearwater 

St, Petersburg .... 
St, Petersburg .... 

Largo, RFD 

Pass-a-Grllle 

Tampa Shores .... 
Tarpon Springs 
St, Petersburg .... 
St. Petersburg .... 

Auburndale ... 

Oartow 

Brewster , 

lakeland .............. 

Winter Haven ., 

Davenport « 

Lakeland ~. 

Eagle Lake 

Haines City 

Winter Haven ... 

Fort Meade 

Frostproof „„„„.„, 
Lakeland „„.__. 

Haines City 

Highland City ... 
Winter Haven _.. 
Lakeland _— . 



PRINCIPAL 



Mrs. Lulu At wood 

Mrs. Gladys Campbell 

.Mrs. Mary WIHKurd 

H. P. Delamater 

Miss Essie Roberts .... 

Miss Marie Weir 

Miss Mabel Kelso 

Mrs. Emma Campbell 

Mrs. Helen MacLeod 

Mrs. Annie Tyree , 

Miss Carrie Lee, 

Miss Helen Nlppert 

Miss Annie I. Anderson.. 

J. M. Crowell 

M. Campbell. Jr. __, 

M. B. Wooton 

T, N. Llmbaugh. Jr. ........ 

Miss Elsie Persons 

T. W. Brown. Jr 

Miss Martha Bennett 

Miss Mildred Swearlngen.. 

Mrs. Minnie Martin 

Miss Katherlne Blalock.... 

T, O. Walker _. 

W. 8. Tate* 

Oscar Byrd 

O. J. Carter 

R. D. Mitchell 

Miss Helen Simmon* ........ 

H. V. d. Tummlre 



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Lake Ann 

Lake Hamilton 

Lake Morton 

•Lake Walea 

•Mulberry 

Nichols 

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South Winter Haven. 

Wehster Avenue ... 
•Crescent City 

East Palatka 

Francis Palatka „ 

Interlachen 

Johnson , 

•Melrose „ „ , 

Palatka , 

Central Grammar 

Fullerwood 

•Hastings 

Mill Creek 

Orange Street 
Grammar , 

West Augustine .... 
•Fort Fierce 

White City 

•Ailentown , 

Bagdad 

Berryhlll 

•Jay „.._ 

•Munson 

•Milton 

Bay Haven , 

Central 

•Nokomls 

Bouthslde , 

Chuluota 

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Geneva ,....., 

Lake Mary 

Lake Monroe , 



Kathleen „ 

Lake Alfred 

Bartow, HFD .... 
Lake Hamilton 

Lakeland .... 

Lake "Wales ...... 

Mulberry 

Nichols 

Pierce 

Winter Haven .. 

Lakeland 

Creacent City .. 
Bast Palatka .... 

Palatka. 

Interlachen 

lohnson 

Melrose 

Palatka ....„ 

St. Augustine .. 
St. Augustine .. 

Hastings 

St. Augustine .. 



St. Augustine 
St. Augustine 

Fort Pierce 

Fort Pierce .... 
MiltonrRFD •■ 

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Milton 

Jay 

Munson 

Milton 

Sarasota 

Sarasota 

"Nokomls 

Sarasota 

Chuluota 

Stanford 

Geneva 

Lake Mary 

Lake Monroe . 



B. L, Hanselman 

J. F, Turner 

Mrs. Edith Putnam „ 

Miss Esteleen Sternberg.. 

Grove r Blood worth 

F. S. McLaughlin 

W. H. Purcell , 

H. C. Wimberly _ 

F. A. Stack „. 

Miss Catherine Cramer .... 

Mias Beryl McMillan 

J. S, Hand 

S. D. Sweat 

Mrs. Annie SIkes „..„., 

Mrs. Delia R. Lfta»ll 

E. H. Collier „.. 

D. S. Westbury „ 

J. E. Smith 

Mrs. Alice Carrier 

Miss Rosemary Ringo .... 

B. R. Poppell 

J, S. Fish 

J. A. Crookshank 

Mrs. Jessie P. Avrll 

A. B. Connor 

Mrs. Lillle Wiggins 

C. F, Morris 

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M. B. Grass 

S. B. Groom 

M. V. White 

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Miss Doris Rrnwn-ll ,. 

O. V. Curlngton 

Mrs. Ora Rice 

W, A t Taague „ 

Mrs. Velma Mitchell 

W. L. Sleg , 

C. W. Isblli 

B. C. Steele 



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PRINCIPAL 



CLASSIFICATION 



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Suwannee 



Taylor 



Union .............. 

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•Lyman _ 

Osceola. ,..„ 

•Ovledo 

Sanford „... 

Sanford Grammar .. 

South Side Primary 

West Side Primary 

Wilson 

•Bufjhneil 

•Webster 

•Wlldwood 

•Branford 

Dowllng Park 

•O'Brien 

Plnemount 

•Live Oak 

•Wellborn 

•Carbur ..... 

•Foley 

•Perry 

•Lake Butler 

•Barbervllle 

•Benson Springs 

Boston Avenue 

DeLeon Springs .... 

Emporia 

Faulkner Street 

•Holly Hill 

Lake Helen „_.._ 

Lenox Avenue 



Long-wood 

Osceola 

Ovledo 

Sanford 

Sanford 

Sanford 

Sanford 

Pool a 

Bushnell 

Webster 

Wlldwood ...... 

Branford 

Dowllng Park 

O'Brien 

MeAlpln 

Live Oak 

Wellborn ._-, 

Carbur 

Foley ™..»» 

Perry 

Lake Butler ....... 

Barbervllle 

Benson Springs 

DeLand 

DeLeon Springs 

Emporia 

New Smyrna .... 

Holly Hill ..„ 

Lake Helen 

Daytona Beach 



W. J. Wells. Jr. 

Miss Esther Rogers 

R, F. Cooper 

H, E. Morris .... 

Mrs. Peari Babbitt 

Mrs. Stella Arrington ... 
Mrs. Marlon St. John , 

R. E, Tru* 

W P. Davidson 

R. O. McEwen 

O. L. House 

T. P. Maynard 

H. L. Johns .-.— ■ 

G, F. Hall 

C. F. Cumbee _ — 

S. N, Reeves 

C. C. Bass _„.».., 

R C. Wilder 

A. E. Jackson 

C. JT. Bowman ...._.., 

Richard Warren 

H. E. Wakefield 

H. A. Schubiger 

Mrs. Myrtle Rltihardson 

Miss Agnes Durden 

Mrs. Florida Bowles ... 
Miss Anne Fattllhi 

C. T. Henderson 

F. L. Owens 

Miss Isabel le Darby 



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Regulation. 
Regulation. 
Regulation. 
Refutation. 
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Regulation. 
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301 
286 
419 
131 

84 
176 
265 
311 
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131 

76 
144 
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80 
214 
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378 

80 
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260 

75 

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236 

76 
178 



Wakulla — 

Walton 

Washington 



Live Oak Street 

Maynard Memorial . 

North Ridge wood ... 

North Scab reel e 

•Oak Hill 

Orange City 

•Ormond 

Olteen .............. 

•Pierson .. 

•Port Orange ,...»—... 

Bamtula . 

•Seville —,....**««.-—. 

South Ridge wood ... 

Volusia Avenue 

Wisconsin Avenue . 

•Crawfordvill* 

•Sopchoppy „™._._. 
•De Funis* Springs „ 

•Chlpley 

•Vernon , ,. 



New Smyrna 

Glen wood ................ 

Dnytona Beach .... 

Daytnna Bench .... 

Oak Hill 

Orange City ............. 

Ormond .~™ .«.™.. m . 

Olteen — - ...... 

Pierson „ 

Port Orange 

Sam flu la .................... 

. Seville » 

Daytona Beach .... 
Dayton* Beach .... 

Defend - 

Crawford vl lie 

Sopchoppy ....„ 

DeFuntak Spring!) 

Chlpley „„»_» 

Vernon — ... 



Miss Alice Read 

Miss Ruth Lennox 

Mra. Helen Pay 

Mlsa May Halgh 

T. D. Taylor - 

Barret Caldwell 

W. B. Davis 

O. A. Tyler 

E. L. Dowllng 

L. T. Banabury 

Mm. Amtye Baker 

J. J. Mires 

Mrs. Martha Lyons 

Mine Alice Howard _ 

Miss Detnpsle Brewster.. 

R. M, Hall - 

J. T. Peacock .... 

T. D. Bailey 

O L Peacock „„„«..__ 
Mercer Cox 



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170 
108 

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118 

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111 
141 

34 
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171 
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Broward 

Hillsborough 


Trinity Lutheran .. 

Helen Hill 


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NAME OP SCHOOL 


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CLASSIFICATION 


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1 

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17 






I 187 




7,637 


Dttda - 


•Booker T. Wash- 


Miami ...... 

Jacksonville .. ..... 

Jacksonville -..-.... — 

Pensacola ,.„_.,„,„„ 

Pensacola 

Ft. Myers 

Key West ....™_,..„ ...... 

West Palm Beach 


Chas. L. Austin 


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La Villa Park 


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796 






883 


Escambia 


Spencer Bibbs 

•Dunbar 

Lucy Moten Train - 


Mrs. Rosebud Robinson.... 
Mrs. M. F. Washington .... 
D. C. Forrest 


Regulation 


3^6 
404 
407 


Lee „._.,.,„_« 


Superior... 


460 




186 






C. C, Walker. Jr 


Regulation 


355 




•Unlon Academy 

•Washington Park 

Cypress Street _ 

•Lake Helen , 


C. C. Walker. Sr ~~. 

Mrs Valeta Nelson 


158 






051 


Pinellas „„„ . 


Regulation 


70 


Polk 




S. M. Moseley 

E. W. Murray 

M. Evelyn Bonner 

S. L, Gore 


414 






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Regulation 


583 


Volusia ,■ 


Daytona Beach 


Regulation 


404 




Lake Helen 


71 



NEGRO PRIVATE 



Volusia J Keyser Practice | Daytona Beach lArimeniha Neeiy~ 

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Alachua 

Bradford __~— 

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Hallo 

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Shady Grove 


Newberry _ _. 

Gainesville. RFD 

Brooker _. 

Lecanto ™- — 

Lake City 

Port Tampa City _„„ 

Sebastian 

Lntnont 

Fe rn dal « - 

Palmetto 


J. W. Matwengill 

Miss L«o Oliver 

R. R. Ktnard 

W, J. Vincent . 

Mrs. G. W. Hobbs 

8. N. Snyder 

Mrs. Vnllln H. Perry 

Mm. Edna Hennessee 

Miss Hajsel Hoiticlnw 

R, W. Klnsey „ _ 

Mrs C. C. Holl-»y 


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1-8 
1-8 
l-S 
.1-6 
1-6 

1-6 
1-6 


37 
20 

ISO 
ST 




39 

35 




Macfarlane 

•Weal Shore 


332 




81 

74 




Ijimont 

Fern dale .... 

nillette 

EHers -..,.. 

•Zephyrhllls 

Alturaa :. .. T 

Hlolse — — ... 

•Center Hill 

•Cabbage Grove 

•Darllnfrton - 

•Liberty , 


19 


Lake 


42 


Manatee ,,.,- .,.— 

Martin 


E. C. Thompson .... 
Mrs. Oscar Baron 


53 
BE 
63 
49 


Polk ,.., 


Allurns _ 

Winter Haven 

Center Hill 

Scanlon ..- 

DeFiinlak Springs. 


L. E. Rowland 

C. P. Mullln 

Mrs. Roberta Whiteside.... 

H. Q. Wilson 

S. L. Walker -.™— — 

H. L. Jones »...._- 


263 

67 


Sumter 

Taylor _ ~— 

Walton --™™ i 


115 

139 

89 

132 

98 




IV Fun Ink Spring* 


T. E. Wilkerson 


tin 



a 

b 

an 
a 
►a 
m 
w 

H 

S 

o 

B 
&S 

i 

08 

» 

B 

3 

1 

H 



I 



NON-ACCREDITED ELEMENTARY SCHOOLS— Continued 
WHITE PRIVATE 





NAME] OF SCHOOL 


POST OFFICE 


PRINCIPAL 


CLASSIFICATION 


11 

M 





•i 


COUNTT 


O 


Rank 


1 

1 
g 
1 


Total for State — 


1 






4 




114 


Brevard ~— • 

Dade — 


Private Tutoring 

School Eau Gallle - _.,__.„ 

•Mannhelmer _| Miami Beach ._ 


Miss Basel R. Bennett .... 
Miss Eth-el Mannhelmer... 


'.| 



4 


III 
K-e 


14 

90 







NEQRO 


PUBLIC 












Total (or State ..... 


p 






1 


an 


1 11,171 


Duval . B 


•Lincoln 

Davis Street 

Ij« Villa Grammar ..... 


Gainesville 

Jacksonville 

Jacksonville 


A. Qulnn Jonet 

.1. Irving E, Beott «..». 

Isaiuh Blocker 

Win. A. Morris, Jr „ 

Mrs. Alberta Coleman .... 

William Madison 

F. J. Anderson „_.._„ 

Jesse U Terry ..„ „. 

C. B, Bryant -__„~™. 

A. B. Cooper . 

J. T. Clarke, Jr „ „ 


11 

IV 
IV 

111 
III 
[II 
11 
II 




IS 

82 

88 
20 
21 
22 
S 

ss 

13 
1! 
IS 


28 
IS 



s 


l-< 

1-8 
1-8 

i-a 

1-4 
1-8 

1-8 

i-a 

1-6 
1-6 
1-6 
1-6 
1-6 
1-6 
1-1 
1-9 
1-6 
1-8 
1-6 
1-8 


642 
1818 
1031 
S4S 
325 
823 






168 


Hillsborough _ 


Christine Meacham „ 

Lomsx 

Sanlbel 

'Jones „...,..„_„. 


Tampa ■■ ■■■■■■■n ,■■■■■■■»■■■ 

Tampa . ™™. 

Ft. Myers „__ _ 


885 
716 
611 
TS6 


Lm 

Orange __ 

Ptneflaa - 


Jessie G. Bennett _.___ 

C. W Banks 


6 
11S7 


Davis , 

Tampa Shores 


St. Petersburg 

Tampa Shores .,,.„...—■■ 

Brewster ™. ._.._.«_. 

Florence VUta — 

Pierce _ „ 


Mrs. E. E. Booker 

T. R. Hunter „ 


674 

18 


Polk __ . „ 


East Brewster 

Florence Villa . 

Went Augustine 


86 




J. W. Williams, Jr. ... 


I 

1 * 

s 

I I 


2&9 




Annie Lee Nixon 

J, B. Williams 


82 






219 






2SB 



i 



€ 

*- 

so 

H 

a 

a 
58 
H 

O 
«9 



3 



58 

m 
H 
» 

n 
o 

58 



St. Luci* 

Huwanne* 
Volusia _.. 



•Lincoln Park 

Academy -... 

•Douglas „ 

Benson SpringB . 
•Campbell Street 

Orange City 

•RlKby - 



Ft. Pierce ... 

Live Oak 

Benson Springs , 
Daytona Beach 

Orange City . 

Ormond 



W, M. Peterson .... 
D. T. Jones __„.... 
Pearl N. Swan son 

T. D. Dansby 

T. E. Thornton 

J. A. Colston 



I 

in 

IV 

I 

IV 

n 



13 



6,, !-«■ 



l-l 



1-S 

1-8 
1-fl 



630 

iss 

3S 

S50 

S3 

153 



NEGRO PRIVATE 



,...) College Park i Jacksonville 



Duval 



„.IR. D. Madison 



..I in [ 



El 1-61 100 



•Hlgrh school and elementary school have same principal. 



- 



' 



STATISTICAL SUMMARY 

HIQH SCHOOLS 





URANfi 
TOTAL. 
(Accredited 
and Non- 
Accredited) 


ACCREDITED SCHOOLS 


NON-ACCREDITED 


SCHOOLS 




Total 

(Pubilo 

and 
Private) 


Public 


Private 


Total 
(Public 

and 
Private) 


Public 


Private 




White 


Negro 


White 


Negro 


White 


Negro 


White 


Negro 


Schools Ap- 
plying Tor 
Accreditation 


307 


283 


270 


10 





S 


24 


11 


11 


I 


1 


Number of 
Teachers. In- 
cluding prin- 
cipal 


3.724 


3.541 


3,400 


122 





19 


183 


1 
48 | 124 


, 


8 


Enrollment .... 


88,437 


83,589 


80,204 8.190 


1 

1 


195 


4,848 


1 
688 | 3,962 

1 


] 60 


| 138 



ELEMENTARY SCHOOLS 



Schools Ap- 
plying tor 
Accreditation 


| 619 


667 


647 


17 


2 


1 


1 

! 
62 | 


23 


26 


2 


1 


Number of 

Teachers, Ex- 
clusive of 
Principal 


1 

4,678 


4.286 


4,091 


187 


3 


I 6 392 


69 


314 




6 


Enrollment .... 


1 
153,661 

! 


137,826 1129,954 

1 


7,637 


84 


I 161 


15,736 | 

1 


2,149 


13,272 


114 


200 



S 





n 

s 



M 

i 

O 

s 

I 



y. 



158 DEPARTMENT OP PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

CHAPTER m 



SCHOOL FINANCE 

During the biennium ending June 30, 1936 the State 
Director of School Finance has engaged in the activities 
enumerated below: 

1. Checked budgets submitted by the County Boards 
of Public Instruction, and tabulated the data therein 
contained for the information of the State Board of 
Education. 

2. Cheeked the financial reports of the County Super- 
intendents to the State Superintendent, and assisted 
County Superintendents when necessary in, correcting 
these reports. 

3. Assembled educational data for Legislators and 
others upon request. 

4. Computed Instruction Units for the various coun- 
ties as directed by law. 

5. Prepared a proposed Maximum Salary Schedule for 
payment of salaries of teachers from State funds, and 
collected criticisms and suggestions with reference to the 
same. 

6. Prepared three tentative plans for payment, in 
part, for transportation from the TeacherB Salary Fund, 
and explained these plans to many County Superin- 
tendents and some Board Members. 

7. With the assistance of the State Auditor's Office 
made tables showing the legal compensation due County 
Superintendents and Board 4tembers. 

8. Made a table showing the legal amounts of Race 
Track Funds to which the schools of certain counties are 

entitled. 



STATE SUPERINTENDENT'S HEPOBT 15fl 

9. Answered many questionnaires. 

10. Worked on a MaBter Table of Florida school data 
from the year 1860 down to the present time. 

11. Spent several days checking Planning Board sur- 
veys of the various county school systems and making 
suggestions with reference to consolidation of schools. 

12. Drafted certain proposals for changes in the 
Florida Constitution and Laws having to do with the 
public school system, and checked obsolete school laws 
now on the statute books. 

13. y Advised with M large number of County Superin- 
tendents with reference to requisitions for high school 
textbooks. 

14. Assisted in checking applications for State ac- 
creditation of elementary schools. 

15. Inspected for possible accreditation about 850 
high and elementary schools, and inspected rural schools 
in a number of counties. 

16. By special request inspected nine school busses in 
Columbia County. 

17. Revised transportation report blanks and check 
sheets. 

18. Assisted in revising the standards for elementary 
schools. 

19. Taught a class for one week at the University of 
Florida (Summer 1935). 

20. Attended ten district education meetings and 
made eleven addresses. 

21. Attended two annual high school conferences. 



160 DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

22. Attended the N.E.A. Meeting (Washington D. C.) 
and the Department of Superintendence Meeting at St. 
Louis; also one session of the American Association of 
Junior Colleges at Nashville. 

23. Attended a County School Board and District 
Trustees Meeting in Jacksonville. 

24. Attended a conference of Classroom Teachers in 
Gainesville. 

25. Assisted other State Department men in a con- 
ference with school officials in the city of Pensacola. 

26. Delivered one commencement address. 

27. Prepared a table showing the ability of each coun- 
ty to support its sehools. 

ACCOUNTS AND BUDGETS 

The accounting system for eounty boards of public in- 
struction, provided for in Chapter 16,170, Acts of 1933, 
has now been in operation since January 1934, and is 
proving to be highly satisfactory. It has simplified the 
bookkeeping procedure, and has in most cases simpli- 
fied the tasks of budgeting and making financial reports. 
In some counties, however, the books are poorly kept, 
and the making of accurate budgets and reports is prac- 
tically impossible. A good accountant should be em- 
ployed for whole or part time in the office of each 
county superintendent wherever this is not already being 
done. 

Budgets and financial reports have reached the State 
Superintendent more promptly this year than heretofore, 
and their general excellence has been much improved. 
Conscientious budgeting has been noted in nearly all of 
the counties, and a determination to keep expenditures 
within the budgeted limits is most gratifying. However, 
some of the counties have apparently made little effort 



STATE SUPERINTENDENT'S REPORT 161 

to keep expenditures down to the amounts budgeted. 
(See Table I) 

Difficulties encountered in budgeting were discussed 
at some length on pages 118-121 of the biennial report 
for 1932-34, but since that time the obstacles to good 
budgeting have not been removed. Briefly stated, the 
following measures of relief should be brought about : 

1. Assessed valuation of property for a given year 
should be known at least a month before the budget is 
to be sent to Tallahassee. 

2. If there must be budget commissions in the var- 
ious counties they should be subject to uniform laws. 

3. County Boards should be able to know with some 
degree of certainty how much they may expect to re- 
ceive from State sources in time to include the same in 
their budgets. 

4. Budgets deliberately and carefully made should be 
strictly adhered to. The making of later supplementary 
budgets should be discouraged as confusing and unnec- 
essary. 

5. Some method should be devised to require budgets 
to be made on expected rather than on fictitious antici- 
pated receipts. 

6. Budgeting for payment of back debts should be 
stated clearly in the laws. 



TABLE 1 

A COMPARISON OF AMOUNTS BUDGETED FOB TWO SUCCESSIVE YEARS AND THE AMOUNTS ACTUALLY 
EXPENDED FOR THOSE YEARS 

I Amount* are aa budgeted at first of achool year ; some change! were granted later bj State Board of Education) 
Source! of Data: (a) County Budgets; |b) Annual Report! of Count; Superintendent! 



i 







Per Cent 






Per Cent 


COUNTIES 


EXPENDITURES 
1S34-3S 


Actual Ex- 

pendlture li 


EXPENDITURES 
1031-36 


Actuil Ex- 
penditure la 






of Amount 






of Amount 






Budgeted 






Budgeted 




Budgeted 


A «' 111 Ml 


1934-36 


Budgeted 


Actual 


1985-86 


Alachua 


f 374.925.72 


t •3119,864,55 


107 tUOUl 


f 508.380,23 


1 434.8U0.00 


86 




70,763.10 


72,583.38 


01 


97,113.03 


Bl,854.43 


84 




84,307.83 


•94,887.37 


112 


166,543.40 


139.976.41 


84 




74,430,81 


•100.641.70 


136 


101,788.06 


•118.020.29 


111 




216,864,68 
560.865.81 


184,717.10 
266,553,34 


84 
47 


228,198,20 
347,194.27 


217.034.31 
307,253.61 


85 




B8 


Calhoun 


66,200.79 


•86,780.56 


125 


68,477,86 


•88,081.30 


126 




62,175,28 


40,677.65 


66 


68,460.56 


53,661.26 


78 


Cltrua 


82,838.17 


•87,766.78 


106 


104,647.02 


•118,005.21 


108 




87,112.00 

42,825.00 

142,675.00 


•86,602.13 

•48,144,48 

•193.008.45 


128 
112 
186 


91,981 .98 

47,944.79 

160.6fl7.n0 


71,060.16 
•60,701.75 
167,130.54 


78 


Collier 


127 


I'olumhln 


88 


Mil 


2.207.405.67 


•2.514,319.50 


114 tUOS) 


2.885,710.92 


•3,220.818.05 


112 ttioei 


Da Soto 


104,723.02 


81.823.42 


78 


125,018.08 


86,587.01 


69 




71,730.00 


66,787.73 


93 t<87) 


94,475.00 


80,748.67 


86 t(77) 




2,034.122.50 


1,303.040.01 


89 


2.185,110.33 


2,080.458.40 


05 




496,200.00 


•506,748.67 


102 


642,155.00 


601,615.48 


64 t(77> 


Flagler 


33,939.00 


29,740.1(2 


85 


42,709.81 


31,999.24 


75 




67,656.12 


•122,650.64 


181 HWii 
103 t(102i 


89,990.88 


81,048.75 


60 


Gadsden 


204,151.10 


•J10.848.18 


814,540.47 


269,664.20 


86 




86,062.52 

37,954.05 


57,026.93 
80.477.85 


es 

80 


81,067.69 
56,851.10 


54.434.77 
38,792.07 


67 




76 




35,323.24 


26,770.11 


76 


41,5M.?8 


35,893.75 


86 




83,603.00 
66,331,00 
61.102.56 


77,337.73 

•90.864.12 

48,745.30 


93 

137 

72 


112,010.06 

150,078,60 

66.826.02 


68.616.57 
104.863.70 

68,061.40 


88 




70 




84 


Hernando 


69,015.85 


61,260.71 


89 


80,227.63 


72.817.33 


91 




185,889.27 


127,270.39 


69 


217.284.97 


178,217.45 


82 



Hillsborough 

Holmes . 

Indian Elver 

Jackson 

Jefferson 

Lafayette .... 

Lake 

Lee 

Leon 

Levy , 

Liberty 

Madison 

Manatee 

Marion 

Martin 

Monroe 

Nassau 

Okaloosa 

Okeechobee 

Orange 

Osceoin 
Palm Beach 

Pasco 

Pinellas 

Polk 

Pulnatn 

St. Johns ..., 

St. Lucie 

Santa Boss . 
Sarasota 
Seminole 
Sumter ......... 

Suwannee 

Taylor 

t'nton 

Volusia 

Wakolla 

Walton 

Wni-liirisrim 
BTATF 



2,287,029.33 

68,615.48 

tll.4i-S.iili 

245,674.29 

115,217.82 

35,101.00 

430,039.41 

288,775.00 

263.S37.48 

138,808.83 

42,002.73 

121.B0ll.OO 

247,435.63 

383,096,31 

100,177.60 

199,992.79 

99,274,00 1 

88,189.901 

30,100.00 1 

723,701.75! 

81,476.221 

819,934.35] 

239,511.331 

1,041,289.021 

1,300,794.441 

162.258.071 

206,925.7 71 

61,023.84 

138,861.00 

239,560.03 

273,890.00 

108,952.581 

158,401.271 

109,679.561 

38,716.04 [ 

656,446.751 

62,549.281 

118,012,541 

105.520.501 



1.796,843.08 

•198,440.70 

•93,949.23 

•317,305.13 

03,428.46 

•57,024.81 

401,101.41 

•253,230.56 

•265,354,78 

130,189.65 

•63,298.32 

•136,248.64 

•373,396.52 

285.773.67 

66,293.04 

88,655.90 

82,362.05 

•138,481.11 

•34,255.24 

709,967.18 

•96.883.97 

*917,527.8fl 

155.039.20 

097,674.33 

1,210.902.45 

•178,225.67 

1 99.332.80 

•07,766.08 

•145.002.rt3 

207,718.96 

24T.506.4fi 

104,508.47 

148,903.93 

94,431.33 

83.508.98: 

••663.625.98 

86,703.88 

•126,240.16! 

•lll.HT.40l 



78 
224 

153 t(138t 
129 

81 
162 

98 
107 
101 

94 
151 
112 
161 

86 

66 

44 

83 
1ST 
114 f(105J 

98 
123 
112 

65 

96 

94 
117 

96 
160 
104 

S7 

90' t<90) 

80 



93 

80 
87 

101 

95 

107 

105 



f(89) 

t(82) 
t(97j 



I 



707,750.89 1 
180,572.92 
117,600.12 
438,877.62 
142,952.69 

65.040.70 
513,251.22 
326.844.91 
334,324.34 
201,056.72 

72J27.91 
211,666.45 
348,212.53 
544,132.19 
191,791.09 
127,294,56 
147,503.20 
158,100.82 

53,822.95 
828,158.13 
12g;940.00 
898,940.52 
231,433.00 
128.361.97 
,122,050.28 
201,054.48 
209,760.911 
123,457.12] 
219.326.721 
MJL803.no 
353:50986 
159,609.67 
214,983.15 
148.876.21 

83.155.0T 
800.284.00 

83,845.20 
190,001.56 
192.758.6Si 



2,318,786.97 


86 




185,747.38 


67 




106.395.44 


90 




348,130.84 


78 




113,359.56 


79 




62,826.80 


9T 




899,163.17 


78 


293,222.93 


80 


•467.135.48 


140 


H 


•219,294.50 


108 


M 


64,279.51 


88 




145,889.28 


68 


m 


324,573.00 


84 


d 


407,066,00 


75 


% 


60,826.81 


32 


n 


116,758.75 


62 


B 


•185,070,08 


125 


1 


132,896.42 


84 


36,560.69 


74 


•063,745.08 


no moai 


109.823.2 -i 


85 


kJ 


••929.082.34 


108 t(98) 


1 


182,411.79 


79 


•1,514,942.22 


134 


•1,303.425.26 


116 


•2t3.802.5H 


106 


w 


191,961.78 


71 


W 


122,090.67 


99 


185,839.19 


85 


~ 


207,027.83 


97 


© 


318,452.46 


80 t«»J 


w 


124,706.30 


T8 


H 


162,716.63 


60 


140,381.78 


88 




54,170.89 


65 




764,621.65 


86 




68,477.60 


78 




156,119.30 


82 




11R.383.H3 


61 





Jil 0,519.755.13 IS18.S9H.232.80 1 



87 



U523.77H,023.63lt22,760.996.68l 96 



•31 counties expended more than budgeted for 1834-35 ; 12 exceeded the budget in 1935-36 ; Bradford, Cal- 
houn, Citrus, Collier, Dade, Leon, and Putnam exceeded the budget for both years. 

••Amounts not hudgeted at beginning of year, but reported later, caused expenditures to be teas than the 
amount budgeted for the same. 



£ 



t Percentages shown la parentheses 
the first of the year. 



{ ) are those resulting from later additions to the amounts budgeted at 



164 DEPARTMENT OP PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

Table I should need no explanation, but the follow- 
ing observations may be* made : 

1. Thirty-one counties reported total expenditures in 
excess of amounts budgeted for the year ending June 
30, 1935. It is possible that in some cases funds in excess 
of budgeted amounts from Federal sources were expend- 
ed, but the budgets were not revised to include these 
expenditures. 

2. Twelve counties reported expenditures in excess of 
their budgets for the year ending June 30, 1936. 

3. Seven counties exceeded their budgets for both 
years under consideration. 

4. Eleven counties submitted supplemental budgets 
showing increased anticipated expenditures in 1934-35. 
Six such changes were made in 1935-36, and in the case 
of Palm Beach County the change caused expenditures 
for that year to be less than the amount budgeted, 

RECEIPTS AND EXPENDITURES 

Table II shows receipts from all sources, and expendi- 
tures for the eight items of the school budget for five 
successive years. 



TABLE II 



SCHOOL RECEIPTS AND EXPENDITURES 

1831-32—1885-36 

(Data Secured From Annual Reports of County Superintendents) 



1931-31! 



11(32 -3.'* 



11«3-:H 



1934-35 



1935-36 



RECEIPT8 : 
State Sources 



County & District Taxes 

Other Sources 

TOTAL . 



EXPENDITURES : 
General Control 

Instruction 

Operation 



Maintenance 



Auxiliary Agencies, Etc. 

Fixed Charges 

Capital Outlay 

Debt Service 

TOTAL 



* 6,183,161.68 

11,527,174.11 

434.100.01 

$18,144,435.70 

I 623.67S.83 

10,232,724.£! 

884.293.10 

405,443.77 

1,183,980.94 

216,874.73 

551.136.96 

8,057,033.92 

$224225.002.40 



$ 5,182,499.16 

H,843,559.27 

509,201.11 

$14,535,259.53 

$ 692.426.98 

7,976,193.01 

648,916.38 

275.072.77 
989,062.52 
107,827.39 
227,55204! 
7,190.498.131 
UKfX17.5Ul.2r 



$ 5.244,308.«l 

11.459384.12 

708,03262 

$17,411,735.44 

$ 474,701.33 

8,678.383.14 

722,627.71 

350,000.84 

1.013.655.45 

313,809.24 

235.080.93 

4,989.758,00 

$16,728,176.24 



$ 5.583,122.79' 
11.807.802.95 
337,902.12 
$17,728,917.86 

$ 614,079.88 

9,490,713.09 

816,963.30 

609.868.25 

1,228,475.52 

343,644.94 

478.486.75 

5,416.402.06 

$18,899,232.80 



$11, 323.249.52* 
11.144,942.10 
691,850.61 
$23,159,542.23 

$ 578,430,04 

12.210,033.60 

906,527.80 

047,274.31 

1,695,811.85 

407.530,75 

1,459344.11 

4,8*9.238,1:' 

$22,790,996.68 



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Some of the facts brought out by this table are: 

1. Expenditures exceeded receipts for three of the five 
years. This may be due to unusual payments for bonded 
indebtedness from interest and sinking funds for those 
years. 

2. The maximum of receipts from State sources falls 
in 1935-36 ; that for county and district sources in 1934-35. 

3. The minimum of receipts from State, county, and 
district sources falls in 1932-33. 

4. Expenditures reached their highest peak in 1935- 
36, their lowest in 1933-34. 

5. The expenditure for instruction ranks highest of 
all items in all of the five years; debt service ranks sec- 
ond for the five year period. If the amount being spent 
annually for debt service could be turned into the other 
items the efficiency of the schools could be increased by 
25 to 35 per cent. 

6. Auxiliary agencies (which includes transportation) 
ranks high as an expenditure item. Transportation costs 
are mounting rapidly. To what extent these costs are 
justified should demand the attention of those interested 
in the welfare of the schools. 

Figure I shows graphically the data given in the first 
part of Table II. 




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168 DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

The following. observations may be made from a study 
of this figure : 

1. Receipts for the years given are for all common 
school purposes. 

2. For the first four years of the period counties and 
districts provided about two-thirds of all receipts and 
the State practically one-third. 

3. For the year 1935-36 the State furnished practically 
one-half of all receipts for school purposes and counties 
and districts one-half. 

4. Receipts from "Other Sources" have not been more 
than four per cent of the total for any one of these years. 

COMPARATIVE COSTS 

Charts I and II, and Figure 2 give comparative cost 
data for the public schools of Florida, twelve southern 
states, and for Continental United States through a num- 
ber of successive years. 



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170 DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

Chart I shows the annual cost per pnpil in average 
daily attendance. This cost is based upon current ex- 
penses, including interest charges for the years compar- 
ed since 1900. 

Prom this chart we see clearly that: 

1. Expenditures per pnpil in average daily attendance 
have gradually increased from less than twenty dollars 
for the cauntry as a whole in 1901 to more than ninety 
dollars in 1930.* 

2. The average cost per pnpil for the twelve south- 
ern states has been, about fifty per cent of that for 
Continental United States. 

3. The cost for Florida pupils has been much above 
the average for the twelve southern states. This is notice- 
ably true since 1918. 

)4. All three of the curves reached their highest peak 
about 1925-30, and since that time show a sharp decline. 

5. Cost per pnpil for Florida took a decided upward 
turn in 1934-35, and in 1935-36 the upward trend was 
more pronounced. Comparable data for the southern 
states and the country as a whole were not available 
for those two yean. 

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average daily attendance for Florida, twelve southern 
states, and for all 'the states of the country as a whole 
for the years 1925-26, 1929-30, and 1933-34. 




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172 DEPARTMENT OP PUBLIC INSTRITt.TIOX 

The following observations can be made from a study 
of this figure : 

1. Florida leads the southern states in the cost per 
pupil in average daily attendance for 1925-26 and 1929- 
30, and ranks next to the highest in 1933-34. 

2. In 1929-30 costs per pupil were higher than in 
either of the other years shown in this chart. 

3. Average cost per pupil for the southern states is 
only about fifty per cent of the cost per pupil for the 
nation as a whole. 

4. Costs per pupil declined sharply in 1933-34 for the 
southern states and for the entire country. 

Chart II is similar to Chart I, but shows costs per 
pupil in average daily attendance for all school expendi- 
tures except payment of bonds. In other words this chart 
is exactly like Chart I except that it includes payments 
for capital outlay in addition to current expenses and 
interest. 



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174 DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC IN8TRDCTION 

Study of this chart brings oat these facts: 

1. Up to the year 1918 Florida's rank is between that 
of the southern states and the curve for Continental 
United States. 

2. In 1926 Florida ran ahead of the nation in ex- 
penditure per pupil. This can tie accounted for by the 
fact that during that year more than $14,000,000 were 
expended by the State under the head of Capital Outlay. 

3. After 1930 costs per pupil declined sharply for the 
nation as a whole and for the southern states. 

4. The curve for Florida for 1935 and for 1936 turns 
definitely upward. 

OUTSTANDING INDEBTEDNESS 

The rapid growth of Florida's population in recent 
years, and the consequent necessity for enlarged school 
plants and teaching facilities, has compelled the forma- 
tion of a very large school debt. 

According to comparative data furnished by the Office 
of Education, Department of the Interior, Washington, 
D. C, Florida in 1930, 1932, and 1934 ranked among the 
four or five states of the Union having the highest in- 
debtedness per pupil in average daily attendance in their 
schools. In 1930 Florida's school debt was $248.33 per 
pupil, in 1932 $210.57; and in 1934, the last year for 
which comparable data are available, it was $193.48 per 
pupil. 

Chart III made up from data on file in the State De- 
partment of Public Instruction shows graphically the 
growth for ten successive years of Florida's school debt, 
and the gradual decline of the same since 1928. 



CHABT III.— Outstanding School Indebtedness for Florida 1920-1936. (Based npon data on file in the Off fee of the State 
Superintendent of Public Instruction.) 



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This chart is easily understood, but the following com- 
ments may be made: 

1. In 1920, the school debt was less than $10,000,000. 

2. There was a rather marked increase in the amount 
of the debt up to 1925, After that date it mounted rapid- 
ly to the peak of $67,473,146 in 1928. 

3. From 1928 to the present time (1936) the debt has 
been gradually diminished, though there were slight up- 
ward trends in 1931 and 1936. 

4. Now that the State is fairly well supplied with 
modern school buildings the debt ought to go on diminish- 
ing for a number of years. 

Table III gives some details of the school debt situa- 
tion not brought out in Chart III. Here data having to 
do with outstanding indebtedness for four successive 
years (1932-33 to 1935-36 inclusive) are given. 



TABLE III 

OUTSTANDING INDEBTEDNESS FOR 1032 33. 1033-34, 1934-35, 1935-36 
(Based upon Data on File In the OfQce of the St ah' Superintendent of Public I instruct loin 





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BONDS AND TIME WARRANTS 


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YEARS 


Total 
Outstand- 
ing 


Interest 
[ Past Due 


Principal 
Past Due 


Principal 

Not YM 

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$2,194,043.49 
1,183,370.89 
3,377,414.38 

1,720,652.62 
2,197,694.14 
3.018,346.66 

1,842.330,37 
1,086,001.03 
2.920,231.40 

1,550,319.51 
1,018,340.72 
2.568,665.23 


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10,191.68 

42,273.55 


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1,270,854.20 

884,905.04 

2.156,769.33 

054j272.10 

773,418.82 

1,727,600.02 

790,132,28 

634,4 H2. 89 

1,424,615.17 


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1.312.789.10 
1,762,587.33 

688,058.27 

313.482.21 

1,201.640. 4BJ 

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378,675.15f 
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$ 0,960,096.11 

46,703,222.58 
56,664,217.69 

6, 105, 141.20, 
47,118,175.37 

53,313,316.57 

6,011,067.45 
45,289.726.70 
51,250,794,15 

6,455.322,07 
47,025.279.00 
63,460,601.97 


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1,012,832.68 
1,613,318.05 


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2,153,421.81 
3,587,771.81 

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44,380,068.13 334,714.07 
4 0.1 02 .585.5 8 779,608.61 

4,576.717.48 409,748.65 
43,086,304.89 275,578.09 
47,683.022.34 685,323.70 

4.227,217.461 312.938.35 
44,261,245.80 187,723.01 
48,488,463.25 500.659.36 


$12,155,038.60* 
47,886.503.47* 
60,0*1,682.07* 

8,360.688.26** 
49.650.583.58* • 
58,011.271.84** 

8,283.143.47** 

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178 BEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

It will be noted that: 

1. Notes, Bonds and Time Warrants, and Other In- 
debtedness are treated separately, 

2. County and District Indebtednesses are given on 
separate lines for each of the four years. This is also 
true for Other Indebtedness and all Totals. 

3. Principal Past Due, Principal Not Yet Due, and 
Other Indebtedness are given for the years 1933-34, 1934- 
35, and 1935-36. 

4. Interest Past Due appears for the first time in the 
year 1935-36 (County Superintendents' reports to the 
State Superintendent first contained this item in 1935-36), 

5. The Grand Totals of Indebtedness for the first three 
years under consideration would have been larger had 
all the items recorded for 1935-36 been available. t 

6. The Grand Total for district indebtedness exceeds 
many times over that of county indebtedness for each of 
the four years. 

7. In almost all cases of Totals there is a gradual 
decrease in amount from 1932-33 to 1934-35. There is 
an increase for 1935-36, 

8. The grand total decrease in debt for the four years 
is $3,491,705.51. 

9. The percentage that all Principal Past Due for the 
year 1933-34 is of all Principal Not Yet Due for that 
year is about 12. That for 1934-35 is a little more than 
10, and for 1935-36 it has been reduced to 7 per cent. 

10. The amount of Interest Past Due on June 30, 
1936 was $1,655,591.60. This is a considerable amount, 
but not enough to cause alarm if we steadfastly set our- 
selves to see that the amount does not grow larger. 



STATE SUPERINTENDENT'S REPORT 179 

CONCLUSION 

The financial outlook for Florida schools is encourag- 
ing. We have come safely through the experiences of 
expansion and growth, through a quarter of a century, 
that have affected the life and well being of the State. 
We have weathered the storms of the World War, the 
boom, and the depression, and are now entering upon 
a new era of prosperity. The schools owe money which 
must be paid, but there is little disposition to evade pay- 
ment. Our school debts are large — perhaps larger than 
they should be — but rather small in comparison with those 
of municipalities and other governmental functions and 
agencies. Much to our encouragement the total of school 
debts is gradually being reduced. The State is more and 
more coming to the rescue of the schools; but let us 
hope not to the detriment of local initiative and the pur- 
pose to do for ourselves one hundred per cent of what 
we are able to do. 

Teachers are being paid better salaries, but not near 
as much as they must be paid. Our salaries are only 
about sixty-one per cent as much as are being paid, on 
an average, for the nation as a whole. Better pay will 
give us better teachers, and better teachers will inevit- 
ably be required when selection can be made through 
payment of professional salaries. 

Consolidation of schools and transportation of children 
to school have become a part of our system, and very 
few persons would be willing to have a return of the 
small, weak schools of thirty years ago. However, trans- 
portation costs are mounting, and care must be exercised 
to keep expenses down within reasonable bounds. Trans- 
portation costs per pupil must of necessity be greater in 
sparsely settled areas than in those with more dense popu- 
lations. State aid for transportation must be apportioned, 
in amount, according to the actual needs of eounties as 



180 DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

determined by definite surveys and scientific determina- 
tion of those needs. 

The new school code should provide for a much en- 
larged and more flexible school system than the one we 
now have. State aid for counties should be conditioned 
upon the maximum of local effort to provide and main- 
tain schools ; but the State must be quick to detect local 
need, and must assist in guaranteeing to every com- 
munity a minimum school program, leaving to each com- 
munity the ability to extend its program beyond that 
guaranteed by the State. 

Respectfully submitted, 
R. M. EVANS, 

State Director of School Finance 
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STATE SUPERINTENDENT'S REPORT ]R1 



CHAPTER IV. 



NEGRO SCHOOLS 

During the biennium 1934-36 the State Agent visited 
approximately 750 Negro schools each year. In all coun- 
ties except three the superintendent accompanied the 
State *Agent. The visits were made for the purpose of 
inspecting the schools, acquainting the superintendent 
with the conditions in the schools and making recom- 
mendations for improvement. The visiting record below 
was the form used for recording observations. After 
all the schools in a county had been visited a meeting 
of the Negro teachers was held at the county seat. The 
records of findings at the schools were placed on the 
blackboard so all teachers could read them. Teachers 
were complimented on good situations and told how to 
improve poor situations. If possible, successful local 
teachers were used for telling unsuccessful teachers how 
to improve. Teachers were given suggestions on methods 
of teaching, promotions, grouping of children, division 
of work among teachers, making and following lesson 
plans, adapting the curriculum, improvement of the 
school plant, etc. 

It was by visiting the schools that the State Agent 
was able to learn about each school, show the superin- 
tendent the conditions and help improve the schools. 
After the visit to the county a report of findings and 
recommendations were sent to the superintendent. In 
most cases the superintendent has used the report as 
a guide in improving his Negro schools. 



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182 DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

Visiting Record 
County__„_ Date School 



Name of Principal -—Address _ 

Registers . , ,, . , 

Enrollment — . No. present Weather 

No. Teachers TRAINING: Less than High School 

graduation — „. H. S. Grad— 2- Yr. col 

Grad— _ 4 yr. Col Grad _____ 

Certificates: Temp, or none _______ 

Examination Type Training Type. 

Distribution of teaching load- 



Daily Schedule . Daily Lesson Plans.. 

Course of Study. .Report Cards. 

Type and quality of teaching- 
Situation in First Grade __„ 

Promotion situation — 



Heating facilities— Light — .Ventilation- 



Desks Blk-Brd_ .____, Maps—— Lib Books 

Recent improv. inside Outside....- 

Water supply Drinking facilities..-..™...-.... 



Washing facilities. ., Toilets——— Condition — 

Cond. of grounds 

REMARKS: __ 



Statistics showing certain conditions in Negro schools 
for the year 1934-35 are given herewith. (Tables 1 to 
X). There statistics are discussed and recommendations 
for improvement are given, 

ENROLLMENT AND CLASSIFICATION OF PUPILS 

See Table 1 

The total enrollment of Negro children in Fltfrida 
schools in 1934^35 was 102.279. Of this number 27% 
were in the First Grade. This percentage is. out of pro- 
portion. However, 33% of the children were in the First 
Grade in 1932-33. The decrease of 6% in the First Grade 
is very gratifying and is possibly due in part to the 



STATE SUPERINTENDENT'S KEPOKT 183 

efforts made toward that end. For several years the 
teachers' attention Has been called to the situation in 
the First Grade. Many bad practices were observed. 
These practices were discussed in the 1932-34 report. 
Suggestions for correcting the had practices were made 
and distributed to all teachers in the State. Inspections 
were made to see if the suggestions were being followed. 
The suggestions were: 

1. Divide work fairly among teachers 

2. Make and follow a dally schedule 

3. Set up objectives to be attained in each class 

4. Make and follow daily lesson plans 

5. Enroll all beginning children in First Grade 

6. Enroll First Grade children during the first month 
of school only 

7. Do not enroll children younger than six years old. 

8. In small schools teach all First Grade children in 
one group. 

9. Do not keep beginning children in one class a 
whole year and in the First Grade an addi- 
tional year. The so-called Chart class, Primer, or 
beginning work, is part of the First Grade. Teach 
the beginning children so they will finish all of 
the First Grade in one year. 

10. Create supplementary reading for children in lower 
elementary grades by writing on the board the 
words and sentences they use in playing and work- 
ing at home and at school. Children do not learn 
new words by reading one book several times a 
year. Create supplementary reading for desk work 
by using a hectograph. (See directions for mak- 
ing a hectograph) 

11. Teach so that the children will acquire the habit 
of thoroughness 

12. Adapt the curriculum and textbooks to the school 

13. Fill your register completely and keep it correct- 
ly (read directions) 

14. Keep your school, grounds, and toilets clean 

15. Provide washing facilities for the children 

16. Beautify your schoolhouse and grounds (Read 
1935 Rosen w aid Day Program) 

17. Teach good health habits 

18. Teach some industrial work 



1W DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

It is believed that if superintendents should select 
qualified teachers, direct their work and provide them 
with adequate room and materials the percentage of 
children in the First Grade would be reduced to a normal 
figure. 

The percentage of children in grades 1-6 was 84.4, 
Five out of every six children were in the first six grades. 
In four counties all of the children were in grades 1-6. 
In twenty-eight other counties more than 90% of the 
children were in grades 1-6. The situation in the thirty- 
two counties was probably due to the fact that school 
officials have not provided adequate schoolhouses, ma- 
terials, qualified teachers, adequate salaries for teach- 
ers, and high school opportunities for Negroes. 

In 1934-35 11.7% of the Negro children were enrolled 
in the seventh, eight and ninth grades. This percentage 
is misleading. In many counties there are really no 
junior high school opportunities provided for Negroes. 
Most of the children in these grades are carrying on the 
elementary work under the eight grade elementary plan. 
In some small schools ambitious teachers enroll children 
in the ninth grade and attempt to teach them high school 
subjects. The teachers are unqualified to teach the sub- 
jects they attempt. The pupils are unqualified to profit 
from the subjects as they are taught. The teachers use 
time that should be devoted to the great mass of children 
in the lower grades. In counties where junior high school 
opportunities are not provided it is recommended that 
the individual schools offer work through the eighth 
grade and that the counties provide high school oppor- 
tunities at a central place in the county and transport 
high school children to the center. 

In 1934-35 less than 4% of the children enrolled were 
in grades 10, 11, and 12, Twenty -eight counties had no 
children enrolled in these grades. Generally the counties 
that failed to provide high school opportunities for 
Negroes employed the most poorly trained teachers, paid 
the lowest salaries, and had the poorest provision of rooms 
and teaching materials. 

It is recommended that all counties in which the popu- 
lation is large enough to support a high school for the 
Negroes that high schools for Negroes be provided, and 



STATE SUPERINTENDENT'S REPORT 18C 

transportation of high school children be provided. In 
counties where the population is too small to support a 
high school for Negroes it is recommended that transpor- 
tation to high schools in adjoining counties be provided. 
This is being done now from Indian River and Martin 
Counties to St. Lucie County. 

Ratio of Teachers to Children 

The average number of children enrolled per teacher 
in 1934-35 was good but is misleading. It is an average 
and does not show bad situations in which the number 
of children per teacher was too large. However, the 
ratio is far better than formerly. 

School Term 

Most of the counties have operated their Negro schools 
a term of eight months. The average term for the State 
was 165 days in 1934-35. Bradford County Negro schools 
were operated oniy 120 days; Hamilton County Negro 
schools were operated 132 days; and Nassau County 
Negro schools were operated 133 days. The shortening 
of the term in these three eonnties was indefensible since 
these counties received as much per instruction unit for 
Negroes as did the counties that operated their Negro 
schools 160 days and longer. It is recommended that all 
counties be required to operate their Negro schools a 
full term. 

TRAINING AND CERTIFICATION OF TEACHERS 
See Table H 

The training and certification of Negro teachers are 
making rapid progress. The employment of trained and 
certificated teachers is not keeping pace with production. 
This failure is due to a variety of reasons. Many county 
school officials do not realize that hundreds of Negroes 
have attended college, obtained Graduate State Certifi- 
cates and are thus qualified to teach. They have the 
custom of employing local Negroes to teach regardless 
of training. Some school officials are sympathetic with 
local Negroes and appoint them to teaching positions in 



186 DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

order to help them financially. Also, some school of- 
ficials think the selection of Negro teachers really does 
not matter, hence the appointment of unqualified persons 
when qualified teachers are available. Happily this situ- 
ation is fast changing. Possibly the greatest reason why 
unqualified teachers are employed is that they can be 
secured for very small salaries. To employ qualified 
teachers would cost more money. Since the State pro- 
vides the funds for teachers' salaries, the solution to this 
problem is the enforcement of the teacher unit law or 
the enactment and enforcement of a minimum salary 
schedule. 

It is recommended that the wholesale issuance of 
temporary certificates be discontinued. The temporary 
certificate is supposed to be issued in an emergency. It 
is recommended that the applicant's scholastic achieve- 
ments and teaching experience be evaluated as the basis 
for the issuance of the temporary certificate. It ia recom- 
mended that the issuance of Third Grade Certificates be 
discontinued in 1938, that the issuance of Second Grade 
certificates be discontinued in 1939, and that the issuance 
of First Grade certificates be discontinued in 1940. At 
the present rate of graduation the supply of college train- 
ed teachers will exceed the demand thereafter. If an 
examination type of certificate be continued, it is rec- 
ommended that it be based on a prerequisite of two years 
of college training. 

TEACHER'S SALARIES 
See Tables HI IV & V 

Nearly half of the teachers employed in 1934-35 re- 
ceived less than $400.00 annual salary. This amount of 
money is inadequate for the support of teachers. Most 
of the Negro teachers have dependents. In order to 
support themselves and their dependents, Negro teachers 



STATE SUPERINTENDENT'S REPORT 187 

are forced to live on a very low scale and supplement 
their income by other than school work. About 60% 
of the teachers attend summer school each summer. They 
are able to do so by borrowing against the next year's 
salary at an exorbitant rate of interest. 

In 1934-35 fifty-five counties spent less on Negro teach- 
ers' salaries than they received from the State on in- 
struction units allotted to Negro schools. Twelve coun- 
ties spent all they received from the State for Negro 
schools on their Negro schools and some of their local 
income. It logically follows that those twelve counties 
pay their Negro teachers best, employ the best Negro 
teachers and have the best Negro schools. 

The fifty-five counties that paid their Negro teachers 
so poorly received from the State $936,876.24 on in- 
struction units in their Negro schools. They spent $703,- 
981.80 for salaries on the instruction units in their Negro 
schools leaving a difference of $232,984.44. This dif- 
ference varied from 2% in Holmes County to 69% in 
Union County. 

The average annual salary of Negro teachers in Florida 
in 1934-35 was less than half the average annual salary 
for white teachers in the State. The same ratio existed 
in most of the counties with some exceptions . 

It is recommended that a State minimum salary 
schedule be adopted based on training and experience. 
There should he no distinction in pay between rural and 
urban teachers because of geographical location. There 
should be no distinction of pay between teachers because 
of different divisions within a school. Until a State 
salary schedule be adopted it is recommended that county 
superintendents follow the above suggestions in making 
a salary schedule. 



188 DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

PER CAPITA COST OF INSTRUCTION 
See Table VI 

In 1934-35 the state average per capita cost of instruc- 
ing white children was $40.72 whereas the state average 
per capita cost of instructing Negro children was $14.78, 
The state average per capita cost for white children was 
less than half the average per capita cost for the Nation. 
Using the per capita cost of instructing children in the 
Nation as an index it is very evident that the quantity 
and quality of education provided for white children in 
Florida was inadequate. By the same index the quantity 
and quality of education provided for Negroes was more 
inadequate. Unfortunately we still think of public edu- 
cation in the light of personal privilege and gain and for 
that reason we are unwilling to provide better educa- 
tional opportunities for Negroes. Public education is pro- 
vided for the purpose of giving the commonwealth an 
intelligent participating citizenship. What we fail to 
pay in providing adequate educational opportunities for 
any group, thus preventing ignorance and mal-adjust- 
ments, we later pay many times more in costs of police, 
courts, jails and penitentiaries. This is especially true 
of Negroes. Prevention usually costs less than cure. In 
the case of education we are not spending enough on 
prevention and the so-called cure tends to be punitive 
rather than corrective in its functioning. Our punitive 
institutions cost us many times more per capita than our 
educational institutions. 

It has been traditional to think of providing educational 
opportunities for a group in proportion to the expense 
of education borne by the group. This thinking and 
practice are now out-moded by progressive people. 

If we accept the principle of taxing all for the support 
and maintenance of governmental institutions then we 
must go all the way in applying the principle and not 



STATE SUPERINTENDENT'S REPORT 185) 

just part of the way in providing educational opportuni- 
ties impartially. All people pay taxes, directly or in- 
directly, and the immediate return to the payer is seldom 
in proportion to the amount paid. Negroes as a group 
and race are the minority group in our Nation and State. 
Due to their low economic status they pay directly a 
small part of the cost of support and maintenance of 
government. However, it is estimated that they pay a 
considerable part indirectly through rents and purchase 
of goods. It is recommended that better public instruc- 
tion be provided for Negroes. This will cost more money 
immediately but should result in a better educational 
product and eventually reduce the total cost of govern- 
ment a greater figure by lowering the costs of our puni- 
tive institutions. 

SCHOOL PROPERTY 
Buildings 

See Tables VII, VIII & IX 

In 1934-35 one thousand and five buildings were used 
for Negro schools (Table VII). Six hundred sixty- four 
of these buildings were owned by the counties. Three 
hundred forty-one were not owned by the counties. 
Churches, lodges and shacks comprised this latter group. 
Many of the former group owned by the counties were 
inadequate for school purposes. 

A few superintendents have been very energetie and 
successful in securing Federal aid for the construction 

of schoolhouses for Negroes, Others have exercised little 
effort and consequently attained little or no success. 

Approximately fourteen hundred additional class- 
rooms are needed to house the present enrollment of 
Negro school children in Florida. (Table IX) These ad- 
ditional rooms would merely accommodate the present 
needs and would not provide for increase of enrollment. 



190 DEPABTMENT OF PUBLIC IN8TBUCTION 

Under the present taxing system, with all counties debt 
burdened and a large portion of property removed from 
taxation through homestead exemption, most of the coun- 
ties are not and apparently will not be able to provide 
necessary class-rooms for either white or Negro schools. 
The school children will be relatively handicapped by 
failure to provide the needed class-rooms. 

Water Supply, Toilets, and School Equipment 

Ab in the case of schoolhouses some superintendents 
provided their Negro schools with pit toilets, water sup- 
ply and school equipment such as blackboards, desks, 
heaters, etc., from local income and with aid from na- 
tional agencies, whereas other superintendents did noth- 
ing. In a few South Florida counties and in most of the 
North Florida countise many Negro schools are housed 
in churches, shacks, and lodges, and have no toilets, 
water supply, desks, blackboards, etc. Counties use these 
schools as a means to get State funds and yet these coun- 
ties invest little or nothing to improve the means. It is 
recommended that the State exert some influence to re- 
quire the counties to provide adequate sanitary toilets, 
adequate sanitary water supply, and adequate school 
equipment in their Negro schools. 

IMPROVEMENT AND BEAUTIFICATION 

It is recommended that all counties require all Negro 
schools to improve their facilities and beautify their 
grounds. Most of the Negro homes are drab, poorly built, 
poorly lighted, poorly ventilated, nnpainted, and in bad 
state of repair. Unless the Negro children get impres- 
sions from and concepts of respectable buildings, they 
will have no ideals for improving the housing facilities 
of their people. Likewise, the yards of Negro homes 
are usually wind-swept, rain-washed, debris-strewn, and 
bare of grass, flowers, shrubbery and trees. Unless they 



STATE SUPERINTENDENT'S REPORT 191 

get constant impressions of cleanliness, orderliness, and 
beauty at school they 'will have no standards and ideals 
for beautifying the premises of their people. In im- 
proving and beautifying the school, it is most valuable 
for the Negroes themselves to do the work. It is only 
in this way that they really learn the value, meaning 
and habit of improvement and beautification. 

The following suggestions have been given for im- 
proving and beautifying Negro schools throughout the 
State : 

SCHOOL GROUNDS i Clean off the briars, weeds, sand- 
spurs, stumps, scrub undergrowth, sticks, limbs, rocks, 
etc. Cut the sticks and limbs and use them for fuel. 

Place a covered can or box on the school grounds to 
receive waste paper, cane peelings and chews, and peel- 
ings of fruit. Train the children to place trash in the can 
or box. Bury or burn the trash each afternoon. 

If the school grounds wash, use rocks and poles to fill 
the gulleys and grass to hold the soil. 

If the soil has been washed or blown away from the 
pillars of the building, fill in. Plant Bermuda, centipede, 
carpet or St. Augustine grass in these places. 

It is recommended that the grounds of all rural schools 
be feneed. The posts should be cedar, cypress, or heart 
pine, with slanting tops to shed rain. Heavy wire fenc- 
ing of close mesh should be used. The posts should be 
well braced at corners and gates and the wire should be 
tightly stretched. Cattle gaps and stiles are more satis- 
factory than gates. 

Shrubbery that is not hurt by freezes should be set in- 
side the fence, around the base of the building, and 
around the toilets. Ligustrum, abelia, pittisporum, mag- 
nolia, cherry laurel, and yaupon are hardy evergreens 



192 DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

well adapted for beautif ieation of public property. Freez- 
es do not kill these plants. They withstand dry weather 
well. All of them have thick luxuriant dark green foli- 
age. Pruning increases the density of the foliage. The 
cheapest way to secure ligustrum, pittisporum, and abelia 
is to collect cuttings when plants are pruned in the win- 
ter. The cuttings should be stripped of leaves and put in 
the ground about eight to ten inches. The ground should 
be kept moist and the cuttings should be protected. When 
spring comes the cuttings send down roots and grow as 
other plants. Stakes should be driven into the ground 
around the cuttings to proteet them. After the cuttings 
have made a good start stable manure on top of the 
ground around the plants and plenty of moisture are 
needed to develop large luxurious plants. Magnolia and 
cherry laurel can be gotten in most Florida woods. The 
plants should be transplanted with generous pruning of 
branches and all leaves. Stalky plants with little foliage 
should not be grown. 

In addition to beautifying the school grounds these 
plants hold the soil intact at the base of the schoolhouse 
and prevent the building from sagging and settling due 
to the soil being displaced by wind, rain and play of chil- 
dren. Beautiful school grounds increase respect for pro- 
perty. Beautiful school grounds should stimulate im- 
provement and beautification of homes. 

Plant flowers and a school garden. 
Provide play grounds. 

WATER SUPPLY : Provide an adequate supply of pure 
water, sanitary drinking facilities, and washing facilities, 

TO TTiTH TR ■ Erase all writing and drawing in toilets. 
Sweep and scrub seats and floors. Provide urinal for 
boys. Provide paper (newspaper, catalogues, etc.) for 
both sexes. If sanitary pit toilets are not provided by 
the county then have patrons build toilets. 



STATE SUPERINTENDENT'S HEPOHT 193 

EXTERIOR REPAIRS: Build a guard at the base of 
the house to keep out hogs, dogs, skunks, et al. Poles 
driven into ground close together, rocks laid tight, and 
boards nailed closely can be used for this purpose. 

If the steps are unsafe, rebuild them. Ask your school 
officials for the materials. You and your boys do the 
work. 

If the doors sag, you and your boys rehang them. 

If the window panes are out, ask your school officials 
for panes, putty, and sprigs. You and your boys put in 
the panes. If the window sashes are rotten or gone, ask 
for new ones and put them in. 

Repair leaks in the roof. You and your boys cover 
cracks in the wall with strips or siding. 

Paint the building if possible. 

INTERIOR REPAIRS: Arrange the desks in an order- 
ly manner. Keep them thus. Do not allow desks to be 
arranged so that children sit leaning against wall or 
window; thus closing aisles. Remove coverings from 
windows so that maximum light enters the room (except 
direct sunlight). Arrange the seats so that the children 
will not face an open door or open windows. 

Set up the stove so that a minimum of pipe is needed. 
Set the stove securely on legs or bricks; on metal strip 
or sand bed. 

Fit the pipe tightly so it will not smoke, and get new 

pipe if necessary. 

Repaint and renail blackboard wherever necessary. 

If you need book shelves, you and your boys build 
them. If you need a table, you and your boys build it. 

If partition walls, ceiling, and floor need repairing, 



194 DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

your and your boys make the repairs. Paint the ceiling 
white, the walls cream, and the wainscoting brown or 
tan. 

If you do not have desks and are using benches, either 
shorten the legs of the benches or build a foot rest for 
the small children. Provide writing surface for children 
by attaching a smoothly planned twelve inch board to 
the back of each bench at the proper height. 

If you have desks, repair them ; sand them if necessary 
and repaint them. 

This office will furnish you with drawings of pit toilet, 
home-made student's desk, home-made teacher's desk and 
table npon request. 

TEACHING MATERIAL 

A few counties provide Negro schools with some teach- 
ing materials. Most of the counties provide nothing. 
Teaching materials are necessary in order to do effective 
teaching. It is recommended that all eounties provide 
adequate teaching materials for all Negro schools. 

THE JEANES FUND 

During the biennium 1934-36 the Jeanes Pond helped 
the following counties: Alachua, Broward, Escambia, 
Gadsden, Jackson, Jefferson, Leon, Levy, Madison, Mana- 
tee, Marion, Orange, Palm Beach, Pinellas, Polk, Putnam, 
Seminole, Suwannee, Volusia, and Wakulla. The coun- 
ties received $5400 in 1934-35 from the Jeanes Fund. 
During 1935-36 the Jeanes Fund and the Slater Fund 
granted $7400 for the Jeanes work in Florida. 

Hillsborough County employed a white man who gave 
full time supervision to the Negro schools. Duval County 
employed a white man who gave part time supervision 
to Negro schools. Dade county has employed no one 



STATE SUPERINTENDENT'S REPORT 105 

to be responsible for Negro schools. It was only through 
the interest and kindness of Mr. I. T. Pearson that the 
Negro schools received any attention other than routine 

affairs. 

The best teaching is being done in those counties where 
some one is employed to visit the Negro schools to help 
teachers improve instruction, attendance, the school plant, 
etc. The service rendered by the Jeanes Teacher is 
indispensable. Part of one monthly report of a Jeanes 
Teacher is given below to show the nature of the work 
done : 

' ' The superintendent has announced that an intra- 
eounty improvement and beau tifi cation contest will be 
initiated this year. A prize of ten dollars toward library 
books will be given the winning school. As an aid to- 
ward impartial judgement, pictures are being taken of 
all school grounds this month. Another picture will be 
taken in April or May as a check on improvements made. 
Eight hectographs were purchased by the Board and 
distributed to certain schools. One hundred sheets of 
post card stock were distributed among primary teachers 
in the county. These were to be used as strips for flash 
cards and material for reading charts (in Grade One). 
Pocket charts for motivating reading readiness were made 
by the Jeanes Teacher and taken to all First Grade teach- 
ers and all one teacher schools. 

"Boys in some of the schools were given the ma- 
terial and shown how to make chairs for reading corners. 
The teachers and pupils are being urged to finish the 
chairs (which are being made from parts of pepper and 
tomato crates), and to provide suitable picture and story 
books for the reading corner. Provision of books is 
very slow, as teachers say they cannot afford to buy 
them. Requests have been made for Gates-Huber Man- 
uals for teachers of Grades One, Two, and Three. The 



196 DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

superintendent also has on hand Intelligence Tests to 
be administered in negro schools this month. 

Primary 300 

Intermediate 1500 (or more) 

High School 125 

"The Jeanes Teacher is now making a study of promo- 
tion by levels in Beading as suggested by Clarence R. 
Stone in Better Primary Reading — a book published 
this year. A study will also be made of assignments sent 
out by supervisors of reading in the Cleveland system. 
An adaptation of feasible assignments will be made for 
our county if possible. Already this term we have in- 
itiated the plan of having slow pupils read supplementary 
books for the grade in which the pupil was last year before 
beginning the basal book for the pupil's present grade. 
A greater interest in reading is being assured by this 
plan, 

"Both schools opened in July. My first tasks were the 
checking of schedules, registers, lesson plans, and 
observation of the progress made by the pupils in the 
First Grade, The teacher of Grade One in the school 
was attempting to teach sixty-four pupils in a room that 
Beats thirty pupils comfortably. It was suggested that 
she divide the pupils into two groups and teach one 
group in the morning and one group in the afternoon. 
Her methods of instruction are poor; her pupils make 
little progress each year. I find her attitude fair; her 
initiative and ability mediocre. I would suggest that the 
teacher be given Third or Fourth Grade another term, 
as she possesses poor technic for First Grade teaching. 
All teachers had put forth an effort to improve their 
rooms. Bookcases had been made for each room and 
tables made for those teachers who had no adequate 
desk. The English teacher had purchased a bulletin 
board, secured a library table, and dictionary stand — 



STATE SUPERINTENDENT'S REPORT 197 

the latter two objects were made by one of the male 
teachers and the older boys. Bookcases were made in 
the same manner. The lumber was furnished by the 
Board. The school presents two rather serious problems : 
— the very wet and swampy condition of the grounds and 
the fall in attendance after the first two or three months 
of school. The school is held in a church building and 
little can be done to make it attractive. The teacher 
might put forth greater effort toward teaching proper 
habits of health and cleanliness. She should also organize 
a parent organization with the aims of improving the 
personal appearance and attendance on the part of the 
pupils. 

Register, schedule, and plans were checked. The 
teacher was given demonstrations in the teaching of 
Reading in Grades Two and Three. 

The school was visited September 2, 3, 4, 16, 28 and 
October 13." 



THE SLATER FUND 
Through the help of the Slater Fund county school officials are being induced to provide more 
and better high school opportunities for Negroes. During the biennium 1934-36 the Slater Fund con- 
tributed aid to Florida Negro Schools as follows: 

193445 
COUNTY SCHOOL PURPOSE 

Gadsden ..Stevens High School 6-room addition 

-County Training School Science equipment .„ 

-County Training School Science equipment 

, , Lincoln Academy Science equipment 

„ Peck High School _ Supplement salary of principal 

...flnumy Training School Maps and furniture 



i 



Jaekdon 
MadlBon . 
Manatee 
Nassau ... 
Osceola ... 

Polk 

Suwannee 

Taylor 

Walton 



..Union Academy Library nn»l equipment 

.Douglas Junior High School Toilet facilities 

.County Training School ..Blackboards „. 

_Tlvoll High School „ ..2-room addition 



TOTAL 



AMOUNT 
12,000.00 
100.00 
100.00 
100.00 
100.00 
100.00 

10O.4XI 
450.00 
160.00 
500.00 

13,690.00 



COUNTY SCHOOL 

Broward Dillard High School 

Gadsden ..._ Stevens High School 

Jackson .County Training School 

Levy Wllllston .. 



Madison 

Marlon . 

Nassau 

Osceola 

Polk 

Suwannee 

Taylor 



.County Training School 

.Howard Academy 

.Peck High School 

-County Training School 
.Union Academy 



1936-M 

PURPOSE 

8 up plem en tary Read ers 

„ Home Economics 

.. ^......Home Economics 

„_„„ -Desks 

..Supplementary Readers 

Home Economics 

Supplementary Readers 

„ Supple men tary 

Supplementary 



—Douglas High Si'houl Supplementary 

County Training School Not used 

Walton ...Tlvoll High School Improved Building 

To Jeanes Teachers' Salaries 



Readers 
Readers 
Readers 



I 100.00 
30.00 

100.00 
100.00 
100.00 
100.00 
100.00 
100.00 
100.00 
100.00 
100.00 
100.00 
2,970.00 



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X 

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1 

a 

V. 

o 

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n 
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AMOUNT -. 



T. 



TOTAL 



»4,100.00 



STATE SUPERINTENDENT'S REPORT 199 

PUPIL PROGRESS AND ACHIEVEMENT 

Very few county superintendents pay attention to 
pupil progress and achievement in their white schools ; 
consequently, they pay no attention to pupil progress 
and achievement in their Negro schools. It is recom- 
mended that superintendents keep an accurate account 
of pupil progress and achievement in all schools as is 
kept of financial records. 

THE ROSENWALD FUND 

The Rosenwald Fund discontinued granting aid on 
achoolhouse construction in 1931. During the depth of 
the depression the Fund was not very active. With the 
return of better business conditions the Fund renewed 
the granting of aid on the purchase of libraries for Negro 
Schools. The Fund now helps in the purchase of libraries. 
For the school year 1936-37, the Fund will have available 
four library sets, as follows: 

1. An elementary library costing $36.00, essentially 
the same as the one for 1935-36. 

2. A supplementary elementary set easting $15.00. 
This set will include no books listed in the $36.00 
elementary library. 

3. The Negroana set (Books By and About Negroes) 
for High Schools, the same as the 1935-36 set. 

4. A set of books about Interesting People all over 
the World for high schools, costing $15.00. This 
set is to include books about Mexicans, Filipinos, 
Chinese, Japanese, Polynesians and Negroes. 

The Fund will pay one-third the cost and freight 
charges on any of these sets for Negro schools, and one- 
third the cost plus freight on the two high school sets — 
Books By and About Negroes, and Interesting People All 



200 DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

over the World — for white high schools. The $36.00 
elementary set and the $15.00 supplementary elementary 
set may be purchased by white schools at full cost plus 
freight charges. 

The two extra library sets-one elementary and one 
high school — are being added this year at the urgent 
request of several of the State Departments of Education. 
The lists are being prepared by the officers of the Fund 
assisted by able library consultants. These will be ready 
for shipment within a short time, 

CURRICULUM 
High School 

The high school curriculum is too traditional and does 
not fit the needs of Negro students. It is recommended 
that the curriculum be adapted to the needs of Negro 
students. The adaptation will increase the coBt of sec- 
ondary education but will provide the students with use- 
ful training and the state with better citizens. 

Colleges 

The college curriculum is also too traditional. The 
subject matter taught in colleges needs to "be integrated. 
It is recommended that the Negro colleges follow the 
pattern set by the University of Florida and teach general 
courses of integrated knowledge. 



STATE STJI'EBINTENDENT'S HEPOHT 



201 



TABLE I 

ENROLLMENT • PEB CENT OF ENROLLMENT BY DIVISIONS 

AVERAGE NUMBER OF CHILDREN ENROLLED PER TEACHER 

AVERAGE LENGTH OF TERM FOB N EG KOES— 1934-35 



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102,270 


27.1 


84.4 


11.7 


3.6 


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165 


Alachua . -,.. — . 

Bay 


3,988 

383 

712 

652 

1.058 

2,031 

318 

183 

351 

406 

88 

1,593 

7,432 

4.-.SI 

382 

11,054 

3,064 

232 

405 

4.4B3 

111 

71 

211 

869 

213 

49 

326 

537 

5,786 

122 1 

420 

3,883 

2,551 

103 

1.518 

728 

4.376 

1,009 

326 

2,352 

1.6S3 

3.395 

367 

475 

760 

248 

130 

2,930 

427 

3.388 

45S 

2.914 

3,947 

1,835 

1.597 

702 

524 

562 

2. 199 

800 

1,465 

883 

355 

3,268 

517 

724 

781 


26.4 
51.4 
35.6 
40.7 
20.8 
32.8 
39.6 
21.8 
32.7 
28.3 
35.2 
32.8 
25.2 
17.0 
33.2 
14.1 
21.6 
38.7 
33.1 
83.3 
42.3 
32.3 
34.1 
45.9 
40.8 
6.1 
32.5 
35.4 
17.9 
18.0 
30.0 
40.0 
40.0 
50.4 
25.9 
21.7 
34.5 
3S.6 
37,4 
39.4 
30.3 
29.8 
27.5 
13.0 
33.9 
38.3 
42.3 
22.9 
27.8 
23.9 
28.6 
19.5 
26.8 
27,4 
22.9 
13.9 
30.3 
26.8 
30.5 
33.8 
31.6 
40.9 
31.2 
18.0 
30.9 
25.6 
40.5 


85.6 
!»7.4 
93.5 
94.9 
85.4 
90.3 
97.7 
90.1 
92.3 
86.2 

100.0 
80.2 
77.6 
72.4 
96.5 
78.4 
75.8 
98.1 
83.8 
89.2 
93.6 
97.1 
90.5 
98.6 
»5.3 

100.0 

B&9 

100.0 
75.6 
86.0 
»4.7 
92.5 
96.0 
99.0 
86.6 
78.0 
89.3 
95.9 
95,7 
95.4 
88.1 
86.2 
39.3 
74.1 
85.6 
92.3 
96.9 
82.0 
M.n 
80.6 
91.9 
75.0 
81.T 
85.1 
77.6 
74.3 
88.9 
88.4 
88.2 
85.0 
98.1 
91.9 

100.0 
76.3 
89.5 
81.0 
95.5 


9.8 
2.5 

bj 

5.0 

13.7 

9.1 

2.2 

9.8 
7,6 
8.8 . 

6.3 
11.1 
21.7 

3.4 
15.4 
17.5 

3.8 
10.9 

8.7 

6.3 

2.8 

9.4 

1.3 

4.6 

8,5 

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13.9 J 

5.2 

5.9 

3.9 
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9.7 
15.3 

7.9 

4.0 

4.2 

4.4 

9.4 
10.4 

7.6 
1S.5 

B.S 

7.2 

3.0 
13.3 
11.9 
13.3 

7.4 
19.5 
14.1 
11.7 
15.7 
16.8 
11.0 

9.2 

8.4 

50 

6.0 

7.5 

17.4 
8.5 

17.5 
4.4 


4.5 

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17 
5.2 
5.7 

9.6 
6.6 

5.2 
2.0 

2.4 

5,5 



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8.5 
6.5 
2.5 

2.8 
8.2 
2.9 
7.3 
4.4 
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4.6 

"13 
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5.3 
4.0 
8.0 
6.6 
8.8 

2.3 
8.3 

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A 

1.9 
1.8 


35 
38 
44 
36 
80 
58 
26 
36 
31 
33 
44 
82 
45 
42 
M 
39 
35 

u 

35 
40 
27 
35 
36 
31 
30 
16 
32 
28 
87 
30 
32 
87 
39 
34 
29 
34 
3T 
34 
20 
32 
85 

36 
30 
27 
27 
43 
42 
30 
43 
26 
41 
85 
85 
28 
81 
27 
40 
40 
40 
87 
M 
39 
M 
. 23 
36 
81 


160 
158 
159 




12H 




160 




160 


Charlotte 


161 
160 


Citrus 

Clay 


159 
181 


Collier 


159 


Dade 


159 
175 




160 


Dlile 

Duval 


180 
178 
160 




139 


franklin 

Gadsden 

Gilchrist 

Glades 

Gulf 


180 
160 
159 
158 
159 
132 
160 




161 


Hernando 

Highlands 


160 
160 

176 


Holmes 


156 
160 




153 




160 


Lafayette 

Lake S. 

Lee 


136 
159 
155 
160 


Levy 


160 


Liberty 


159 


Madison 


160 
160 


Marlon 

Martin 


160 
160 


Monroe 


180 




138 


Okaloosa 


161 
160 


Orange 

Palm Beach 

Pasco 

Pinellas 


159 
157 
180 

138 
180 


Polk 


159 




160 


St. Johns 

St. Lucie 


160 
180 




139 


Sarasota 

Seminole 


180 
160 
161 


Suwannee 

Taylor 


160 
159 


Union 

Volusia 


155 
160 


Wakulla 

Walton 

WanblngtoD 


160 

160 
160 



202 



DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 



TABLE II 

TRAINING AND CERTIFICATION OF NEGRO TEACHERS 
1984-35 



CODNTIES 


Ms 

— ~ 

a a 

a 3 
•a 

7.0 


at 

■a 
it « 

£ *■ 


■ 
I 

JfS 


R 

. a 
KB 

a 


_ e 
|| 

JkSc 

*4 at 

^ S — u 

h O H 

. «13 a 


6 

S 9 
3 

%3 

zo a 


N 

H 

s 
is 

t, 
Zo 


STATE 


652 


904 


708 


356 


1448 


756 


596 




15 

1 

8 
8 

1 
1 
4 
2 
2 

«5 
3 
5 

61 

22 
3 
3 
4 
1 

4 

3 
4 

40 

5 

34 

1 

3 

15 

7 

22 

10 

1 

5 

11 

24 

3 

7 

4 

23 

5 

43 

28 

1 

14 

22 
2 
3 

11 

2 

« 

2 

23 
2 
5 


31 
2 

"4 
18 
17 

"2 
2 

12 

99 

2 

184 

47 

3 

8 

IS 

i 

i 

10 
72 

3 
19 

1 

20 

10 

26 

G 

"i 
is 

39 
5 
3 

7 
1 

25 
2 

27 
2 
43 
38 
22 
38 

"b 

7 
25 

9 
9 

65 
2 
2 


68 

7 

2 

« 

14 

10 

3 
8 
5 

29 

"4 

5 

30 

17 

1 

48 

"i 

4 

16 

3 

3 
4 
5 

39 
1 
5 

42 
6 

15 

4 

54 

13 

23 

13 

49 

1 

5 

15 

2 

3 

20 

5 

7 

13 

30 
20 

4 

'5 
4 
IS 
22 
11 
12 

30 
8 
8 

3 


14 

8 

'2 
13 

i 

"e 
"2 
3 

3 

43 
3 

' i 

7 
4 

"i 

2 
3 

.... 

9 

SB 

i 

14 

1- 

15 

41 

8 

"i 
1 

2 
6 

.. 
2 
2 

2 

i 
1 
i 

■ "7 
1 

18 

1 

9 

1 

11 

10 

22 


36 
3 

22 
19 

2 

1 
5 

12 
152 

4 

230 

68 

3 

10 

18 

i 

"3 
12 

108 

6 

46 

1 

32 
17 
40 
14 

6 
21 

54 
4 
9 

11 

1 
.... 
43 

5 
80 

1 
53 
73 
20 
48 
22 

2 


83 

2 

T 2 
6 


28 

7 

3 

4 

18 

15 

1 

3 

10 

7 

1 

23 

12 

6 

6 

45 

17 

4 

16 

"i 

1 

19 
3 

1 
5 
7 

87 
4 
7 

10 

, 3 

18 
3 

35 
4 

1 

1 
19 
55 

5 

7 

12 

7 

2 

27 

7 

12 

7 

17 

38 

11 

8 

6 

5 
20 

7 
14. 
18 

1 
34 

3 
12 

16 


48 


Baker 




Bay 


13 




14 








"i 






Clay 




Collier 


1 

14 


Dade 






1 


Dikle 


4 
8 


Franklin 

Gadsden 

Gilchrist 


4 
75 

4 


Gladea 

Gulf 


1 
4 









4 
2 


Highlands 


2 


HUlshorougn » 


8 




48 




80 




8 


Lake 


1 


t*e 


41 


Levy 


11 
15 


Madison 


66 




g 


Martin 




Orange 


5 
1 

2 




5 




9 


Polk 






11 




3 


St. Lucie 


11 




1 
16 


Union 


12 
5 
9 


Wakulla 


18 


Walton 


2 


Washington 


9 






STATE SUPERINTENDENT'S REPORT 



203 



TABLE III 

RANGE OF ANNUAL SALARIES 
1934-35 



OF NEGRO TEACHERS 



COUNTIES 


m 
9 

M 
«■ 

s 

o 
#4 


a 

N 

if 

S 
§ 


a 
e 

g 

n 


a 
a 

S 

© 


to 

•*> 



w 

1 


a 
a 
« 




s 

♦A 


a 
a 

a. 

§ 


a 

*» 


9 



1 


a 

a 

8 

a 


i 

< 

a 
1 

s 




STATE 


BS 


BSO 


686 


794 


848 


226 


83 


20 


aa 


33 


Baker 

BV 

Bradford , 


1 

.... 

22 
1 

"8 

i 

7 
15 

8 


70 
1 

15 
16 

12 
18 

3 

78 
4 

6 

e 

"i 

62 

« 
It 

65 
86 

25 

*"s 

1 

"i 

20 
2 

16 

2 
2 

18 
3 

6 

15 


28 
6 
1 
2 
8 
S 

ii 

t 
i 

26 

"9 
7 

23 

3 
26 

1 

"7 

2 

8 

13 

43 

2 

a 

1 

2 

17 

80 
9 

15 
4 

32 

42 
9 

i 

7 

ii 

4 

3 

18 

is 

23 

41 

12 

2 

16 
12 
87 

'i 
i 

6 
2 


11 
22 

i 

"4 

27 

1 

8 

1 66 

47 

"is 

~"i 

4 

14 

2 

11 

44 

1 

32 

13 

22 

9 

1 

2 

10 

28 

"5 
1 
2 
3 

48 
6 
1 
2 

68 

3 

11 

i 

18 

31 

8 

B 

77 

~4 


i 

.... 

"i 

40 

1 

09 

14 

"4 
67 

"i 

.... 

7 
1 

"i 
a 
5 

T 

10 

48 
1 
13 
21 
2 
1 
9 

8 
3 

23 

1 
4 


3 
4 

"i 

1 

91 

38 

2 
1 

i 

1 

18 

i 

a 

i 
1 

"I 

.::: 

28 

19 

2 

i 

"i 

3 
2 


1 
1 

2 
8 

8 
1 

'i 

:::: 

16 
3 

i 
i 


1 

7 

1 

1 

"i 

1 

z 

"4 
1 
1 

-J 


1 

"a 

1 

"5 

"i 

"i 

1 
.... 

18 

i 


1 
I 


Broward ... 




Charlotte 

Citrus 

Clay 




Collier 




Columbia 

Dade , 

De Soto 

Dixie 

Daval 


1 
2 

"7 


Franklin 

Gilchrist 

Gulf 


1 
1 




„, 




1 




2 


Indian River 


"i 












2 






Leon 


2 


Liberty 


















1 












i 

1 




2 






Pinellas 

Polk 

St. Lnt-le 


1 

1 










Seminole 


1 




i 






Wakulla 

Walton 


22 


Washington 





204 



DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 



TABLE IV 

DISBURSEMENT BY COUNTIES OF STATE FUNDS ON NEGRO SCHOOLS 

1834-85 



COUNTIES 


i 8 i 

*• o 


■•I 

s5£ 


B 

a 
t 

5 


1=58 6 




I 52.3S3.1H 

4,604.81 

8,831.61 

. 7,832.84 

21,208.24 

4.805.01 

4,840.01 

5,531.36 

23,040.86 

6,183,87 

4,609.04 

44.395.33 

8,102.47 

50,031.09 

1,406.93 

1. 305.86 

3.142.4B 

11,041.68 

3,289.7a 

1.252.60 

4,845.62 

76,511.57 

1,653.87 

50.448.45 

30,647.78 

1,243.49 

25.835.11 

54,823.23 

12,812.69 

6,006.16 

30,788.56 

22,665.34 

51,917.38 

4,454.44 

8,022.89 

12,125.17 

4,697.03 

1.678.71 

40,905.71 

4,531.42 

6,537.14 

52,438.82 

23,840.67 

23,575.81 

8,735.52 

7,878.84 

29,226.42 

10,041.63 

18.340.63 

11.646.67 

4,962.51 

8,589.32 

9.666.13 

ii.r,i2.80 


| 84,232.00 
3,680.00 
4,476.75 
4,230.00 

14,995.78 
3,190.00 
1,950.00 
3,640.00 
4,837.19 

16,479.00 
4,354.09 
3,859.25 

39,776.56 
1,720.00 

33,500.23 
960.00 
680.00 
1,618.00 
5,755.00 
2,284,00 
1,017.75 
3,795.00 

71,921,54 
1,620.00 

82,736.98 

16,847.50 
705.57 

22,682.63 

41,346.00 
9,365.40 
5,075.00 

19,480.35 

18.924.88 

39,703.22 
3,559.87 
7,729.24 
6,976.66 
2,682.45 
1 ,280.00 

32,372.55 
4,194.42 

e.onff.on 

42,976.80 

17,640.00 

21,514.00 

4,819.87 

6,688.00 

23,238.00 

8,320.00 

14,513.25 

6,421.00 

1,530.00 

5,047.25 

7,397.50 

6.303.67 


1 18,151.18 

724.81 
4,355.86 
3,702.84 
6,212.46 
1,715.01 

479.61 
1,300.01 

694.17 
6,561.86 
1,829.78 

749.79 

4,618.77 

1.382.47 

16,530,88 

446.93 

625.86 
1,624.49 
5,286.68 
1,005.72 

234.85 

1,050.62 

4,590.03 

33.97 

17,711.47 

13,800.28 

537.02 

3,152.48 

13,477.23 

3,447.29 

931.16 

11,308.21 

3,740.36 

12,214.16 

895.07 

283.65 
5,146.51 
2,034.58 

398.71 
8,533.3 6 

337.00 

481.14 
9,460.12 
6.200.67 
2.061.81 
3,915.65 

680.84 
5,987.42 

721.63 
3.82T.38 
5,225.67 
3.482.51 
3.542.07 
2.268.63 
3.200.13 


65.3 
84 2 


Bar 


50.6 

53 3 


Calhoun 

Citrus 

Clay „.. 


70.7 
65.0 
80.2 
78.0 
87.4 
71 5 


Dixie 

Gllcbrlst 

Hladea 

Gulf 


70.4 
83.7 

88.5 
55.4 
66.9 
68.2 
52.0 
48.8 




52.1 


Hillsborough, 


69.4 

61.2 
78.3 
94.0 
97.9 




64.8 
54.9 




86.7 


Lake 


87.7 


Levy" 

Liberty 

Manatee 

Marlon „.,.. 


75.4 
73.0 

84.4 
63.2 
83.4 
76.4 
79.9 


Monroe 


96.3 
57.5 




66.6 


Okeechobee 


76.2 
79.1 


Polk ~ 


92.5 
92.6 
61.9 
73.9 
91.2 




55.1 




90.6 




79.5 




92.8 




78.1 




65.1 


I'nton 

Wakulla 

Walton 


80.8 
58.7 

77.0 
66.2 


GROUP 


* 936.876.24 


K 703,981.80 


£ 232,894.44 


75.0% 


Brevard 

Collier , 


I 14,163.21 

832.56 

83,825.49 

1 36,332.92 

5,207.91 

7.125.68 

5,521.97 

10,541.18 

38,928.11 

38.560,39 

10,826.95 

49,060.60 


% 15,449.20 

952.50 

97.108.60 

143.563.85 

6,232.00 

8,022.90 

5. 720. 00 

10,613.37 

48,078.75 

51.858.50 

11.646.72 

50.801.38 


* 1.285.89 

110.04 

8,183.11 

7,230.93 

1.024.08 

887.31 

198.03 

72.18 

8.150.64 

12,298.11' 

619.77 

1.740.78 


109.0 
114.4 


Dade 


109.2 




105.3 


Franklin 


119.6 

112.5 
103.5 




100.6 
120.4 




131,0 


St Lucie 


105.6 




103.5 




* 408. 126. OS 


I 449.947.86 


$ 41,826.88 


112.0<$ 



STATE Sm'EKINTENDE.VTS KEPORT 



son 



TABLE V 

AGGREGATE AND AVERAGE ANNUAL SALARIES OF WHITE 
AND NEURG TEACHERS 

1034-3,'. 



COUNTIES 



Aggre ga te Salaries 



No. of Teacher? 



White 



Negro 



White Negro White 



.li(. Annual Hilar f 



Ntgro 



STATE 


*7,H(*1. '.*««. 24 


*l.l53.u2li.«o 


9t«5 


2800!* 880.52 


* 412 11 


Alachua 


127,012.01 


34,232.00 


163 


112 


779.21 


305.64 




39,744.16 


3,680.00 


91 


10 


701.25 


388.00 




bi;,hi7.51 


4,475.79 


101 


18 


522.04 


279.73 


Bradford 


37,218.70 


4,230.00 


62 


18 


600.30 


tw.ec 




71,018.16 


15,448.20 


83 


80 


859.84 


441.40 




98.695.S9 


14,993.78 


119 


39 


M« H 


428.49 


Calhoun 


28,857.09 


3,190.00 


74 


12 


r,*u.tto 


206.88 


Charlotte 


17,643.76 


1,850.00 


22 


6 


801.96 


390 m> 




81,900.00 
28,004.98 


3,040 00 

4,837.19 


47 
41 


11 
12 


HT1.48 
OSfcM 


330.90 




403.09 




17,880.90 


IS&M 


24 


2 


744.06 


470.25 




62,279.79 


10,479.00 


86 


49 


724.18 


330.30 




1.108,502.65 


87,108.60 


883 


104 


i2r.r,.ir. 


188.12 


Dc Soto 


42,616.00 


4.354.0B 


69 


11 


aasjn 


IM.S3 




26,934. 7!) 


3.899.25 


88 


10 


094LM 


385.92 




8IW.545.83 


143,963.85 


804 


278 


1107.04 


5 Mi 41 


KscambU 


260,131.59 


39,778.58 


318 


86 


K18.02 


462.91 




10,196.00 


1,720.00 


19 


7 


679.73 


249.71 


Franklin 


27 .367.48 


0.232.00 


28 


14 


977.40 


449.14 




88,910.55 


33.600.23 


100 


110 


812.02 


.MM 54 


(lllehriat 


23.360.36 


960,06 


80 


4 


778.87 


240.00 




14,792.52 


680.00 


19 


2 


778.44 


34O.O0 




12.730.tIB 


1,518.00 


22 


6 


978.66 


288.00 


Hamilton . 


37,381.15 


5,759.00 


04 


28 


584.23 


208.08 




48,026.39 


2,284.00 


86 


7 


B8S.44 


326.28 


Hendry 


24.WS7.29 


1,017.75 


28 


8 


891.68 


»»9.25 


Hernando 


24.897.76 


3,795.00 


87 


10 


671.83 


379.50 




06,224.00 
821, 889.02 


| 8,022.99 


66 


19 


•SLftf 


422 M 




71.921.54 


965 


153 


851.18 


470.07 




78,883.96 


1,620.00 


140 


4 


527.74 


405.00 


Indian River 


39,673.44 


5,720.00 


49 


IS 


■09.M 


440.00 




111.067.39 


82,736.98 


194 


104 


579.08 


814,77 


Jefferson , , 


38.244.39 


16,847.50 


52 


04 


687.00 


263.24 




22.932.49 


T05.37 


43 


S 


on n 


230 19 


Lake' 


192,092.71 


22,082.63 


159 


01 


KtM 


444.75 


Lee 


86.84231 


10,613.87 


112 


21 


773511 


MM 39 




90,247.44 
95,322.99 


41,346.00 
9,365.40 


94 
88 


no 

29 


MOuM 

628.87 


380.48 


Lery 


822.94 




30,029.87 


5.075.00 


33 


10 


U2H It 


817.18 




48.395.12 


19,480.39 


79 


78 


549.30 


J64L8S 




122.3C6.T4 


18.824.08 


172 


47 


711.42 


402.63 




107,182.02 

10,906.92 


39.703.22 
3.999.37 


130 
24 


112 

10 


788,10 

812.78 


354.49 




35593 




4 4.34 B. 49 


7,729.24 


63 


10 


T03.B6 


4*3 07 




38,620.90 
51.293.08 


6.976.66 

2,662.45 


94 
101 


28 
8 


822,60 

607.89 


149.10 


Okaloosa 


IN 82 




18,908.10 


1,280.00 


27 


S 


oh.-,..-,! 


< 90 04 


Orange 


286,808.24 


32.372.59 


812 


70 


915.57 


462.40 


87,004.18 


4. 104.42 


63 


14 


597.84 


299.00 


Palm Bench 


316,980.82 


48,078.75 


273 


77 


1130.13 


624.39 




64,188.90 


6,090.00 


S3 


17 


773.35 


3 MS 23 




492.3011.42 


91.858.50 


437 


71 


112K.77 


T80.46 




517,642.24 


42.978.80 


484 


111 


1 009.50 


387.19 




73,213.43 
68,409.72 
86,379.41 


17,040.00 

21,514.00 
11,540.72 


87 
75 

4(1 


51 

67 

22 


841.63 
845.40 
790.70 


34 5 HH 




377 43 


St. Lucie 


524.89 




70,268.84 


4,819.87 


127 


19 


353 2B 


298.07 




73,100.00 


0,088,00 


79 


14 


112538 


477.71 




89,993.4X1 


23.239.00 


in* 


64 


S33.26 


430.86 




00,608.76 


9,320.00 


70 


20 


■ 749.64 


372.80 




65,086.29 


14,513.25 


101 


89 


<S44 41 


ST2.13 


Tajlor 


49,049.84 


6,421.00 


71 


24 


ojaJa 


247.84 


15,540.00 
272.373,68 


1,530.00 

50,801.38 


86 

2*3 


10 
109 


IS1JM 

:.i;2.4. - . 


198.00 




ijtNJt 




23,669.90 


6,047.25 


38 


23 


1 1 ;. 98 


219.44 




63,772.58 


7,997.60 


100 


20 


601.62 


379.87 




47,308.97 


A 3113 67 


108 


25 


438.04 


362.14 



21 Hi 



DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 



TABLE VI 

PER CAPITA COST OF INSTRUCTION 
1934-35 





Total Current Expense 


Enrollment 


Per Capita Cost 
of I ii st ruction 


COUNTIES 


White 


Negro 


White 


Negro 


White 


Negro 



STATE 1*11,482,104.68;* t ,.112,240.31 j 282,206 1 102.2791* 40.72 1* 14.78 



Alachua 

Baker 

Bay 
Bradford 

Brevard 

Broward 

Calhoun 

Charlotte 

Citrus 

Clay 

Collier ......... 

Columbia 

Dade 

De Soto 

Dixie 

Dnval 

Escambia 

Flagler 

Franklin ....... 

Gadsden 

Gilchrist 

Glade* 

Gulf 

Hamilton 

Hardee 

Hendry 

Hernando 

Highlands 
Hillsborough 

Holmes 

Indian River 

Jackson 

Jefferson 

Lafayette 

Lake 

Lee 

Leon 

Levy 

Liberty 

Madison 

Manatee 

M&rlon 

Martin 

Monroe 

Nassau 

Okaloosa 
Okeechobee ... 

Orange 

Osceola 

Palm Beach 

Pasco 

Pinellas 

Polk 

Putnam 

St- Johns 

St. Lucie 

Santa Boss 

Sarasota 

Seminole . .. 

Sumter 

Suwannee 

Taylor 

Union 

Volusia. 

Wakulla 

Walton 

Washington 



189,660.42 

55,291.70 

78,755.04 

62,233.76 

119,205.28 

153,972.25 

44,087.82 

30,751 .88 

52,382.92 

51.113.31 

35,086.34 

90,769.79 

1,517,580.48 

63,528.39 

48,096.64 

1,187,340.98 

341,580.74 

22,742.26 

48,568.12 

134,473.01 

38,303.47 

26,510.28 

20.703.50 

56,234.10 

74,491.36 

84,566.78 

39,288.23 

88,361.32 

1,123,759,60 

104,648.35 

60,339.18 

167,957.07 

65,893.61 

39,499.71 

242,452.83 

139,229.53 

135,737.08 

65,290.92 

48,042.01 

68,7 90.21 

106.668.54 

164,826.06 

39,711.47 

59,391.17 

57,670.48 

81,051.92 

27,891.69 

395,305.04 

65,366.18 

41)4,494.00 

100,663.74 

606,921.79 

679,305.73 

107,567.22 

99,384.44 

54,945.85 

105,837.48 

151,518.40 

142.021.74 

82,956.01 

108,070.64 

77,712.93 

28,724,92 

412.109.48 

37,538.30 

93,415.74 

71.685.33 



44,562.46 

4,629.18 

5.005.26 

5,447.49 

23,807.85 

21,058.83 

5,800.83 

2,607.73 

4.688.39 

6,175.82 

3,613.60 

17,796.82 

137.884.45 

6,050.81 

4,986.58 

171,331.22 

53,645.92 

1,989.14 

8,576.63 

42,594.28 

1,096.01 

1,158.46 

1,973.27 

6,394,94 

2,783.07 

1,450.20 

4,761,59 

10,041.94 

103,335.11 

3.149.50 

10,428.05 

35,348.83 

19,828.19 

813.38 

27,058.38 

16,747.36 

51.318.61 

10.821.46 

9,210.66 

22,195.76 

23.349.34 

46,809.54 

5,967.71 

11,147.93 

10,736.08 

2,974.80 

1,691.25 

41,754.64 

5,610.80 

61,938.451 

T.l 19.72 

62,798.10 

67,558.10 

23,598.89 

31,336.33 

16,064.60 

5.06T.29 

17,314.01 

30,530.71 

10.85.1.87 

18,062.96 

7,250.85 

t,965.83 

63,806.41 

6.865.64 

9,956.71 

7,631.91 



5,236 


3,988 


36.22| 


1,552 


385 


35.62 


3,746 


712 


21.29 


1,907 


652 


32.63 


2.260 


1.058 


52.74 


3.652 


2.031 


42.16 


1,959 


318 


22.50 


699 


183 


43.09 


1,125 


351 


46.56 


1,050 


406 


48.67 


522 


88 


68.94 


2,751 


1,593 


32.90 


31.450 


7,432 


48.25 


1,871 


469 


33.95 


1,006 


382 


47.80 


23,993 


11,054 


49.48 


10,301 


3,064 


33.15 


444 


232 


51,22 


1.089 


495 


44.59 


3,201 


4.493 


42.00 


014 


111 


42.00 


517 


71 


51.29 


480 


211 


42.33 


1.701 


869 


33.05 


3,054 


218 


24.39 


701 


40 


49.31 


1,068 


326 


36.78 


2,012 


537 


43,91 


32,500 


5,786 


34.48 


4,244 


122 


24.65 


1,287 


420 


46.88 


6.340 


3,883 


26.40 


1,047 


2,551 


62.98 


1.162 


103 


33.08 


4.579 


1,518 


52.94 


3,353 


728 


41.52 


2,424 


4.376 


55.99 


2,126 


1,000 


40.12 


784, 


326 


61.27 


2,164 


2.XT:2 


81.78 


4,710 


1.683 


41.75 


3.828 


3,305 


43.05 


755 


,-tn7 


52.59 


2.224 


476 


26.70 


1,473 


TrtO 


39.15 


3.223 


248 


25.14 


789 


130 


35.35 


8,998 


2,930 


43.93 


1,789 


427 


36.53 


8,834 


3,386 


51.44 


2.298 


458 


43.78 


14,174 


2.914 


42.81 


16.697 


3.947 


40.68 


2.587 


1,835 


41,57 


2,430 


1,597 


40.89 


1.386 


702 


80.64 


3,870 


524 


27.34 


2.659 


562 


56.98 


2,738 


2,1S0 


51,87 


2,009 


800 


41.29 


3,331 


1,465 


32.44 


2,147 


883 


36,19 


1.257 


355 


22.85 


8,102 


3,268 


50.86 


1,005 


517 


37.35 


3,516 


724 


26.56 


3,«16 


781 


23.84 



8.50 

12.02 

7.02 

8.35 

22.50 

10.36 

18.24 

14.24 

13.35 

15.21 

41,06 

11.11 

18.55 

12.00 

13.05 

15.49 

17.60 

8.57 

17.82 

0.48 

9.87 

1(5.31 

9.35 

7.35 

13.06 

29.50 

14.(5(1 

18.70 

17.85 

25.81 

24.82 

0.10 

7.77 

7,89 

17.82 

23.00 

11.72 

10.72 

28.28 

9.43 

13.87 

13.79 

16.26 

23.46 

14.12 

11.99 

13.00 

14.25 

13.16 

18.29 

15,54 

21.55 

17.11 

12.86 

19.62 

22.88 

9.67 

SO.08 

13.88 

ls.r.r. 

12.32 
8.21 

6.53 
19.57 
13.27 
13.76 

9.77 



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207 



TABLE VII 

VALUE OF SCHOOL PROPERTY AND PER CAPITA VALUE OF SCHOOL PROPERTY 

FOR NEGROES 
B. NUMBER OF BUILDINGS. COUNTY OWNED, AND NOT COUNTY OWNED. 

1934-35 



Total cost 

of School 

Property 

(or Negroes 



Negro 
Enrollment 



Per Capita 
Value oif 

School 
Property 



Number of 
Buildings 



County 
Owned 



Not 
County 
Owned 



State. 



4,799,62* 



102,279 



46,92 



1.005 



341 



Alachua 

Baker . 

Bay 

Bradford. . . 

Brevard 

Broward 

Calhoun 
Charlotte 

Citrus 

Clay 

Collier 

Columbia 

Dads 

DeSoto 

Dixie 

Duval 

Escambia 

Flagler 

Franklin , , . , , 
Gadsden 

Gilchrist 

Glades 

Gulf 

Hamilton . . . . 

Hardee 

Hendry ...... 

Hernando. . . . 

Highlands. . . . 

Hillsb rough 
Holmes., 
Indian River 

J action 

Jefferson 

Lafayette . . , 
Lake 



Levy 

Liberty 

Madison . . , . 
Manatee 
Marion . 

Martin 

Monroe 

Nassau 

Okaloosa . . . . 
Okeechobee . 
Orange ..... 

Osceola 

Palm Beach 

Pasco 

Pinellas 

Polk 

Putnam. 
St. Johns. . . . 
St. Lucie 
Santa Rosa . 



Sumter 

Suwannee . - . 

Taylor 

Union 

Volusia 

Wakulla 

Walton 

Washington . 



181.577 

7.900 

5,430 

8,735 

50,400 

90. SOB 

965 

2,970 

7,493 

9,493 

3.104 

56,035 

602,760 

1.410 

1,673 

694,519 

114,730 



10,940 

51,625 

515 

1.235 

4.6B5 

6,424 



1,373 

24,650 

322.553 

2,400 

II. SAO 

31.655 

5.495 

380 

81.230 

163.249 

137. 545 

5,080 

1,390 

21.563 

40,525 

103.575 

22,732 

35,616 

63,725 

4,350 

2,100 

86,383 

39,940 

214,349 

7,260 

.432.195 

191,722 

47 .353 

132.800 

33,743 

1,580 

32. 105 

121,690 

8,025 

23,840 

9,550 

3.850 

273,045 

3,773 

9,160 

4,395l 



3.988 

385 

712 

652 

1.058 

2,031 

318 

183 

351 

406 

88 

1,593 

7,432 

469 

382 

1 1 ,054 

3,064 

232 

495 

4.493 

Ml 

71 

211 

869 

215 

49 

326 

537 

5,786 

122 

420 

3.SS3 

2,551 

103 

1,518 

728 

4,376 

1.009 

326 

2,352 

1,683 

3.395 

367 

475 

760 

248 

130 

2,930 

427 

3,386 

438 

2.914 

3,947 

1.835 

1,397 

702 

524 

562 

2,199 

800 

1.465 

883 

355 

3,268 

517 

724 

781 



45,53 

20 51 
7 65 

13 42 

47.63 

44.71 

3 03 

16 22 

21.35 

23.38 

i.S 27 

35-17 

81.10 

3.00 

4.38 

62.82 

37.44 

27,01 
11.49 

4.63 
17.39 
22.20 

7.39 



4.21 

45 90 
55.74 
19 67 
28.28 

8 15 
2.15 
5.63 

53,51 
224. 24 

31.43 
5.03 
4.26 

9 16 
24.07 
30.50 
61.94 
74.98 
83.84 
17 54 
16,15 
99.07 
93,53 
63.36 
15,85 

120 86 
48.57 
25.80 
83,15 
48 06 

3,01 
57.12 
55 33 
10.03 
16.27 
10.81 
10.84 
83.55 

7,30 
12.65 

5.62 



49 

4 

8 

10 

8 

8 

9 

3 

8 

6 

I 

24 

68 

s 

6 

41 

.'4 

<■> 

5 

+2 

5 

7 

3 

20 

5 

3 

i 

I 

>S 

1 

1 

47 
35 

.1 
18 

5 
4^ 

?r> 
12 

44 
13 

4S 
5 
.' 

a 

7 

I 
18 

7 

1ft 
111 

8 

29 
M 

a 

4 

II 

3 

17 

<< 

26 

in 

8 
26 
15 
10 
13 



46 

4 
4 
10 
7 

6 

3 
1 

4 

3 



23 

68 



i 

41 

14 



2 

10 

1 
1 
1 

10 

(1 
i 

I 

4 
IS 

2 

2 
to 

6 

M 

4 
39 
12 

5 

10 
5 

41 
4 

I 

9 

5 
1 

18 
3 

10 
3 
8 

20 

15 
1 
4 
2 

12 

8 
17 

? 

4 
21 

7 

10 

'3 



3 


4 

I 

2 
6 
2 
4 
1 
I 
1 

3 
4 


10 
ft 
3 

32 
2 

3 

10 
5 
2 
5 
4 

10 


IB 
29 
2 
4 
1 
6 
8 
7 
34 
7 
7 
1 
1 
6 
2 


4 
6 
7 

o 

9 

3 
5 


9 

5 
1 
9 

8 
4 
3 
8 

9 



DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 



TABLE VIII— A 

POPULATION. WHITE AND NEGRO: PER CENT OF POPULATION, WHITE AND 

NEGRO: VALUE OP SCHOOL PROPERTY. WHITE AND NEGRO: PER CENT 

OF TOTAL VALUE OF SCHOOL PROPERTY. WHITE AND NEGRO 

1934-35 





Population 


Per Cent 

ol Total 
Population 


Value of 
School 
Property 


Per Cent 
of Total 

Value 


St*te 


1,035,305 


70.5 


$ 69,435,538 


93.5 




19,048 
4,492 
9,000 
6,670 
9,062 

13,365 
5,934 
3,229 
3,717 
5,092 
2,016 

112|885 
6,247 
3,424 
101.999 
..39,609 
1.613 
3,814 

12,923 
3,334 
1,877 
2,086 
5,673 
9,417 
2,108 
3.423 
6,511 
124.360 

12,475 
4,792 

19.417 
4.288 
3.631 

16.717 

11.444 
9.681 
7,694 
2,646 
7,411 

13.680 

15.065 
3.136 

11,137 
5,486 
8,881 
2,901 

37,494 
7,610 

34.987 
8,796 

51,129 

.So, 266 

10,280 

11,981 
5.187 

11.873 
9,634 

10,302 
7,427 

10,395 
8,141 
4,582 

30,203 
3,214 

11,852 
9,606 


55.5 

71.7 

74.5 

70.9 

68.2 

66.3 

81.3 

80.4 

67.4 

74.3 

69.9 

60,5 

7B.9 

80,7 

53.4 

65.6 

73.9 

65.4 

60,7 

43.3 

80.5 

68 

63.5 

60 

91 

60.3 

69.3 

70.9 

81 

96,5 

71.3 

60,7 

31.9 

83.2 

72.2 

76.4 

41.3 

61.8 

65 

47.5 

69.7 

50.9 

61.2 

81.7 

58,5 

89.7 

70.2 

75.4 

71.1 

67.6 

83.2 

82.3 

77.8 

56.9 

64.1 

69.5 

84.3 

77.5 

55 

69.8 

66.1 

62 

61.7 

70.7 

58.8 

81.3 

78.8 


% 956,036 
102,438 
279,980 
162.725 

1,155,300 

1,495,577 
189.880 
156.250 
242,198 
135,030 
88.717 
399.331 

9,311,295 

394,750 

95.870 

5,854.531 

1.275.770 
101,600 
237,035 
444,575 
125,697 
66,690 
72,770 
193.086 
475.500 
131,830 
194,242 
637,770 

7,959.500 
389,955 
449.300 
707,305 
170,425 
120,035 

1,642,925 

1,580,570 
457.335 
209,050 
69.411 
299,507 
970,565 
,495,920 
«9.4«s 
399,807 
181,615 
301 , 134 
201,100 

3.131,285 
483,100 

3,804,063 
411,545 

6,825,655 

3,256,025 
734,260 
688,485 
550,380 
461,995 
959,382 
907.800 
370,625 
365,350 
91,765 
73,978 

3,842,280 
169,650 
201,980 
144,490 


84 

93 8 
98 




94.8 




95 8 




94.2 




99.4 




98.1 




96.9 




93.4 
96.6 




87.6 




93.9 




99.6 




98.2 




89 3 
91-7 

too 




95,5 

89.5 
99.3 




98. 1 


Gulf .♦.. 


93.9 

96.7 




100 
100 
99.2 




96.2 




96.1 




99.3 


Indian Rirer 


97.4 
95.7 


THFenon 


96.8 




99.5 


Lake 

Lee . . 


95.2 

90.6 
76.8 
97.6 
98 




93.2 




95.9 




82.7 




93.3 




91.8 




74 




98.5 




98.9 


Oraogr . . 


91.5 
92.3 




94.6 


Pasco 


98.3 
95 




94.4 




94 




83.8 




94.2 




99.6 




96.7 




88. 1 




97.8 




93.8 


Taylor 


90.3 

95 

93.3 


Wakulla 


97.8 


Walton 


95.6 




97 



STATE SUPERINTENDENT'S REPORT 



200 



TABLE VII l-B 

POPULATION, WHITE AND NEGRO: PER CENT OF POPULATION, WHITE AND 

NEGRO: VALUE OP SCHOOL PROPERTY. WHITE AND NEGRO: PER CENT OP 

TOTAL VALUE OP SCHOOL PROPERTY. WHITE AND NEGRO. 

1934-35 



Negro 

Population 



PcrCent 
of Total 

Negro 
PoouUtion 



Value ol 
School 



Negro 



Per Cent 

of Total 

Value 

Nep-o 



State 



431,828 



29.4 



(4. 799. 624 



6.3 



Vaker 

Bay 

Bradford 
Brevard . 



Charlotte 
Citrus. 



Collier . 



DtSoto 
Dixie.. 

Duval. . 



Flagler. 
Friinicliu. 



Gilchrist. 



Gulf 

Hamilton , 



Hendry 

Hernando .... 
Highlands. 
Hillsborough , 

Holmes 

Indian River . 

Jackson 

Jefferson 

Lafayette 



Le*. 




15. 313 

1.781 

3,087 

2.730 

4,199 

6,587 

1,361 

784 

1,799 

1,766 

745 

5,790 

29,894 

1,497 

2.995 

S3, 411 

13.924 

852 

2,469 

16,967 

803 

816 

1,096 

3.779 

931 

1,327 

1,523 

2,677 

28.983 

1.931 
12,551 
9,120 
727 
6,442 
3,543 

i3,m 

4,762 
1,421 
8,203 
6,820 

14,513 
1,984 
2,432 
3,883 
1,016 
1,200 

12,226 
3,058 

16.760 
1,777 

10.974 

16,020 
7.812 
6,U 
1.797 
2.208 
2.803 
8,431 
3.217 

4 [995 
2.846 

12,537 
2.154 
2.724 

2.574 



44.6 

28.4 

25.5 

29 

31.6 

33.3 

18.6 

19.3 

32.6 

25.8 

30.1 

39.6 

20.9 

19.3 

46.7 

34.3 

26 

34.3 

39.3 

56.8 

19.4 

29.5 

34.4 

40 

9 
38 
30.8 
29.1 
18.9 

3.5 
28.7 
39.3 
68 
16.7 
27.8 
23.6 
SB. 7 
38.2 
34.9 
52.5 
30.3 
49.1 
38.8 
18 

41.4 
10 .1 
29.1 
24.6 
28.6 
32 4 
16.8 
17.7 
22.2 
43.2 
35.8 
25.5 
13.7 
22 
45 
M.2 
33.9 
38 
38 
29.3 
41 
IS 
21,1 



181,577 

7,900 

5,450 

8,755 

50,400 

90,808 

963 

2,970 

7,495 

9,495 

3.104 

H.oaa 

602.760 
1,410 
1,673 

694,319 
114.730 



1.375 

24,650 

322,555 

2,400 

11.880 

31.665 

5,495 

580 

81,230 

163.249 

137,545 

5,080 

1,390 

21,565 

40,525 

103,575 

22,732 

35,616 

63,723 

4,350 

2,100 

290.2W 

39,940 

214,549 

7,260 

332,195 

191,722 

47,355 

132.600 

33,745 

1,580 

32 . 105 

121 ,690 

8,025 

23,840 

9,550 

3.850 

273,045 

3,775 

9.160 

4,395 



16 

7.2 

2 

5.2 

4.3 

5.8 

.6 

I.» 

3.1 

6.6 

3.4 

12 4 

6.1 

.4 

1.8 

10.7 

8.3 



10,940 


4.3 


31.615 


10.5 


515 


.5 


1,235 


1.9 


4,685 


6.1 


6,424 


3.3 







.8 

3.8 
3.9 
.7 
2.6 
4.3 
3.2 
.5 
4.8 
9.4 

23.2 
3.4 
2 

6.8 
4.1 

17.3 
6.5 
8.2 

26 
1.5 
I.I 
8.5 
7.7 
5.4 
1.7 
5 

5.6 
6 

16.2 

5.8 

.4 

3.3 

11.9 
2.2 
6.2 
».S 
5 

6.7 
2.2 
4.4 
3 



210 



DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 



TABLE IX 
SCHOOLHOUSES AND ADDITIONAL ROOMS NEEDED FOR NEGROES 






One- 
Room 


Two- 
Room 


Tbree- 

Rocin 


Four- 
Roam 


Six- 
Room 


Larger 

Buildings 


Addi- 
tional 
Rooms 


Total 

Room 


State 


308 


133 


43 


21 


13 


29-271 


205 


1393 




10 

2 

6 












2 
1 


12 


Baker 

Bay 


2 
1 
2 


i 


i 

1 






11 

10 




1 






16 








1-8 


18 


8 






2 








22 




■ 






I 




12 




2 










4 


Citrus 


4 
1 












6 


Clay 

Collier. 






1 






7 

















13 

2 
19 


6 
1 


i 










28 


Dade 


2 


3 


2-12,1-8 
1-12 




60 


Dt Soto 


15 








I 


8 


Duval 


7 
I 






1-60 

1-6.1-8,1-20 


30 


143 










36 




4 
2 
5 
I 
2 
t 

IS 
2 
1 
3 
4 

1 

17 
14 




1 
1 




8 


Franklin 








1-12 




18 


Gadsden 


12 

1 


8 


53 


Gilchrist , , , , 










3 


GlaHri 












I 


Gulf 


3 
I 

2 

3 


I 
1 

1 




1 






10 








24 












7 


Heraandn 










3 




1 


I 






13 








20 








1 
















r 




11 

15 

1 

20 

4 

2 

17 

I 


11 

4 
I 
2 

2 
2 


3 






6 


90 








56 


Lafayette 


5 


Lake 


2 

6 

15 
13 
23 


1 






4 

4 


16 
4 

32 












29 










17 




"a 


1 








63 






I- 16 




27 




3 




1 


9 

















Nassau 


12 

3 


I 




1 








18 










5 



















1 

1 
3 
6 






2 
1 








9 




i 

3 










T 






2-18 
1-7 


40 
8 


2S 








I 


19 










40 


Polk 


4 
12 
5 


4 
1 
3 










20 








I 




20 






1 






15 






1-2+ 





24 




1 


3 




1 


1 


17 






2 

4 


2 




4 
2 
14 
10 
4 
21 
10 
2 

7 

3 










1-10 


18 




1 

4 




2 


1 


18 






4 
4 


26 












14 




3 








1-10,1-20 


10 




32 


Wakulla 


3 

2 
2 
1 


2 






22 








1-10 




16 




3 


1 




24 


*Higtilann* 






8 

so 


13 




50 



STATE SUPERINTENDENT'S REPORT 



211 



TABLE X 

ENROLLMENTS IN FLORIDA NEGRO COLLEGES 





Regular 

Session 
1934-35 


Summer 

Session 

1935 


Regular 
1935-36 


-iiiim 
1936 




K40 


n 


-1 

£z5 


aaia 
1*1 

a.<0 


12 
gj 

HO 


JIM 
li| 


- -J° 
fc<0 




Hi 

EZ.5 




MO 


■Ss' E 
1 J 


Alachua 


24 




2 


24 




2 


29 




u 


25 


33 

2 


16 




2 
I 
2 

2 






5 

""i 

9 

4 

I 

3 

1 

1 

20 

48 

2 

6 

66 

26 

1 

9 

96 

2 
3 
S 






1 

"h 

8 






7 
1 
11 
3 
9 




Bradford 




'"i 

4 








1 
4 

1 


3 
9 
2 


1 

1 






3 


3 






Charlotte - - , , 


1 










2 






1 

I 
1 
7 
& 
4 
2 
24 
« 














3 

2 

1 

19 

43 

6 

6 

42 

11 


1 


Clay . 






9 




6 






12 


1 














Dade 


8 

S4 

2 




1 
20 

1 




s 
1 


9 

S9 

1 


* ' " * * 


is 

2 


'""7 


LkSoto. 

Dixie 


2 


Duval 


105 

35 




22 




16 


130 
36 




20 


21 


FUgltr 


















3 
12 










5 

IS 






3 
96 

1 


t 

2 


2 


Gadsden 
















Gilcrist ♦.♦.. 
















Glides , 




















Gull 


















1 

5 
2 

I 

6 

1 

33 

1 

20 

25 

1 

13 

2 

136 

4 

4 

35 

15 

26 

3 

2 

7 

3 

18 
6 
25 

9 
26 

20 

10 

II 

1 

2 
2 
21 
8 
18 
4 
1 
19 
IS 
10 
9 






1 










3 
























1 
t 

"ii 
2 

1 
2 












2 
3 

4 
46 
4 
2 
26 
17 






2 








Hernando 


1 
















2 








2 
3 


1 


Hillsborough , 


43 






2 


47 




5 




I 

n 

6 














1 








1 




1 


18 

7 




1 












2 

6 




L« H . hi 


11 

6 

MB 






17 

5 

157 

2 

3 

35 

13 

34 

2 

6 

7 

1 






10 

6 

153 




3 


4 













1 




Levy 








I 


1 


Uberty.,.**. , . ■ . 


1 

2 

5 

35 

11 
5 














Madison , . 








3 
8 
1 


3 

6 
28 

1 
10 

6 




i 

n 

i 


4 
IS 
2 
1 
I 

2 

11 

6 
6 
J 

17 
8 
2 

1 

1 
13 
6 




Manatee 

Mariofl 




"5 


2 
4 
2 












1 










1 




1 


I 


Okeechobee 












1 


Osceola .....«, 
Palm Beach 


26 

1 
15 




5 

4 


24 

5 
25 

7 
29 
25 
18 
14 

1 

I 
11 

2 
16 
9 




3 


20 

u 

2S 
25 
5 
8 
15 
2 


. . . *.. 


14 

1 

11 

"3 
14 
2! 
46 

4 


4 
1 
1 






4 
4 
'. 
!■! 




Pinellas 

Polk 

Putnam 

St- Johns * 


29 

31 
9 




1 

i 
u 

24 

4 


1 

6 
14 
24 

2 




1 
14 



















1 






2 






3 


u 




3 














3 










3 
I 





2 


2 


Taylor. 
























11 




1 


23 

IS 
13 
3 






7 




12 


49 












Walton 


2 




1 
















Washington 






2 




I 














Total 


684 


271 


134 


97S 


286 


82 


748 


465 


237 


892 


293 


131 



212 DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 



CHAPTER V. 



TEADE AND INDUSTRIAL EDUCATION 

During the biennium 1934-36 the program of trade and 
industrial training has made substantial progress. More 
persons have participated as noted from a comparison 
of the annual enrollment of 4,812 for the year ending 
June 30, 1934, the last year of the preceding bien- 
nium, and the enrollment of 10,195 for the corresponding 
year and date of the biennium for which this report is 
submitted. 

In 1934 The State Board for Vocational Education co- 
operated with 12 counties in the operation of 13 local 
programs as compared with 18 counties and 22 local 
programs in 1936. 

Enrollments and geographical spread indicate a wider 
acceptance of this type of educational service, but more 
significant evidence is present in the sincerity of purpose 
of those applying for training and the increasing read- 
iness of employers to cooperate by accepting persons vo- 
cationally trained for employment. 

The interest and business-like manner of the directive 
and instructional forces engaged in the service has been 
largely responsible for the advance in these respects. 
These characteristics are further reflected in the progress 
made in adapting the instruction to the actual needs of 
the worker. 

The trends of the program have been in the direction 
of preparatory training on a short unit basis for those 
seeking first employment, and adjustment training for 
those, who through force of circumstances and conditions 
attending a general slump in production and business, 



STATE SUPERINTENDENT'S REPORT 213 

have lost their jobs to find that new skills and knowledge 
are required for the new jobs in prospect. 

While training has been offered in more than thirty 
trades and occupations, the greater numbers have been 
trained in the service trades such as hotel work, barber 
service, and the commercial occupations. Entry into 
the building and other skilled trades has been low and 
consequently comparatively little has been done to train 
persons for these trades. 

The organization of the classes has followed the regular 
lines in the main, i.e., day, part-time, and evening ; how- 
ever, one phase of part-time instruction has received 
added attention. This phase of the part-time plan relates 
to training for high school students in the junior and 
senior ygars. The primary objective has been to assist 
qualified students, who obviously will enter trades and 
occupations which do not require college training, in the 
selection of, entry into, and training for a definite occupa- 
tion. The plan is operated on a cooperative basis between 
the school and employment, one-half time in school and 
the other in employment. The half time in school is de- 
voted to technical and related skills pertinent to the 
occupation, and the work time is organized for definite 
training in actual job performance. The plan operates 
in the smaller centers and the larger ones alike, depend- 
ing upon the cooperation of trade and business interests 
and the school. Experiments thus far have revealed a 
highly acceptable transition from full-time school to full- 
time employment without interrupting high school gradu- 
ation or displacing older workers while students are in 
training. 

Another important plan of part-time training has con- 
tinued and has resulted in a high percentage of employ- 
ment, viz : that of the hotel service. During 1934 eleven- 
hundred and ninety-four were trained in six centers. In 



214 DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

1936 fifteen-hundred sixty -four were trained in eight 
centers. The enrollments stated can he translated largely 
into citizens who have gained definite and remunerative 
employment in one of Florida's largest industries. 

An experiment in a county-wide program operated 
from a central office in the county was begun during the 
biennium. Polk County, having a population of 82,184 
and nine towns" and cities ranging from a population of 
1,632 to 21,017, agreed to cooperate in the plan. In the 
first year classes of a type suited to the needs of young 
and older workers were promoted. The total number of 
persons enrolled for training was 828. 

In summary, Florida's program of trade and industrial 
training has met the problem of necessary job training 
for many of its most substantial citizens. No attempt 
has been made to describe progress along all lines in 
detail. However further information as to enrollment, ex- 
penditures, et cetera, may be secured from the following 
tables. 



STATE SUPERINTENDENT'S REPORT 



215 





EVENING TRADE AND INDUSTRIAL SCHOOLS 






1934-35 
















Reimburse 


COUNTY 


SUBJECT 


Numhrr 


Number 


merit 






Pupils 


Teachers 


State and 
Federal 


Dude 


Aviation Motors, Aviation Welding. Applied 
Electricity. Aviation Instruments. Avia- 










tion Propellers, Aero-Dynamics 


151 


ID 


* 779 00 


Duval 


Motors and Generators* Nurses' Training, 
Skin Diseases, Medical Laboratory, 
Dietetics, Electrical Theory and Practice, 
Navigation (Marine), Marcel Finder 
Waving. Fireman Training, Blue Print 
Reading and Drafting, Hotel House- 
keeping, Electrical Refrigeration. Air 
Brakes CRR). Table Service, Carpentry, 




. 






Tailoring. Printing 

Electrical Theory and Practi ve . . . . 


in 


20 


1,024.71 


Pinellas 


22 


1 


92.00 


Escambia 


Carpentry, Electric Refrigeration. O-A 
Welding, Blue Print Reading and Draft- 
ing, Shop Mathematics, Electrical Theory 
and Practice, Machine Shop Mathematics, 










Sheet Metal Drafting 


156 


9 


1,315.00 


Hillsborough ,,..., 


Auto Mechanics, Machine Shop Practice, 
Electric Refrigeration, Radio, Janitorial 












181 


t 


952.55 




Blue Print Reading and Estimating 


14 


88.00 


Palm Beach 


E lectrical Theory and Practice, Interior 








Volusia 


Shop Mathematics for Carpenters and Mill- 


79 


! 


327.00 




men ............. , 


12 


i 


72.00 




Radio, Blue Print Reading and Drafting, . . . 


32 


2 


222.00 


State Board for 










Vocational 














500 


1 


2,400.00 






IS 


1 








50 
38 


1 


80 00 












Sherrill Oil Drivers' Conference ,......, 


li 


1 


. , . . . 






48 










39 


















1889 


57 


I 7,352 26 



PART-TIME TRADE EXTENSION AND TRADE PREPARATORY SCHOOLS 

1934-35 











Reimburse- 


COUNTY 


SUBJECT 


Number 


Number 


ment 






Pupils 


Teachers 


State and 
Federal 


Dade 


Tabic Service, Bellman Service, Porter Ser- 
vice. Housekeeping, Houseman's Service. 
Switch Board Operation, Candy Making, 






f 

% -V024 97 




Linen Room Service 


8 IS 


20 


Monroe . 


Table Service, Bellman Service, House- 












53 


3 


450.00 






55 


I 


48 00 


Palm Beach 


Housekeeping, Bellman Service, Table 








234 


4 


472,50 


Broward . 


Table Service. Housekeeping. Bellman 












126 

87 


3 

21 


425.00 






300.00 




Table Service, Housekeeping . 


65 


2 


135.00 




Bellman Service. Housekeeping. TableSer- 
vice. Electrical and Related Subjects, 
Auto Mechanics, Machine Shop. Printing 










Practice, Radio Repair and Theory 


279 


8 


485.14 






1709 


43 


% 7.340 61 



216 



DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 





PART-TIME GENERAL CONTINUATION SCHOOLS 
1934-33 




COUNTY 


SUBJECT 


EfMawhtf 
Pupils 


Number 
Teachers 


Reimburse- 
ment 
State and 
Federal 




Front Office Service, Hotel Service and 
Equipment 

Front Office, Bookkeeping, Shorthand, 
Typing, Filing, Spelling, English, Ele- 


129 
191 
223 
103 
323 

235 

67 
324 

62 

52 

1054 
701 


2 
4 

4 
3 

4 

4 
2 
5 

1 
I 

11 
6 




Pinellas 

Orange 


t 035,62 

1 910 50 


EugUsh, Spelling, Short band, Typing, Book- 
keeping, Filing, Electricity, Wood and 
Metal Work 


2,609 86 


Escambia 

Franklin 

M orion .,.,.- 

Seminole 

Gadsden - - 

Hillsborough 


Bookkeeping, Shorthand, Typing, Office 
Practice, Spelling, Filing, English, Sheet 
Metal, Woodwork, Drafting, Electrical . . 

Bookkeeping, Filing, Office Practice, Ele- 
mentary School Subjects. Shorthand, 
Typing, Consumer Buying, Citizenship. . . . 

Woodwork, Elementary School Subjects, 
Office Machines. Filing, Shorthand, Book- 
keeping. Typing, Commercial Art , 

Shorthand. Typing. Bookkeeping, Business 
English 

Bookkeeping, Shorthand, Typing, Wood- 
work, Drafting, Radio 

Shorthand, Bookkeeping, Typing, Office 
Practice, SoWling, Elementary School 

Shorthand, Typing. Bookkeeping, Spelling, 
English, Filing 

Shorthand, Typing, Bookkeeping, General 
Education Subjects, Citizenship, Filing. 
Office Appliances, Related Commercial 
Subjects, Wood and Metal Work, Elec- 
trical and Auto Mechanics, "related to 
the particular trade or occupation at which 

Shorthand, Typing, Bookkeeping. Store 
Service, English, Filing, Office Practice, 
Elementary School Subjects ,,....,.,.,., 


2, 15s. 00 

1,256.25 

2,278.00 
362 50 

1.388 50 

450.00 
175.00 

6.620 29 
3,340.00 




Total 


3464 


47 


(23,784.52 



ALL-DAY TRADE AND INDUSTRIAL SCHOOLS 
1934-35 



COUNTY 



SUBJECT 



Nuffiber 

Tupili 



Number 

Teachrf 1 , 



Rdmbune- 



State and 
Federal 



Palm Beach 
Jackson .... 

Duval , 

Dade 

Hillsborough 



Auto Mechanics, Electrical Practice, Radio, 
Drafting, and Related Work 

Carpentry ...,., 

Boat Building 

Masonry (brick and cement). 

Beauty Culture 

Boat Building, Radio .,.......,, 

Auto Mechanics, Electriat Practice, Radio, 
Printing, Machine Shop, .,..,-,. 

Total 



75 
16 
30 
70 
39 
101 

202 



3t 2,959.00 
187.50 
490.00 
680.00 
1,005.93 
2,458.81 

5,232,31 



H 3, 013.55 



STATE SUPERINTENDENT'S REPORT 



217 





EVENING TRADE AND INDUSTRIAL SCHOOLS 






1935-36 
















Reimburse- 


COUNTY 


STJBJBCT 


Number 


Number 


ment 






Pupils 


Teachers 


State and 

Federal 






70 
IS 


2 
I 


136.00 


Alachua 




216,00 






48 




83.23 






17 


1 


28.00 


Palm Beach 


Interior Decoration, Steel Square and Lay- 












40 


2 


300.00 


Duval 


Motors and Generators, Electrical Theory 






and Practice, Electric Refrigeration Ser- 










vice and Repair, Electric Welding. Steel 
Square, Blue Print Reading:, Sign Writing, 


















Diesel Engine, Hair Cutting. Hair Waving, 










Medical Laboratory, Railway Air Brakes, 










Laboratory Technique, Tailoring, Car- 










pentry, Sign Writing. Slide Rule Calcu- 
Tatfnna, Radio Sem™ and Hepair, Hooae- 


















keeping. Dining Room Hostess Service. 












USB 


26 


2.283 73 


Folk 


Bine Print Reading and Drawing, Acetylene 
Welding. Mathematics for Machinists. 


















Blue Print Reading and Layout, Phos- 












181 


7 


1,192.00 




Electric Theory and Practice, Ignition 






Problems, Machine Shop Practice. Radio 










Service and^ Repair, Electric Theory and 
Practice, Air Conditioning, Auto Body 


















Mathematics, Slide Role, Electrical Theory 
and Practice, Blue Print Reading and 
Drafting, Acetylene Welding, -Electric 
Refrigeration Problems, Sheet Metal . . . 


158 


2 


939.02 


Haratnhii 


























161 


1 


1.366.00 


gj^y 


Mathematics, Aviation Mechanics, Plumb- 


20 


1 


36.00 




ing Theory and Practice, Aero- Dynamics, 










Electrical Theory and Practice, Fabric 










Doping, Airplane Propellers, Engine Over- 










haul, Airplane Instruments, Cable Splic- 










ing, Airplane Accessories, Fuselage Re- 












366 


13 


1.488.00 




Carpentry, Steel Square, Blue Print Read- 










Radio Service and Repair, Carpentry (Steel 


n 


1 


164.00 




108 


4 


297.00 


State Board for 










Vocational 










Education 


Barber Science and Service 


250 


1 


2,400.00 






2740 


72 


fit .069.03 



218 



DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 



PART-TIME TRADE EXTENSION AND TRADE PREPARATORY SCHOOLS 

1935-36 



COUNTY 



SUBJECT 



Number 
Pupils 



Number 
Teach en 



Reimburse- 
ment 
State and 
Federal 



Pinellas 



Polk. 



Dade 

Volusia 

Hitls borough 



Orange 

DuvoJ . 
Palm 1 

State Board foe 

Vocational 
Education 



Moid Service, Front Office, Switch board. 
Table Service, Bellman Service 

Table Service, Switchboard Operation, Bell- 
man Service, Maid Service , . . , , 

Shop Practice and Related Subjects, Bell- 
man Service, Table Service, Maid Service, 
Switchboard Operation, Hostess Dining 
Room Hotel, Elevator Service and Opera- 
tion . . . . . 

Switchboard Operation, Maid Service, Caf- 
eteria Service. Table Service, Bellman 
Service, Mathematics, Coordination, 
Hotel Service 

Maid Training. Table Service 

Knitting Machine Operation; Processes and 
Related Subjects, Auto Body Repair and 
Related Subjects, Auto Mechanics, Radio 
Service and Repair, Electrical Theory 
and Shop, Machine Shop Practice, Print- 
ins - 

Woodwork and Carpentry, Radio and 
Related Subjects 

Table Service, Shop Practice and Related 
Subjects 

Mathematics for Firemen 

Maid Service, Table Service, Bellman Ser- 



Barber Science 
Total 



212 
94 



287 



750 
58 



267 
103 

79 

123 

130 

265 

2368 



4 



80+. 30 
420.00 



10 793.30 



5.624.82 
231.00 



1,578 08 

510,00 



3O8.50 
126.00 



393 74 



fl0,789.94 



STATE SUPERINTENDENT'S REPORT 



218 





PART-TIME GENERAL CONTINUATION SCHOOLS 






1933-36 
















Reimburse- 


COUNTY 


SUBJECT 


Number 


Number 


ment 






Pupils 


Teachers 


State and 
Federal 






171 


1 


% 750.00 




Bookkeeping. Shorthand, Typing, Office 
Practice, English, Mathematics, Penman- 


















ship. Spelling, Sheet Metal, Electrical 










Practice, Woodwork, Drafting, Spoken 












211 


4 


2.685 73 


Doth] 


Elementary School Subjects, High School 
Subjects. Shop Practice, Woodwork, Ma- 
chine Shop, Drawing, Sheet Metal, Elec- 
tricity, Toy Assembly, Typing, Short- 
hand, Filing and Office Practice. English, 
Library, Office Machine and Appliances, 
Office Instruction and Drill, Commercial 
Spanish, Safety Instruction, Related la- 












1282 


15 


7,612 63 


Hillsborough 


General Occupations and Related Subjects, 






Co-ordination, Shorthand, Typing, Book- 










keeping, English, Spelling, Business Cor- 










respondence, Office Practice, Filing and 










Indexing, Office Machines and Appliances, 
Store Training and Related Subjects, i. e. 


















Merchandise Information, Textiles, Colors, 












823 


9 


6, 104.68 


Dade 


Hotel Training, Front Office, Coordination. . 
Auto Mechanics, Woodworking. Machine 


S3 


1 


843,50 












Shop, Electricity. Shorthand, Bookkeep- 










ing, Typing, Business English, Spelling, 
Office Practice, Store Training, Merchau- 




















381 


5 


3.270 00 


Escambia 


Bookkceping. Machine Bookkeeping, Short- 






hand, Typing, Filing, Commercial Art, 










Spanish (Conversational}, Elementary 










School Subjects, Drafting. General Shop. , 


265 


5 


2,634.00 




Shorthand, Business English, Bookkeeping, 










Drafting, Bookkeeping, Shorthand, Typing, 


205 


2 


1,571.02 


Pinellas 










Mathematics, English, Spelling 


214 


4 


2,537.00 


Seminole 


Typing, Shorthand, Bookkeeping, Ele- 












68 


1 


500.00 


Gadsden 


Shorthand, Typing. Bookkeeping, Filing. 












SI 


I 


195.00 


Polk 


English Grammar, Bookkeeping. Filing, 
Shorthand, Typing, Spelling, Office Ap- 


298 


10 


4,216.25 




















pliances, Salesmanship and Store Service . . 


339 


4 


1.393,24 




Total 


4363 


62 


134,713.07 



221) 



DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 



ALL-DAY TRADE AND INDUSTRIAL SCHOOLS 
1935-36 



COUNTY 



SUBJECT 



Number 
Pupils 



Number 
Teachers 



meat 

State and 

Federal 



Dixie — 
Duval., 

Pinellas 



Polk 
Dade 

i^eon 

Hillsborough 



Palm Beach. 



Mi I! work, Carpentry, Related Subjects. . . - 

Beauty Culture. Theory and Practice. ..... 

Electricity, Theory aod Practice, Machine 
Shop and Related Subjects, Auto Me* 
chauics, Theory and Practice of Beauty 
Culture. .,,.,,.........,,, 

Carpentry and Related Subjects, Mill work 
and Related Subjects 

Radio Service and Repair, Boat Building 
and Related Subjects ........... . . .... . 

Trowel Trades: Brick and Stone Laying. . . 

Carpentry and Related Subjects 

Millwork, Shop Practice and Related Sub- 
jects, Auto Body Repair and Related 
Subjects, Radio Service Repair and Re- 
lated Subjects, Electric Shop aod Related 
Subject, Machine Shop and Related Sub- 
ject? ....,,.*...., 

Boat Building 

Total , 



142 

32 

70 
32 
32 



31S 
39 



731.24 
615.90 



2,212.50 
1,272.00 

3,316.00 

720.00 
412.50 



3,133. 38 
840,00 



13*13,753.32 



STATE SUPERINTENDENT'S REPORT 



221 



SUMMARY STATEMENTS 
1934-33 










Number 
Pupil* 


Number 
Teachers 


ReimbunemeaE 

State and 

Federal 




1889 

1709 

34*4 

533 


57 
43 
47 
15 


• 


7.352. 26 




7,340.61 




23,764.52 




13,013.55 






Totals ,.,.,...,..,.,.. , . , ..,....„. 


7,395 

1740 
2368 

4363 

725 


162 

72 
47 
62 
13 


1 
1 


31,490.94 


1935-36 


11,069.02 




10,789.94 




34,713.07 


Total fnr A IH>»jr Claim ,....,,.,. ........... 


13,733.52 






Totalt 


10,196 


194 


% 


70,325 55 



SUPERVISION 
1935-36 



COUNTY 


Reimbursement 

State and 

Federal 


fnitarmTrmrJi 


% 773.00 


Dade 


2,340.00 




2.463.40 

1,130.00 

750.00 






749 27 








$ 8,227.67 



222 DEPARTMENT OP PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 



CHAPTER VI. 



AGRICULTURAL EDUCATION 

During the biennium ending June 30, 1936 the Voca- 
tional Agricultural Education program in Florida has 
compared favorably with that in the twelve southern 
States, as indicated by the fact that one of our teachers, 
Mr. M B. Jordan, of Chiefland^ Florida, was chosen 
Master Teaeher of the South in 1935 and another teach- 
er, Mr. A. W. Tenney of Del/and, Florida, was awarded 
fourth place m the Southern Regional Master Teacher 
Contest for 1936. These announcements were made by 
the Federal Agent for Agricultural Education in the 
Southern Region at the time of the Regional Confer- 
ences. After being selected All-Southern Master Teach- 
er, Mr. Jordan was signally honored by the U. S. Office 
of Education on May 15, 1935. At that time he partici- 
pated in a radio interview on a eoast-to-coast hook-up 
sponsored by the U. S. Office of Education and broadcast 
over NBC from Washington, D. C. One feature of the 
program was the presentation of the All-Southern Master 
Teaeher Diploma by Dr. J. C. Wright, who is in charge 
of Vocational Education in the U. S. Office of Education. 
This diploma is printed in gold letters on unborn lamb- 
skin, its intrinsic value being approximately sixty dollars. 

The fact that teachers of Vocational Agriculture in 
Florida are professionally minded is apparent by their 
one hundred per cent membership in the following as- 
sociations: Florida Vocational Agricultural Teacher's 
Association, Florida Vocational Association, American 
Vocational Association, and the Florida Education Asso- 
ciation. Also, they lead the nation in the percentage 



STATE SUPERINTENDENT'S REPOBT 223 

of subscribers to the AGRICULTURAL EDUCATION 
MAGAZINE, the only national professional magazine for 
Agricultural teachers. 

During the past fiscal year the State Supervisor has 
served as a member of the State Advisory Committee 
of the National Youth Administration. In connection 
with the National Youth Administration we sponsored a 
school beautification and improvement program through 
part-time Vocational Agriculture classes. The teachers 
of Vocational Agriculture in the State received approxi- 
mately $3000 worth of materials through the National 
Youth Administration for their school properties to assist 
them in putting on their respective school beautification 
programs. This haB been a most worth while project and 
the appearance of the school properties in the schools 
where we have departments of Vocational Agriculture 
has shown material improvement. 

While the Agricultural Adjustment Act was in force, 
the teachers of Vocational Agriculture cooperated in 
every way possible in connection with the carrying out 
of the provisions of this Act and since this Act has been 
declared unconstitutional by the Supreme Court they 
have given full cooperation to the Agricultural Adjust- 
ment Administration in connection with carrying out the 
provisions of the Soil Conservation and Domestic Allot- 
ment Act. The State Supervisor, at the request of Hon. 
H. A. Wallace, Secretary of Agriculture, attended a 
Regional meeting at Memphis on March 5, 6, and 7, 1936 
to confer with representatives of the U. S. Department 
of Agriculture on the program under the new Soil Con- 
servation and Domestic Allotment Act. 

We have had representatives of the Agricultural Ad- 
justment Administration on our State Conference pro- 
grams for Agriculture teachers to discuss the Agricul- 



224 DEPARTMENT OP PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

tural Conservation program and educational material 
relating to same. 

During this biennium Florida, along with the other 
southern States, suffered an irreparable loss through the 
deaths of our two Federal Agents, namely, Mr. Robert D. 
Maltby, Agent for white schools, and Dr. H. 0. Sargent, 
Agent for negro schools. These two men are due the 
major portion of the credit for the progress made in 
Agricultural Education in the south during the past dec- 
ade. They were true leaders in their respective fields. 

The teacher-training work for white Vocational Agri- 
culture teachers is carried on at the University of Florida 
under Dr. E, W. Garris as teacher-trainer. During the 
past fiscal year the addition of one man to the personnel 
of the teacher-training department became effective when 
the position of Itinerant Teacher-Trainer was added with 
the employment of a full-time person. For negroes thte 
teacher-training work is carried on at the Florida A. & 
M. College, Tallahassee, with R. h. Reynolds as teacher- 
trainer. 

In both these teacher-training institutions the seniors 
(trainees) do their practice teaching in regularly estab- 
lished high school departments under a regular teacher of 
Vocational Agriculture. 

Each person taking instruction in Vocational Agricul- 
ture carried out on his home farm a supervised practice, 
or project, program under the supervision of his teacher. 
Accurate and up-to-date records were kept by each 
pupil. For the fiscal year 1934-35 the labor income from 
the supervised practice programs exceeded the cost of 
instruction by $99,011.77. For every dollar invested in 
teachers' salaries from Federal, State, and county fundB 
during the fiscal year 1934-35, the returns shown by the 
pupils' labor income from supervised practice programs 
was $1.82.* 

The above data bear out the statement that Vocational 



•Figures for 1935-36 not yet available. 



STATE SUPERINTENDENT'S REPORT 226 

Agricultural Education in the State of Florida is worth 
what it costs. 

The Florida Association, Future Farmers of America, 
has made commendable progress during the biennium 
showing a total increase in membership of approximately 
54 per cent. The increase during the past fiscal year was 
from 1352 to 1916, a total gain of 546 members. 

Each year during the biennium we have held a State 
Convention of the Florida Association, F, F. A. This 
Convention has been held at the University of Florida 
in Gainesville and the attendance has increased each 
year, indicating that the boys are interested in both the 
educational and recreational features of the State Con- 
vention. The Eighth Annual State Convention, which 
was held June 16, 17, and 18, 1936, was the most successful 
that we have held to date. We were honored by hav- 
ing Mr, J. A. Linke, Chief, Agricultural Education Ser- 
vice, U. S. Office of Education, who is the National Ad- 
viser, F. F. A., present during the entire State Convention. 
There were approximately seven hundred Future Farmers 
present, with every chapter in the State represented. The 
highlights of the State Convention were the F. F. A, 
Public Speaking Contest on Thursday afternoon and the 
banquet which was held in the University Cafeteria on 
Thursday night, June 18, as the closing feature of the 
State Convention. At this banquet we were honored by 
having a talk on Future Farmer work given by the Na- 
tional Adviser, Mr. J. A. Linke, and further honored by 
having the President of the University of Florida, Dr. 
John J. Tigert, as our principal speaker. The speeches 
in the Public Speaking Contest as well as Mr. Linke 's 
and Dr. Tigert 's addresses were broadcast over radio 
station WRUF 

We have been successful in securing a State Future 
Farmer Camp, The new F. F. A. Camp is located at 



228 DEPARTMENT OK PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

O'Leno on the Sanja Fe River, just two miles off the 
main highway between Lake City and Gainesville. This 
is a beautiful camp site with a large combination recrea- 
tion and dining hall, fourteen cabins for boys, three lead- 
ers' cabins, and a hospital cabin. We have electric lights 
and water furnished by the local power plant. The use 
of this camp has been donated by the Florida Forest Ser- 
vice to the Future Farmers as the official F, F. A, Camp. 

During the past fiscal year we have inaugurated a 
regular F. F, A. radio broadcast over State-owned radio 
station WBUF, Gainesville. These monthly radio broad- 
casts are given on the third Saturday of each month from 
5 :30 to 6 :00 p. m. In addition to the regular State F. F. A. 
radio program, the majority of the individual chapters 
in the State have broadcast programs over loeal radio 
stations. 

During the biennium Florida has continued to receive 
national recognition in the F. F. A. Jacques Waller of 
Plant City, Past -President of the Florida ' Association, 
F. F. A., was elected National Student Secretary for the 
fiscal year 1934-35, Bonner Carter of Sanford won the 
honor of being selected the best F. F. A. judge of dairy 
cattle in the United States for 1934, Boyd Coleman of 
Sanford was successful in winning second place in the 
National Essay Contest sponsored by the American Royal 
Live Stock Show in 1934. In 1935 Oscar Watson of Jay, 
Florida was ranked as high individual judge of hogs at 
the National Contest in Kansas City. Lester Poucher, 
President of the Florida Association, F. F. A., and one 
of the delegates to the National Convention in Kansas 
City in 1935, won second place in the National Essay Con- 
test sponsored by the American Royal Live Stock Show. 

On February 8, 1936 we staged our first Future Farmer 
Day at the Florida State Fair in Tampa. The purpose of 
this occasion was to combine education and recreation. 



STATE SUPERINTENDENT'S REPORT 227 

In connection with the activities we had a judging eon- 
test in the morning and in the afternoon a brief meeting 
of the Future Farmers iu front of the grandstand, after 
which they were all given passes for the afternoon's enter- 
tainment at the fair. During the meeting the hoys were 
greeted by such persons as the State Superintendent of 
Public Instruction, the State Commissioner of Agricul- 
ture, the President of the Fair Association, and others. 
There were approximately a thousand members present at 
the fair on Future Farmer Day and each wore his Future 
Farmer cap. When these Future Farmers were lined up 
in front of the grandstand they made an impressive sight 
and did a great deal to convince the spectators at the fair 
that the Future Farmer Organization is making itself felt 
in the field of young people's organizations in the State of 
Florida. 

We, in Agricultural Education in the State of Florida, 
are proud of the fact that due to the excellent programs 
of work carried out by the individual teachers, no County 
School Board, for more than three years, has seen fit to dis- 
continue a department of Vocational Agriculture. In other 
words, the teachers of Vocational Agriculture in Florida 
are doing an excellent job and, therefore, the citizens and 
patrons of the schools in their respective communities see 
1he value of a Vocational Agriculture program and are 
anxious to have it continued. As a result of this type of 
work carried on by the teaehers throughout the United 
States, the National Congress, in June of this year, saw fit 
to make an additional appropriation for Vocational Educa- 
tion, effective July 1, 1937. This additional appropriation 
is of such scope that when matched by State funds it will 
enable us to meet the needs for Agricultural Education 
in the numerous high schools in agricultural communities 
in Florida that do not now have the services of a teacher 
of Vocational Agriculture. 



APPROVED AGRICULTURAL DEPARTMENTS SHOWING ENROLLMENT AND AMOUNT OF 

REIMBURSEMENT— 1934-1635 
WHITE SCHOOLS 








School 


Enrollment 


Reimbursement 


County 


a 


1 ** 

OP 


« 


in 


s 


State 


Federal 


Total 


Alachau 


Alachua ... 


31 
13 
10 
44 
29 
34 
27 
63 
27 
24 
47 
27 
21 
12 
40 
120 


11 
10 


ie 

9 
14 
12 


ii 

43 


G9 
75 
24 
72 
50 
48 
77 

ne 

57 
67 
81 
68 
40 
24 
74 
211 


9 450.00' $ 900.00 
460.00 900.00 
1,300.00 1,200.00 
180.00 990.00 
412,60 787.60 
75.00 935.00 
160.00 1.360.00 
300.00 2,700.00 
150.00 1.350.00 
600.00 450.00 
887.50 832.50 
225.00 675.00 
540.00 540.1X1 
300.00 675.00 
375.00 676.00 
450.00 3,610.00 


$ 1,360.00 




Hawthorne 

P. K. Yonge (U.ofF.) 
M a cclenn y- San de rson 

Altha-Frlnk 

Mason-Lake City 

Homestead - 

Mia ml- Edison , 

Redland 

Arcadia „ 

Tate (Gonzales) 

Walnut HU1 ™.„ 

Greensboro 

Trenton 

Plant City 1 


1,860.00 
2,400.00 


Baker _ 


16 
13 


1,140.00 


Calhoun 

Columbia ,, „ 


8 
14 

8 
14 
17 

~9 
23 
19 
12 
20 
50 


1,200.00 
1,010.00 


Dade „ 


12 
21 
13 

9 
10 

8 


30 
18 

24 
16 


1,600.00 
3,000.00 
1,600.00 
1.060.00 
1,230.00 
900.00 


DeSoto 

Eacambla 


Gilchrist 




1.080.00 
976.00 


Hardee „,. 


14 
41 




1,060.00 


Hillsborough 




8,960.00 



B 
B 



O 
«9 



t- 
i- 
O 

HI 

A 

m 

►4 



O 





Gracertlle .._„.„_„. 

Ma lone , 

Maria una 

AtK-illn-Monticello .... 

Chlefland 

WHUston 

Bristol „„ 

Bradenton 

Palmetto 

Baker 


22 
30 
20 
38 
16 
17 
22 
40 
45 
23 
12 
36 
20 
26 
45 
22 
18 
23 
43 
36 
16 
01 
9 
21 


11 

8 
10 
20 
25 
11 
42 
11 
31 
12 
10 
20 
23 
23 
22 
10 




04 
U 
24 
11 

20 


87 
66 
64 
69 
71 
47 
64 
72 
86 
73 
47 
72 
06 
49 
77 
77 
54 
87 
90 
77 
78 
83 
64 
72 


390.00 
390.00 
437.60 
160.00 
800.00 
150.00 
307.60 
100.00 
160.00 
376.00 
375.00 
Kl7.no 
000.00 
375.00 
160.00 
150.00 
000.00 
COO. 00 

MBJO 
BB&0O 

878.00 
150.00 
375.00 
370.00 


72O.0O 
720.00 

tm» 

1.320.00 
600,00 
962,60 
727,50 
975.00 
075.00 
670.00 
675.00 
612.50 
460.00 
900.00 
900.00 
983.10 
450.00 
400.00 
450.00 
675.00 
600.00 

1200.00 
600.00 
676.00 


1,110.00 
1.110.00 
1,800.00 
1,470.00 
1.400.00 
1,112.50 
1,035.00 
1,125.00 
1,125.00 
1,050.00 
1,000.00 
1.150.00 


Jefferson ___ 

Levy 


12 

10 
10 


Liberty .„ „. „. 

Manatee 




21 
10 
38 
14 








Okaloosa 


11 
12 
12 




Laurel Hill 


Orange __ 

Osceola _, 


Apopka _ 


St. Cloud , 


1,060.00 


Palm Beach - 


Pahokee ,,,,„, 
Largo _ _,_... .. 


1,275,00 
1,060.00 


Pinellas 


10 
T 
T 

...... 




Putnam „ _ 

St, Johns „ . ,_ 


Crescent City .„ 

ElnstluKs „ 

A lien town .,„______ 

Jay ,. , 


38 
20 
48 
85 
32 
51 
20 
11 


1.183.10 
1,050.00 


Santa Rosa _- 


16 
12 

U 
_ 

13 


1.000.00 
1,012.50 


Seminole _. 


Sanford ..- 

Ovledo „ 

DeLand-BarberTllle 


1,000.00 
1,275.00 


Volusia 

Wakulla 


12 
36 
88 


1,350.00 
975.00 


Walton 


Liberty 


1,050.00 


Totals 




1,228 


074 


422 


089 


2,814 


$ 16,876.00 


f 86,628.10 


| 62,508.10 



> 
a 

K 
B 

J— t 

I 
■ 

a 

S3 

- 

- 
-, 



i 



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RE1 H HU11SEMENT— 1934-1935 
NEGRO SCHOOLS 





School 


Enrollment 


Reimbursement 


County 






* 
£ a 


ill 


S 

I 


State 


Federal 


Total 


Alachua 


Alachua 

Melbourne ., 


11 
IS 
30 

se 

38 

26 
21 
30 
21 
20 
30 
IS 
80 
27 
26 
18 


11 




12 
46 
12 
12 
17 

15 
19 
15 
41 
10 
20 
13 
32 
OB 
21 
26 


67 
70 
73 
96 
82 

80 
78 
71 

109 
61 

106 
74 
87 

101 
78 
96 


300.00 


T, r 4) 00 


Brevard ~ 


11 
13 

13 
14 


400.00 
300.00 
528.00 
420.00 

S 300.00 
450.00 
307.60 
827.18 
1,050.00 
150.00 
150.00 
330.00 
300.00 


300.00 

450,00 
375.00 
270.00 

$ 460.00 

sootm 
472.50 
531,64 
900.00 
600.00 
620.00 
270.00 
4.10.00 


70000 


Columbia .. 

Gadsden 

Highlands . ~_ 


Lake City 

Qulncy 

Sebrlng 


18 
15 
15 

39 
38 
15 
47 
21 
46 
31 
10 


750.00 

900.00 
690 00 


Hillsborough 


Plant City 


$ 760.00 




75000 


Lake 


11 

10 
10 
11 
15 
IS 
11 
10 


780.00 




R68.72 


Leon .. 

Manatee 

Osceola 


Florida A. A M. 

Tallahassee 

Palmetto ™ 

KNslmtiici' 


1,960.00 
760.00 
670.00 

600.00 


Palm Beach 




750.00 


St, Johns „ 


Hunting* 


21 

44 


337.50 r.62.50 


900.00 


Suwannee 


Live Oak 


300.00 


450.00 


750.00 


Totals 





444 


371 


144 


870 


1.329 


$ 6,947.18 


| 7.351 TA 


5 13,208.72 


Grand Totals 





1,673 


945 

1 


■aa 


969 


4,143 


* 21,822.18 


t 43.979.64 


$ 66,801.82 



T 

B 

I 

H 

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x 

o 



x 

■f. 

H 

W 

— 

H 

s 

X 



APPROVED AGRICULTURAL DEPARTMENTS SHOWING ENROLLMENT AND AMOUNT OP 

RE 1MB URSE M ENT— 1936-1936 
WHITE SCHOOLS 



County 






Alachua 



Baker . 
Calhoun 
Columbia 
Dade 



DeHoto ... 
Escambia 

Gadsden . 

Gilchrist . 
Hardee ... 
Hernando 

Hil 1st. IT" 

Holmes ... 
Jackson 



S.-bool 



Alachua ___ 

Hawthorne 

P. K. Yonge (U.ofF.) 

Maeelenny - 8a n d erson 

Altna-Frink 

Mason-Lake City .. 

Miami-Edison 

Homestead 

Rcdland 

Arcadia 

Gomsalez <Tate) .. 

Walnut Hill 

1 Greensboro „ 

] Trenton 

jWauchula 

B rooks v file _. 

I Plant City „ 

t Bethlehem .< ._ 

IPonce de Leon) .. 

[GraceTllle 

jMalone _ 

IMarlanna - , 



Enrollment 



^2 






IT 
28 
IS 
28 
21 
12 
68| 
30 
16 
39 
36 
43 
9 
24 
66 
44 
133 
33 
33 
18 
46 
89 



M 



16 
14 

o 

58 



4 
90 



14 

37 

36 

8 



22 
63 
11 
7 
7 
27 
IB 



— 






7 

6 
12 

8 
11 

7 

24 
17 

9 
14 

6 



9 
22 
10 
36 
11 
19 



10 
16 






I 



9 

7 

11 

27 

60 

17 



11 



11 



11 

lib 



51 
44 

43 
65 
82 
76 
116 
75 
53 
59 
63 
86 
46 
41 
98 
76 
231 
56 
59 
36 
83 
80 



Reimbursement 



State 



Federal 



412.50 
487.60 

1,500.00 
570.00 
450.00 
785.00 
900.00 
487.60 
487.50 
825.001 
352.50 
376.00 
675.00 
375.001 
150.00 
300.00 

2,392.60 
526.00 
487.60 
375.00 
460.00 
10000 



1.012.50 

1,012.50 

1,350.00 

787.60 

900.00 

532.60 

2,025.00 

1,012.50 

1,012.60 

225.00 

832.50 

810.00 

000.00 

675.00 

1,050.00 

675.00 

1.785.00 

450.00 

450.00 

900.00 

1,050.00 

000.00 



Total 



1,425.00 
L500.00 
2,860.00 
1,367.60 
1,360.00 
1,317.50 
2,925.00 
1,500.00 
1,500.00 
1,060,00 
1,185.00 
1,185.00 
1,275.00 
1,060.00 
1,200.00 
975.00 
4,177.50 
975.00 
837.50 
1,275.00 
1,500.00 
1,860.00 



► 

3 



3 

3 



o 

a 

d 

— 

o 
v. 



Jefferson 

Levy „.. 


Audlla-Montlcello .... 
Chiefland 


40 
21 
21 

31 
31 
43 
36 
30 
31 
20 
23 
16 
83 
41 
22 
24 
23 
9 
44 
25 
15 
28 
16 
40 

23 
19 


21 
28 
10 

19 
9 
16 
35 
16 
24 


10 

24 
7 

13 

21 
11 

-™ 

17 
12 
11 


11 


71 
73 
49 

63 

40 
80 
82 
46 
65 
52 
80 
46 
43 
76 
53 
50 
56 
46 
81 
58 
34 
58 
60 
79 

66 
83 


825.00 
375.00 
600.00 

$ 600.00 
570.00 
375.00 
376.00 

450.00 
376.00 
375.00 
418.78 
600.00 
675.00 
555.00 
625.00 
300.00 
5C2.50 
600.00 
646.00 
625.00 
760.00 
825.00 
581.25 
160.00 

160.00 

eereo 


675.00 

1,050.00 

862.50 

$ 525.00 
353.25 
825.00 
, 825.00 
450.00 
747.60 
760.00 
865.94 
450.00 
600.00 
637.80 
460.00 
676.00 
577.50 
540.00 
594.00 
450.00 
675.00 
675.00 
431.25 
1,280.00 

1.012.80 
262.50 


1,500.00 
1,425.00 
1,462.60 

$ 1,125.00 


WUIiston 


Madison 

Manatee 


Bristol 


Greenville _ 

Bradenton 

Palmetto 

Reddlck „. 

Baker 

Laurel Hill 

Apopka 

St. Cloud 

Largo 

Ft. Meade ..>. 

Crescent City 


923.25 
1,200.00 

1,200,00 






Marion 

Okaloosa „ 





900.00 
1,122.50 


16 
12 
19 


1,125.00 


Orange „ ,. 

Osceola ~ 


33 


1,284.72 
1,050.00 


10 
24 
20 

9 
20 
28 
16 
33 

T 


1,275.00 




11 
11 
17 
12 




1,192.50 


Polk 




976.00 






975.00 


St. Johns .. . 


Hastings 


e 

ii 

12 

14 


1,140.00 






1,140.00 




Jay 


10 

If! 
11 
10 

16 
24 


1,230.00 


Sarasota 

Seminole 


Sarasota 

Oviedo 


975.00 

1,425.00 




Sanford 

Branford 

DeLaudBarberville 
Sopeb oppy-C ra wf o rd- 

vllle - 

Liberty _ 


1,500.00 




23 
6 

27 
16 


1,012.50 


Wakulla 


24 


1,410.00 
1,162,50 


Walton 


24 


1,200.00 


Totals h , _. 


— ■ 


1,403 


842 


526 


315 


3,175 


S 27,532.63 


J 37,266.94 


% 64,799.47 






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H 

m 






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NEGRO SCHOOLS 



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ijri 

Ed < 



S 

o 

H 



Kflnilmrsement 



State 



Federal 



Total 



D 

22 

X 

E 

K 
X 
►3 

O 
"J 

13 
§ 

r 



1 

a 



o 

X 



Alachua . 
Brevard .... 
Coliiinliiii 
Gadsden ., 
Highland* 
Hlllidioro 
Jackson 
Lake 



Leon 



Levy 

Manatee 

Osceola 

Pnlm Beach 
St. Johns 
Sumter 
Suwannee 



. Alachua - 
Mel ho u me 
I Lake City 

IQulncy 

ISebring . 

[Plant City ........ 

IMnrlnnnn 

lEuntls 

't.r'csl urir ...„ 

I Florida A. & M. 

'Tallahassee 

'Wllllaton 

! Palmetto 

IKlasiinmee 

IDelray 

I Hastings 

iRusbnell 

I Lire Onk _ 



46 
27 
815 
#4 
30 
26 
26 
30 
26 
20 
24 
24 
20 
30 
87 
80 
22 
14 



10 
14 
19 
12 
16 
44 
16 
16 
23 
24 
61 
16 
21 
11 



24 



10 
12 
12 
14 

in 

8 
10 
18 

8 
12 
10 
10 
10 
16 
1« 
18 
14 
11 



16 
40 
12 
11 
17 
10 
10 
IS 
16 
10 
20 

in 



35 
36 
21 
22 
28 



81 
03 
78 

81 
78 
87 
61 
73 
73 
66 
115 
60 
51 
02 
90 
78 
58| 
72] 



337.50 
300.00 

350.001 
525.001 
865,001 

300.001 
337.50! 
315.001 
337.50| 
1,050.001 
150.001 
350.00] 
270.00] 
300.001 
300.00! 
322.50] 
300.001 
300.001 



502.50 

405.00 

450.00 

375.001 

376.001 

500,00 1 

5«2.50| 

405.001 

562.501 

000.00] 

750.00 1 

240.00] 

440.001 

450.001 

450.001 

550.00] 

240.001 

460.001 



000.00 
705.00 
800.00 
000.00 
740.00 
800.00 

noo.oo 

810.00 

000.00 
1,050.00 
900.00 
500.00 
710.00 
750.00 
750.00 
S72.50 

aao.oo 

750.00 



I 
Total* < | 51fi| 325| 222 1 



380| 1,31)61$ 



I I 

0,600.00]$ 8.847.501$ 15.447.50 



1 


1 1 


1 


11 1 1 


] 

Grand Totals 1 

1 


1 I 
2,012| 1,167! 

I ! 


1 

747] 

1 


11 1 1 
645] 4,5711* 34.132 531* 46,114.441* 80,246.07 
II 1 1 



STATE SUPERINTENDENT'S REPORT 



235 



PUPILS LABOR INCOME 
1933-34 
$266,248.41 
(Results of all projects and other supervised practice work car- 
ried by vocational agriculture pupils during the fiscal year) 



TYPES 

OF 

CLASSES 


B 

X 


If if £ 

•a S. a a c 

c C 3 ■- "- 
— a, x — ~- 


Total Labor 
Income from 
Projects and 
Other Super- 
vised Practice 


All-Day 


White 


1166 


$ 85,374.44 




Negro 


423 


21.249.03 




White 


447 


18*323.64 


Day- Unit 


Negro 


344 


11,752.86 


- 


White 


351 


26.666.S1 


Part-Time 


Negro 


108 


3,968.71 




White 


464 


86,037.43 


Eveuing-Adult 


Negro 


300 


13,055,46 


Totals 


White 


2427 


$216,402.35 




Negro 


1175 


$ 50,026.06 


GRAND TOTALS 




3602 


$266,428.41 



236 



DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 



PUPILS LABOR INCOME 
1934-35 
$218,452.41 
(Results of all projects and otber supervised practice work car- 
ried by vocational agriculture pupils during tbe fiscal year) 



TTPES 

OP 

CI*ASSES 


1 


"dS -H © B3 

ilill 


Total Labor 
Income from 
Projects and 
Other Super- 
vised Practice 


All-Day 


White 


1220 


* 79,252.95 




Negro 


444 


19,039.50 




White 


574 


22,023.55 


Day-Unit 


Negro 


371 


14,261.12 




White 


422 


49,614.82 


Part-Time 


Negro 


144 


5,619.58 


Evening Adult 


White 


689 


16,851.60 




Negro 


370 


11,789.29 




White 


2814 


167,742.92 


Totala 


Negro 


1329 


50,709.49 


GRAND TOTALS 




4143 


$218,452.41 



NOTE s— Figures for 1935-36 — Pupils Labor Income— not yet 
available. 



STATE SUPERINTENDENT'S REPORT 237 



CHAPTER VII. 



HOME ECONOMICS EDUCATION 

During this biennium the number of vocational day 
school programs has increased from 28 to 42 schools. 
The program in negro schools has increased from 16 to 20. 

Home Economics programs not subsidized by vocational 
funds, that is programs not meeting requirements and 
standards for vocational home economics but meeting re- 
quirements for a high school unit of credit for gradua- 
tion, have increased in about the same proportion. 

Each year there are more applications for vocational 
home economies programs than can be approved within 
funds available. The day school program has been limited 
to one white and one negro program to a county until 
funds are sufficient to extend the program to every coun- 
ty. Each year several counties have requested additional 
vocational programs. This request can be met beginning 
with the fiscal year 1937, when additional and continuing 
funds will be made available by the passage of the George- 
Deen Act for Vocational Education during the last ses- 
sion of Congress in response to the increased need for 
vocational education over the country. 

There has been a shortage of qualified home economics 
teachers both white and negro both years of the biennium. 
There is an increasing number of teachers each year 
who apply for vocational home economics certification 
and meet vocational requirements by further study 
through correspondence courses and summer school. 

Each year teachers with successful experience and 
showing leadership are selected for other fields of home 
economics, as home demonstration, rural rehabilitation, 
rural resettlement, and commercial fields. 



238 DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

Itinerant teacher-training has been carried on through 
all-day Saturday conferences which have been held in 
every section of the State, In 1934-35 there were five 
of these conferences held with an attendance of 105 white 
teachers. In 1935-36 there were ten conferences held in 
various sections of the State with an attendance of 122 
white teachers. The Associate Professor of Home Eco- 
nomics Education, Florida State College for Women, and 
the Instructor of Home Economics Education at P. K. 
Yonge Laboratory School, University of Florida, have 
assisted the State Supervisor of Home Economics Edu- 
cation in these conferences. 

The topic for discussion at the conferences held in 1934- 
35 was the "Plan and The Interpretation of The New 
State Course of Study for Home Economies". Teach- 
ing learning situations in the various phases of home 
economics and source and illustrative materials in the 
teaching of these phases were discussed. 

In 1935-36 the topic for discussion at the conferences 
was "Testing and Evaluating Home Economics Teaching 
and Pupil Growth In The Area of Earning, Spending, 
and Saving One's Resources". This is one of the major 
units in the required course in home economics, and it is the 
"core unit" so to speak. The plan is to carry on the 
program of study in testing and evaluating home eco- 
nomics teaching in all phases of home economies by spend- 
ing some time in discussion of testing and measuring out- 
comes in all the various areas or units set up in the re- 
quired course, "The Home and The Family". The other 
units or areas are provision for : housing, furnishings and 
equipment ; food ; health and safety ; educational develop- 
ment; and clothing for all members of the family. 

A State Conference for home economies teachers has 
been held each ye&v in June for both the white and the 
negro teachers. The conference for the white teachers 



STATE SOTEIUNTENDEXTS HEFOHT 130 

was held at Florida State College for Women for one 
week. The theme of the conference in June 1936 was 
"Provision for Housing the Family : Social and Economic 
Aspects which Influence Various Factors of Family Life ' '. 
Sixty-five teachers attended the conference. 

The conference for the negro teachers was held at the 
Florida Agricultural and Mechanical College for Negroes 
with an enrollment of 35. The major topics for discus- 
sion at this conference was ; ' ' The Persistent Problems 
Which Young People Have in Home and Family Living 
Which Teachers Need to Understand For Effective Guid- 
ance of Youth In The Various Phases of Home Economics, 
and the Educational Diagnosis Important For Home Eco- 
nomics Teachers to Make in Guiding Growth and De- 
velopment of Young People in Meeting Their Persistent 
Problems ' '. 

The home project program has developed a great deal 
in the past two years. Of the 35 white schools reporting 
home project programs during this past year there were 
4,343 projects carried on by 1,385 girls. The number of 
girls carrying projects practically represents the num- 
ber of home reached through home practice and home 
project work. These projects were carried on in the 
following phases of home economics: 

Earning, Spending and Saving One's Resources 

Housing, Furnishings and Equipment 

Foods and Nutrition 

Health and Safety 

Family and Social Relationships 

Child Development 

Clothing 

Laundering 

Gardening 
Of the 19 negro schools reporting home project pro- 
grams during the past year there were 1,134 projects 
carried on by 682 girls. The project were carried on in 
the same phases of home economics as listed above. 



240 DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

The following figures show the number of counties 
which have no vocational programs and the number of 
counties which have aome type of vocational home eco- 
nomics programs: 

Number of counties having day school voca- 
tional programs 45 

Number of counties having some type voca- 
tional programs _ 46 

(One county has an evening school program 

but no day school program) 
Number of counties having non-vocational or 
general-home economics (offered for a high 

school unit of credit) 13 

Number of counties having no home eco- 
nomics programs , 8 

The evening school program has developed in scope 
and quality in some centers in the State where the pro- 
gram has been in progress. 

The part-time vocational program has developed a 
great deal this past biennium in two centers, St. Peters- 
burg and Jacksonville. The total enrollment in part-time 
schools has increased from 166 to 278. 

Since the recent course of study has been in use, the 
program in the State is more unified. 

Increased teacher-training to teachers in-service given 
through State, District, and Local conferences and meet- 
ings has helped to unify and strengthen the home eco- 
nomics programs and to stimulate teachers to increased 
professional study. 

TEACHER TRAINING 
Florida State College for Women 
The Florida State College for Women is the approved 
teacher-training institution for home economics. 

The enrollment in the School of Home Economics and 
in the Major for Home Economics Education has con- 
tinued to increase during the current biennium. In spite 
of the fact that each year shows an increase in the number 
of students preparing to teach in the schools of the State, 



STATE SUPERINTENDENT'S REPORT 241 

the State's demand for teachers of home economics for 
its high schools is still greater than the supply. 

During her junior year, as a part of the course in meth- 
ods of teaching home economics, each prospective teacher 
observes thirty sixty-minute lessons in home economics 
and related subjects in The Leon County High School 
or in The Florida High School, the training center for 
prospective teachers maintained by the Florida State Col- 
lege for Women. In her senior year, during the semester 
in which she is registered for supervised teaching, the 
student observes thirty-six sixty-minute lessons, has full 
charge of a high school class for six consecutive weeks 
and participates in teaching a minimum of ten additional 
lessons. 

An increased demand for additional work in home 
economics in the Florida Elementary and High School 
has made imperative the employment, by the College, 
of a second critic teacher in home economies. As a re- 
sult of this increase the program of home economics work 
at The Florida Elementary and High School now includes 
home economies for girls in the fourth, fifth, sixth, 
seventh, and eighth grades. The required year of home 
economics is open to boys and girls in the ninth or tenth 
grades and the elective units are open to both boys and 
girls in the tenth, eleventh, and twelfth grades. 

The establishment of a Works Progress Administration 
nursery school on the campus of the Florida State Col- 
lege for Women under the joint supervision of the School 
of Home Economies, the School of Education, and the 
Departments of Psychology and Sociology has made pos- 
sible weekly observation of young children by the teach- 
er-training students, as a part of their course in child 
development in home economics. 

Further experience in homemaking activities is pro- 
vided in the Home Management House under the super- 
vision of the resident faculty director. Senior students 
live in family-sized groups and carry on the work of a 
household. 



L'42 DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

The teacher-training institution offers assistance to the 
teacher in-service through its summer session courses, 
through special summer conferences sponsored jointly by 
the State Department of Public Instruction and the Flor- 
ida State College for Women, and through the work of 
the Associate Professor of Home Economies Education 
in her visits to teachers in the field, correspondence with 
them, and individual conferences held with those coming 
to her office for special assistance. 

Half of the salary of the Associate Professor of Home 
Economics Education and some of the expenses for travel 
are paid from State and Federal vocational funds. She 
does some itinerant teacher-training in the interest of 
following up the girls' ability on the job and acquaints 
herself with conditions in the field. 

TEACHES TRAINING 
Florida Agricultural and Mechanical College 

The Florida Agricultural and Mechanical College for 
Negroes is approved for teacher-training in home eco- 
nomics for negroes. 

By agreement in 1932 the two-year normal curriculum 
in home economies was abandoned. It was doubtful in 
the minds of some that students would continue to en- 
roll for home economics because of the popular two-year 
curriculum in the Division of Education and Teacher- 
Training. This doubt has been banished since that time. 
The number of persons training in vocational home eco- 
nomics education has been greater in the past two years 
than in the history of the institution. 

The courses have been planned to meet the needs of 
the students as nearly as possible for those in training 
at the college and those in-service who have attended sum- 
mer school. 

More emphasis has been placed on discovering the 
needs of the community in which one lives and works, 
and providing more vocational experiences outside the 
classroom by using home project procedures in the train- 
ing of home economics teachers. More attention has 



STATE SUPERINTENDENT'S REPORT 243 

been brought to bear on the possibility of the home 
economics teacher in the adult education program. Stu- 
dents have had some opportunity in observing and as- 
sisting adult programs especially in a household worker's 
training school made possible by the Works Progress 
Administration held at the college in the spring of 1936. 

Three new courses have been added within the two- 
year period. Senior students have been given more re- 
sponsibilities in the matter of observing student teachers 
in home economics classes in the demonstration junior 
and senior high schools. The use of the new State Course 
of Study has been stressed and has been followed as 
nearly as possible in the high school classes. This helps 
students to know how to assume their full share of re- 
sponsibility in the public schools of the State. 

The addition of some needed equipment in the home 
economics building and in the practice house has helped 
in the training of students. 

In making this report the weaknesses of the teacher- 
training program are not to be overlooked, and it is 
hoped that they may be greatly improved. It is, there- 
fore, recommended that some provision will be made 
whereby students in training may be transported to near- 
by rural and public schools and communities for observa- 
tion. That a study of the graduates may be made with 
the view of improving the offerings at the college ; that 
more selective processes may be used in determining 
prospective trainees; that as more opportunities shall be- 
come available for placing trained home economics teach- 
ers, more pressure shall be brought to bear upon teaching 
that for which they must be qualified. 

The same statement made relative to the payment of 
the salary of the Associate Professor of Home Economics 
Education in Florida State College for Women and to 
itinerant teacher-trainers holds for the corresponding de- 
partment in the Florida Agricultural and Mechanical 
College for Negroes. 






E 



STATISTICS FOR VOCATIONAL HOME ECONOMICS PROGRAM SHOWING EXPENDITURES AND ENROLLMENT 

1934-36 






1934-35 






1933-36 






EVENING SCHOOLS 


Food 


Federal 


State 


Local 


Total 

llourj 


ToUI 
Enroll- 
ment 


Fund 


Federal 


State 


Local 


Total 
Hours 


Total 

Enroll- 
ment 




•SH 


* 166.30 


% 166.30 




210 


264 


SI! 


* 365 73 


I 363.75 




438 


603 


Dadi — Mum) "C". 


n 


96.00 


96.00 




196 


207 


SH 


134 00 


134.00 




300 


300 










SH 


193.75 


393.75 


f 767.50 


2S3M 


494 


S!I 


610 60 


200,00 


■ 722.30 


228 


331 


Dunl-Jackwtivilk "C" . . . 


SH 


106 21 


106.25 


351.59 


646 


1073 


KH 


289.40 


100. 00 


32.43 


389H 


983 


Escambia— Petnacole 


SH 


200.00 


200.00 




200 


227 


SH 


136 00 


136.00 




172 


119 


Qedaden— Quinrjr "C" 


SH 


2+00 


24.00 





42 


32 


SH 


22.00 


22.00 




40 


33 


Hilliboroutti — Tami» 


SH 


232.00 


222.00 


36,00 


320 


60 


SH 


165.18 


165. 17 


37.93 


200 


31 


HilMjofoUfh — Tampa "C". 


SH 


163. 30 


163.30 




228 


311 
























Orange— Orlando 


SH 


43.00 


43.00 




60 


H 


SH 


45.00 


43.00 




64 


34 
















SH 


36,00 


36.00 




48 


28 


















akrajota— Saraut* 














SH 


6.00 


6.00 




14 


11 






, 


























SH 


24.00 


24.00 




48 


61 


















Suwannee— Live Oak "C'\. 














SH 


11.00 


11.00 




20 


30 






















Totala 




$ 1.416.79 


S 1,416 80S 1 .375. 09 


32I5H' 


2726 




% 1.864.93 


1 1.264.92 $ 792.90 


1961 H 


2606 



> 

- 

O 



5 

f 

8 

i 
1 

o 






STATISTICS FOR VOCATIONAL BOMB ECONOMICS PROGRAM SHOWING EXPENDITURES AND ENROLLMENT 

1934-36 






1934-33 


1933-36 


PART-TIME SCHOOLS 


Fund 


Federal 


State 


Local 


Total 
Host* 


Total 

Enroll- 
ment 


Fund 


Federal 


State 


Local 


Total 

Hour* 


Total 

Enroll- 

meat 




























Duval — Jackaoiwillt 


•GR 


$ 400.00 


f 


100.00 


t 


7SH 08 


1260 


86 


••GE 


t 250. 00 


1 


230.00 


1 816.16 


1260 


133 


Giichriil— Bell 


GR 


70.00 


70.00 


140.00 


192 


14 


OB 


130.00 


130.00 


100.00 


192 


23 


HIDtborouiti — Tamp* 


GR 


212 .TS 


222.75 


443. SO 


1080 


29 


GE 


249.99 


249.9? 


399.04 


1120 


47 


Pineliat— St. PrtmbuTf. . . 


GR 


300.00 


200 00 


340.00 


1120 


63 


08 


250.00 


230 00 


640.00 


700 


66 
















mag| 


30,00 


30.00 


»••*•*•« 


3(1 


9 


Total 




f 992 75 


I 


VI J 75 


• 


1,933 58 


3652 


194 




1 929.991 


929.97 


12133-20 


13Q3 


278 



*G*orie-R e*d . 
••Geocge-EllisaT. 

•"•Smitb-Hujhei 



I 







I'.KMSTi 














ioar.-an 






DM SCHOOLS 


Fund 


Federal 


State 


Local 


No. ol Hn. 
Per Week 
School was 
In Session 


Total 
Enroll- 
ment 


Fund 


Federal 


State 


[.oral 


No. or Hn 
Per Week 

School waa 
In Session 


Total 
Enroll- 
ment 


AtarbuK — AUcb.ua 


•GR 


f 3I2.0O 


> 100.00 


% 413.110 


27K 


35 


***GE 


I 250.00f 250.00 8 400.00 


30 


38 


Alachua — Alacbiia ,J C" 


SI1 


225 00 


90.00 


315.00 


30 


23 


SH 


192.50 


192.50 


245 00 


MM 


26 


Baker — Macclenny .....-..,, 


GR 


449 99 


23.00 


475.01 


28M 


40 


GE 


250 00 


250 00 


500.00 


28M 


33 


Brevard — Melbourne ....... 


GR 


400.00 


50.00 


45000 


30 


48 


GE 


2 so BO 


230.00 


535 54 


I7H 


33 


Brevard — Melbourne "C". . . . 


•SH 


200.00 


100,00 


300.00 


30 


23 


SH 


»0 I'm 


.'('Hum 


275,00 


n% 


33 
















GE 


250,00 


250.00 


375.00 


30 


24 


Charlotte — Punta Gorda 


OR 


tOB.OO 


37. SO 


437.30 


30 


21 


GE 


150,00 


230.00 


365.00 


2'M 


40 


Charlotte— Puma Gorda "C". 


SH 













SH 


200.00 


200.00 


240.00 


»M 


26 


Columbia— Lake City . 


GR 


425 0Q 


25 00 


450.00 


30 


113 


GF. 


250 00 


350 00 


400 Of) 


»H 


118 


Dade— Miami . , , 


GR 


200.00 


50.00 


1.100.00 


»M 


34 


























DeSolo — Arcadia 


GR 


380.00 


120.00 


670 00 


23 


77 


GE 


250.00 


250.00 


540.00 


27 H 


87 


Dixie— Crots City 


GR 


400.00 


66.65 


561.00 


30 


72 


GE 


230.00 


250.00 


500.00 


JO 


23 


Escambia — Pensaeola. ....... 


GR 


430.00 


50.00 


480.00 


30 


64 


GE 


250.00 


250 00 


562.00 


28 W 


36 


Franklin — Apalachicola . 


GR 


500.00 




623.00 


27H 


28 


GE 


250 00 


350 00 


500.00 


J7M 


44 


Franklin — Apalachicola "C". 


SH 


337.00 


138.00 


200.00 


30 


37 


SH 


.'oo on 


200.00 


200.00 


27 H 


28 


Gadsden— Mt Pleasant. 


GR 


373.00 


25.00 


400 00 


30 


II 


GE 


230 00 


250.00 


58O.0O 


30 


12 


Gadaden — Qtiincy "C" 


SH 


206.25 


118.75 


323.00 


30 


114 


SH 


200.00 


200.00 


320.00 


30 


85 


Gilchrist— Trenton 


SH 


243 00 


243.00 


164.50 


30 


16 


GE 


250,00 


25(1 00 


400.00 


27 H 


17 
















GE 


230 00 


250.00 


625.00 


33H 


22 


Hendry— UBelle | QR 


325.00 


125.00 


550.00 


30 


19 


GE 


250.00 


250.00 


500 00 30 


36 



H 

1 
M 
'/! 

H 



r 
o 

a 

d 



o 



Hernando — Brooks ville .... 
















GB ■ 


250. 00 


230.00 


625.00 


30 


64 


Highland*— Avon Park . . . 




OR 


400.00 


50.00 


540.00 


30 


28 


GH 


250. 00 


250.00 


702.00 


30 


37 


Highlands — Sebring "C" . . . 




SH 


200.00 


100.00 


180.00 


30 


23 


SH 


200.00 


200.00 


142.. 50 


32K 


J 


Hillsborough— Plant City. . 




•GR 


400.00 


100.00 


395.00 


25 


108 


***GR 


250.00 


250.00 


750.00 


30 


139 


Hillsborough — Tacnpa "C". 




SH 


250.00 


150.00 


878.00 


30 


127 


SH 


400.00 


400.00 


834.00 


30 


59 






GR 


350.00 


100.00 


450.00 


30 


47 


GE 


225.00 


225.00 


350.00 


27K 


52 










GR 


350. 00 


50.00 


400.00 


31 X 


58 


GB 


250.00 


250.00 


500.00 


31 X 


45 


Jackson — Mariano a "C". . . 




"SH 


175.00 


65.00 


240.00 


30 


45 


SH 


182,00 


182.00 


225.00 


2BW 


35 


Jefferson — Aucttla 




SH 


230.00 


250.00 


500.00 


28J4 


27 


GB 


230.00 


250.00 


625 00 


VH 


31 






GR 


300.00 


103.75 


403.75 


M 


4 


GB 


250 00 


250.00 


355.00 


30 


13 






Lee— Fort Myers "C" 


SH 


200.00 


76.15 


276. IS 


30 


79 


SIT 


162.50 


162.50 


305.00 


30 


41 


Leon — Tallahassee . . . . * 


GR 


500.001 




533.00 


33 


87 


CE 


250.00 


230.00 


812.08 


.Hi 


94 




SH 


200.00 


100.00 


820.00 


30 


23 


SH 


200.00 


200.00 


800.00 


28K 


21 








GR 


.150. Off 


50.00 


400.00 


27 H 


18 


GE 


250.00 


250.00 


380.00 


26 X 


22 






Liberty— Bristol 


GR 


157.12 


126.88 


484.00 


28 X 


17 


GE 


230.00 


230.00 


300.00 


»k 


29 


Madbon— Madison 


GR 


350.00 


50.00 


400.00 


30 


71 


GE 


250.00 


250.00 


460.00 


27 H 


49 


Madisoo— Madison "C" 


SH 


143.75 




143. 7S 


37 M 


20 


SH 


200,00 


200.00 


143.75 


I8« 


IB 


Manatee — Palmetto- . 


GR 


450.00 


JO 00 


475.00 


m 


67 


GE 


230.00 


250.00 


750.00 


32 M 


4^ 


Manatee — Bradentoo "C" . . 


SH 


230.00 


too. 00 


270.00 


30 


37 


SH 


200.00 


200.00 


423.00 


30 


41 
















GS 


250.00 


230.00 


625.00 


27 M 


134 


Marion — Ocaia "C" 


SH 


175.00 


85.00 


260.00 


30 


42 


SH 


300 00 


200.00 


120.00 


28« 


73 




SH 


311) X 


250 00 


500 00 


30 


4" 


GE 


vm oo 


230.00 


500 00 


30 


38 



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DAY SCHOOLS 


Fund 


Federal 


State 


Local 


No. of Kri. 

Per Week 
School was 

In Session 


Total 
Enroll- 
ment 


Fund 


Federal 


State 


Local 


No. of Hrs. 
Per Week 

School was 
Id Session 


its 


Oklaloose — Crest vie w 


GR 


t 310.00 


t 90,00 


( 400.00 


28« 


21 


r.E 


f 230.00 


J 250.00 


( 750.00 


30 


32 
















SH 


200.00 


200.00 


230.00 


2'Jj 


12 


















Palm Beach— Delray "C" 


SH 


200.00 


160.00 


270.00 


30 


40 


SH 


200.00 


200.00 


230.00 


30 


34 


Pinellas— St. Petersburg "C". 


SH 


250.00 


150.00 


428.00 


32 H 


69 


SH 


200.00 


200.00 


428.00 


27 H 


96 
















GE 


250.00 


250.00 


300.00 


«M 


20 


















Polk — Bartow "C" 


SH 


160.00 


100. 00 


260.00 


30 


28 


5H 


178.73 


178.75 


97.50 


VM 


37 








GR 


350.00 


50.00 


400.00 


30 


38 


GE 


250.00 


250.00 


335.00 


30 


73 


Santa Rosa — Jay 


SR 


218.75 


218.75 


437. SO 


30 


42 


GE 


250 00 


250.00 


531.25 


28 M 


44 
















GE 


250.00 


250.00 


625.00 


30 


30 




















GR 


335.00 


70.00 


405.00 


30 


91 


GE 


250.00 


230.00 


500.00 


30 


110 


St. Lucie — Ft. Pierce 


GR 


330.00 


50.00 


528. 17 


30 


56 


GE 


250.00 


250.00 


428. 17 


30 


47 


Sumter — Bushnelt — Wild wood 


GR 


400.00 


100. 00 


1,113.50 


60 


47 


GE 


350.00 


350,00 


765.30 


60 


45 


Suwannee — Live Oak 


GR 


400.00 


100 00 


380.0(1 


25 


82 


GE 


250.00 


250.00 


380.00 


30 


97 


Suwannee— Live Oak "C".. . . 


**SH 


200.00 


100.00 


300.00 


32 M 


67 


SH 


200.00 


200.00 


200.00 


33 H 


29 


Walru Ma — Sopchoppy — Craw- 
fordvMe 


GR 


420.00 


80.00 


625.00 


30 


18 


GE 


250.00 


230.00 


500.00 


60 


54 


Walton — Liberty — DePuniak 


GR 


400.00 


30.00 


350.00 


3t« 


22 


GE 


250,00 


250.00 


623.00 


30 


77 






Wal um-DeFuniak Springs' 'C" 


SH 


200.00 


120.00 


320.00 


31 M 


48 


SH 


200.00 


200.00 


465.60 


28K 


38 


Washington— Chlpley 


GR 


.582. on 


SO. 00 


432.00 


30 


68 


GE 


250.00 


230.00 


526.00 


28H 


7.1 


Totals 




(16264 BA 


(4709.53 


(23337.93 


1574 


2482 




$13990.73 


(1399075 


(27328£9 


I790H 


2892 


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249 





Pond 


1934-35 


Fund 


1935-36 


SUPERVISION 


Federal 


State 


Federal 


State 




•SH 
«GB 
SH 
SH 
SH 
SH 


t 1,442.05 

57.95 

565.67 

390,00 


S 1,442.05 

57.95 

578.72 

405.00 

266.48 

46.28 


SH 
GE 
SH 

SH 
SH 


% 1,354.56 
145.44 
521.48 
336.87 


S 1.354.56 
145.44 


Clerical 


521.49 

356.88 




300.00 




59.33 














TEACHER 
TRAINING 
P. S. C W. 


Fund 


Federal 


State 


Fund 


Federal 


State 


Salary of Teacher Trainer . . 

Summer School 1934 

Travel 


SH 
SH 
SH 


% wo oo 

100.00 
71.62 


% 630.00 
100.00 
71.63 


SH 

SH 
SH 


t 650.00 
100.00 
64.19 


I 650.00 

100.00 
64.24 


TEACHER 

TRAINING 

P. A. & M. C. 


Fund 


Feceral 


State 


Fund 


Federal 

a 


State 


Salary of Teacher Trainer . . . 


SH 
SH 


S 500.00 


I 500.00 


SH 
SH 


f 500.00 
5.00 


t 500.00 
5.00 










ITINERANT 
TEACHER 
TRAINING 

(Conferences) 


Pood 


Federal 

o 


State 


Fund 


Federal 


State 


Salary 


SH 
SH 


I 25.00 
41.28 


$ 25.00 
41.27 


SH 
SH 


t 25.00 
56.52 


$ 25.00 




56.53 






TOTALS 




t 3,882 90 


* 4,164.38 




I 3.779.06 


* 4,079. 14 



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250 DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 



CHAPTER VIII. 



CIVILIAN VOCATIONAL REHABILITATION 

Vocational rehabilitation is vocational guidance, train- 
ing and placement service conducted exclusively for 
physically handicapped persons. 

Any person above sixteen years of age who is physically 
disabled to the extent that his handicap interferes 
seriously with his ability to earn a living is eligible for 
service. Prom this group tlte Rehabilitation Depart- 
ment selects only those persons who appear able to be- 
come employable as a result of special vocational services. 

During the last biennium the rehabilitation service has 
been extended to a larger group and has shown greatly 
increased results. The annual report to the Federal Gov- 
ernment for the year ended June 30, 1935 showed a live 
roll of four hundred and eighty-five handicapped persons, 
one hundred and thirty -five of whom were in training: 
fifty-two were awaiting employment after training. Dur- 
ing that year one hundred and one persons were re- 
habilitated. — an increase of a hundred per cent over the 
preceding year. At the end of the second year of the 
bieilnium the live roll was composed of five hundred and 
six persons who were receiving some kind of rehabilita- 
tion services; one hundred and eighty-five were under- 
going training and thirty-seven who had completed train- 
ing were awaiting employment. During this year one 
hundred and fourteen physically handicapped persons 
were rehabilitated and ninety-nine others were engaged in 
employment under the supervision of the Department. 

The last Florida Legislature increased its appropria- 
tion for rehabilitation from $7500.00 to $12006.16. The 
Federal Congress incorporated rehabilitation in its Social 



STATE SUPERINTENDENT'S REPORT 251 

Security Act and increased Florida's allotment from 
$12006.16 to $22043.31. Thus both State and Federal 
governments have recognized this as an expanding ser- 
vice necessary for the welfare of physically disabled per- 
sons and of society. 

While the Federal Government took the initial step 
in rehabilitation and the states were quick to accept the 
provisions of the National Act, the local governments 
have begun to establish their own services. In fact Flor- 
ida is the pioneer state in developing county rehabilita- 
tion services for the handicapped. We believe this to 
be sound policy from the standpoint of both economy 
and efficiency. 

The financial report for the biennium follows; 
Expenditures for the fiscal year July 1, 
1934 to June 30, 1935 

A. State Funds requisitioned for State Department expenditures: 

1. Administrative $ 5,560.94 

a. Salary of Supervisor $3,240.00 

I). Salary of Clerical Assistant .... 1.015.00 

e. Travel of Supervisor 1,260.65 

d. Communication 10.99 

e. Printing I&8G 

f. Supplies— Administrative 17.80 

2. Case Production and Service ._ 13,577.01 

a. Tuition, Educational Institu- 
tions $5,200.00 

b. Tuition, Commercial and In- 

dustrial Establishments 2,112.35 

c. Tuition, Correspondence 187.70 

d. Tuition, Tutorial _ 1,336.62 

e. Instructional Supplies & Equip- 

ment .... 2,525.67 

f. Travel of Trainees 460.50 

g. Artineal Appliances _ 1,719.17 

h. Physical examinations 35.00 

B. State Funds requisitioned to reimburse county expenditures : 
1. Salary and travel of county rehabi- 
litation agents - $ 383.21 

C. County funds not reimbursed by the 
State Department but matched by Fed- 
eral Expenditures $ 1,700.00 

D. Funds contributed by private individuals — „,.$ 1,332,10 






DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 



E. The department received credit for the 
following sum expended by the Uni- 
versity of Florida from its own ap- 
propriation on the training of physically 
handicapped students which amount was 
matched by a like snm of Federal Funds . 
Total Funds expended on Rehabi- 
litation 



-$ 1,459.06 



$24,012.32 



Expenditures for the fiscal year July 1 
1935 to June 30, 1936 

A. State Funds requisitioned for State Department expenditures : 

1. Administrative $ 5,690.23 

a. Salary of Supervisor $3,240.00 

b. Salary of Clerical Assistant .... 1,110.00 
c Travel of Supervisor 964.40 

d. Communication 134.13 

e. Printing ... . _„ 108.30 

f. Supplies 138.40 

2. Case Production and Service $14,778.59 

a. Tuition, Education al Institutions $5,315.20 

b. Tuition, Commercial and Indus- 

trial Establishments _ 2,050.00 

c. Tuition, Correspondence 361.95 

d. Tuition, Tutorial - „ 70433 

e. Instructional Supplies 3,596.29 

f. Travel of Trainees 631,41 

g. Artificial Appliances 1,981.77 

h. Physical Examinations 7&00 

B. State Funds requisitioned to reimburse 
counties for Rehabilitation Expendi- 
tures _____ — __- _. __ $ 5,006.77 

O. Funds contributed by private individuals . $ 85636 

D. Funds contributed by the City of Miami — ___$ 1,478.85 

E. County funds not reimbursed by State 
Department but matched by Federal 

expenditures __.$ 3,337.01 

Total Funds expended for Rehabi- 
litation __.*31,146.81 

The value of the rehabilitation program can beat be 
illustrated by referring to individual cases like this: 

II. L. left school at the age of fifteen just at the be- 
ginning of high school. He worked at various unskilled 
jobs untO at the age of twenty -four when he was sud- 
denly made unemployable by an automobile accident 



STATE SUPERINTENDENTS HEPOBT 253 

which broke his back and left his legs paralyzed. Medical 
treatment and surgery preserved his life but could not 
restore function to his legs. His need for money and 
the necessities of life were not dimished but increased 
by his misfortune. His earning capacity was gone. 
Ordinarily this kind of problem has not disturbed the 
minds of educators, but here was a very good oppor- 
tunity to try out some of our theories about individual 
differences and to fit education to the needs of the stu- 
dent. Neither the school room nor the certificated teach- 
ers met his needs for training to restore his earning 
power. The family living room was substituted for the 
class room ( and a jeweler became a teacher. Later special 
transportation was arranged and the training place trans- 
ferred to a jewelry store. The customers did not know 
they were visiting a State educational institution. The 
final results of the program arranged for this young man 
are gratifying — an idle, discouraged man who appeared 
to be an invalid has been changed into an enthusiastic 
tradesman; his earning power is restored. Rehabilita- 
tion means more than a big word to him. 

Our estimate of the earnings of the total group re- 
habilitated is $250,000,00 annually which is more than 
ten times tbe annual average cost. 

Persons rehabilitated by this division suffered from 
many kinds of disabilities including the loss of a limb, 
loas of both limbs, loss of an arm, blindness, deafness, 
weak heart, infantile paralysis, etc. 

As long as diseases and accidents continue to handicap 
our citizens we will have a rehabilitation problem. We 
must expand our service to give all who need it a fair 
chance. Some provisions must be made to meet the 
needs of handicapped children and adults so that our 
educational system will help them adjust themselves to 
life as they find it. But we must do all we can to pro- 
mote safety and health and thus reduce the number 
needing rehabilitation service. 



2M DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 



CHAPTER IX. 



SCHOOL BUILDINGS 

During the past biennium the School Building Division 
has been called upon to render many different services. 

Two hundred and twenty three (223) different com- 
munities have been furnished with building plans rang- 
ing in size from one through four classrooms. Most of 
the plans furnished required from three to six sets, which 
means that the division has actually been called upon 
for about one thousand sets of blue prints. 

Unfortunately, some of the buildings erected from 
these plans are poorly suited to the needs of the com- 
munity in which they were erected because no one had 
the responsibility of studying their needs, financial ability 
nor of setting up their program of studies before launch- 
ing the building program. In many eases school trustees 
have failed to realize the necessity for careful planning, 
or they have wilfully gone ahead with programs unsuited 
to their needs in order to keep up with, or outstrip, a 
neighboring district. Illustrating this point, — recently a 
request was received from a federal agency for an eight- 
room schoolhouse plan for an approved project for a 
district school. The agency was advised that plans and 
specifications eould not be furnished by the department 
for a project of this size, but the school district would 
be assist I'd in every way possible. It was found that this 
district was competing with a neighboring district and 
that it did not need the requested plant. The district 
already had a good brick plant of six rooms and audi- 
torium j also a small wooden plant which has been poorly 
maintained. According to their own figures they had 
an enrollment of one hundred and fifty-eight (158) pupils 



STATE sn-ERISTEXDEST'S REPORT 255 

and an average daily attendance of ninety-six during the 
1935-36 term. They were operating a twelve grade school 
and had nine full time teachers. Within the bounds of 
the same county there are numerous undermanned, totally 
inadequate school plants and programs. It ill behooves 
us to talk about equality of educational opportunities 
unless we remedy many similar sore spots in the ad- 
ministration of our school affairs. 

Waste is one thing that school people can ill afford. 
In order to assist districts to conserve their resources 
they should be required to have their programs approved 
by the State Department of Public Instruction before 
they are launched. This will cause the district and coun- 
ty authorities to think through and survey their pro- 
posed changes more adequately. 

Fifty-eight different floor plans were prepared for 
plants larger than four class-rooms. In most instances 
the plans were to be used as guides for school officials to 
help get over to architects their conception of a plant 
suited to their needs. Some of the plans were used to 
help district bond issues by showing the voters a plan 
of what the proposed building would look like. 

The preparation of sketches for alteration or additions 
to old plants is a very important phase of the service 
rendered by the division to the State. Some plants have 
been entirely abandoned when they could have been 
functionally and hygienically adapted to a district's need 
at a saving to the taxpayers. This particular service can 
not often be rendered satisfactorily by an architectural 
firm. Every proposed plant in this day of complex needs 
should be studied by an educational consultant as well as 
by an architect. 

Recently, a building plan was referred to the division 
that was unusually poor. By eliminating unnecessary 



256 DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

classroom heights, etc., the plan was so re-arranged that 
the cubical contents were cut down one third. Of course, 
this was an extreme case but the plan had been approved 
by the district trustees and by a federal agency for erec- 
tion as a school plant. 

Nineteen plants were inspected as to their physical 
safety by this division. In nearly all cases the buildings 
were absolutely unsafe and in poor shape relative to 
sanitary conveniences, lighting and other modern desir- 
able standards. That sueh buildings could remain in 
service until they were actually a menace to the health 
of the pupils is due to the scattering of school building 
responsibility, to the method of financing new plants and 
to the lack of emphasis upon modern standards for schools. 
It is no wonder that school attendance is very bad in 
some sections of the state. 

The present method of financing must be improved, 
and new plants must be changed before there will ever 
be a semblance of equality in housing conditions over 
the state. Holmes County had only one hundred and 
eighty dollars and eighty-three ceots ($180.83) of as- 
sessed taxable valuation behind each enrolled child in 
1936, while Collier County had two thousand five hun- 
dred and seventeen dollars and one cent ($2,517.01), 
fourteen times as much as Holmes. The State should 
help to more nearly equalize school surroundings. 

It looks very much like the Federal Government will 
continue its program of public works. The school dis- 
tricts of Florida have not been able to match the PWA 
funds because many districts had defaulted bonds or had 
already floated all the bonds they could legally issue. 
If the State school system could set up a building fund 
to be matched by local, county, and possibly federal 
funds, it would eliminate many bad housing conditions. 

Last month Dr. W. W. Carpenter, professor of edu- 
cation at the University of Missouri, in an address to 



STATE SUPERINTENDENT'S REPORT 257 

the National Council on Sehoolhouse Construction at 
Austin, Texas, said : " It is absolutely necessary that the 
federal governments and state governments take some 
material step toward equalizing educational housing of 
boys and girls. Minimum physical facilities must be re- 
quired and if necessary financed by the states and fed- 
eral government to the end that every child will have 
an opportunity to attend school in a safe, sanitary, at- 
tractive and suitable sehoolhouse. " Dr. Henry Lester 
Smith, ex-president of the National Education Associa- 
tion, at the same meeting, emphasizing the need for more 
adequate school building funds .pointed out that the 
program of the public schools had been extended down- 
ward to include the kindergartens and the nursery school, 
npward to include the junior college and adult educa- 
tion, and outward to provide many educational oppor- 
tunities made necessary by the rapid changes in modern 
civilization. These changes make it necessary to provide 
plant facilities far beyond the bare walls of the little red 
sehoolhouse. 

Last year the division assisted the State Planning Board 
in making a survey of the sehoolhouse situation in the 
state. Many unusual conditions were brought to light. 

During the 1934-35 school term school districts spent 
only three hundred fifty thousand ninety-nine dollars and 
eighty-four cents ($350,099.84) for the maintenance of 
public school property valued at sixty-seven million three 
hundred thirty-nine thousand nine hundred and thirty- 
nine dollars and thirty-nine cents ($67,339,939.39). Such 
a sum for maintenance of this investment is totally in- 
adequate and is indicative of a "penny wise and pound 
foolish" policy. 

The Educational Survey Commission in 1929 had this 
statement relative to Florida school maintenance pro- 






258 DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

gram : "There is no satisfactory program of maintenance 
or operation of school buildings in a large majority of 
the places throughout the state. BuildingB, when once 
built, were allowed to deteriorate very rapidly. In many 
cases school buildings were quite unclean. This, however, 
should not be taken as characteristic of the entire state 
for in many places superintendents, school board mem- 
bers, and the teaching staff are stressing the importance 
of maintaining school buildings in a high degree of 
cleanliness." Today, there is not a satisfactory main- 
tenance program. 

Last year, schools were being operated in four hun- 
dred buildings (400) that were not owned by the school 
districts and poorly suited to usage as school buildings. 
There is, in faet, a shortage of one thousand five hundred 
and fifteen classrooms in the public school system, be- 
sides many other buildings which should be abandoned. 

Curing the past biennium three hundred and eighty 
(380) inspections of school buildings under construction 
were made. Often trustees do not realize the absolute 
necessity of having some qualified person see that school 
plans and specifications are meticulously followed. Many 
contractors who are accustomed to building residences, and 
who seldom erect schoolhouses, think architects have made 
a mistake when they specify that windows shall be forty 
two inches above the floor and, in too many instances, 
they will change plans to suit their own idea unless 
they are supervised. Then too, like any other group, 
there are some contractors who are dishonest. Recently, 
a project was inspected where the contractor was pour- 
ing a concrete foundation mixture of one-half part ce- 
ment to two parts ordinary sand and five parts poorly 
sized river bottom gravel. Because a community has 
seen fit to get a satisfactory building plan and a good 
set of specifications does not mean by any stretch of 



STATE SUPERINTENDENT'S REPORT 269 

one's imagination that they will necessarily get what 
the plans say that they should have. 

This department assisted nineteen (19) communities 
to make rather hurried surveys of their present and 
future building needs. Too often, the building division 
has been called upon after the district has decided upon 
a program without any pretense at predicting the future 
of that community's growth or studying the shifting of 
their population or interests. Every district should take 
advantage of all the state educational department's ser- 
vices or of those of other capable agencies and make a 
thorough survey before setting up their educational, fi- 
nancial and building program. 

The following are other services rendered ; the study- 
ing of forty-nine sets of plans and specifications for 
architects who had been commissioned by boards to pre- 
pare plans for them. This division has participated in, 
or held conferences with various federal agencies on 
eighty-eight (88) different occasions concerning federal 
aid for proposed building projects. Sixteen different 
type plans have been drawn for school buildings having 
from one through four classrooms. Color schemes have 
been furnished for the inferior and also exterior of school 
plants on twenty-five occasions. Plans have been pro- 
vided for sixteen home economics departments, eight 
libraries, twenty agricultural rooms, dozens of home- 
made kindergarten tables, several hundred home-made 
pupils' desks, eleven gymnasiums, thirty-one sets of 
toilets including incinerator, flush, and pit toilets. Mem- 
bers of the staff have attended and participated in 
twenty-five educational meetings, thirty-eight schoolboard 
meetings ; made ten recommendations relative to changing 
and improving heating plants ; assisted in the selection 
of fifty-eight school building sites, and in the remodeling 
or addition of rooms to sixty-one old buildings. 



260 DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

IT IS RECOMMENDED THAT : 

1. The State Board of Education be given the au- 
thority to set up a code for school building construction, 
be given adequate authority to enforce it and have the 
responsibility of reviewing all plans for public school 
buildings which are to be erected in the state. 

2. The State Board of Education be given authority 
to condemn public school plants that endanger the health 
or safety of children. 

3. The State Legislature set up a Commission for 
insuring all State property against loss or damage which 
may be caused by fire, lightning or windstorm. Such a 
commission should be given authority to act as an in- 
surance company, issuing a standard form policy and 
collecting necessary annual premiums. We eannot go 
into a discussion of the merits of such a law in this report 
but suffice it to say several states and many cities are 
carrying their own insurance at substantial savings to 
the State. The South Carolina Commission is operating 
so successfully that three -fourths of the property is in- 
sured free of charge and the commission has been operat- 
ing since 1900. 

4. The Legislature set up a fund for more nearly 
equalizing the educational housing facilities for its boys 
and girls. Every child required to attend school should 
be housed in a building that at least meets minimum 
standards relative to safety, sanitary conveniences, and 
suitability as a modern school plant. 



STATE SUPERINTENDENTS EEPOET 



261 



CHAPTER X 



STATISTICAL TABLES 

Chapter X contains the Statistical Tables covering the 
two fiscal years ending June 30, 1935 and June 30, 1936, 
compiled from annual reports of county superintendents 
to the State Superintendent of Public Instruction. Sum- 
maries of the statistics for both years are given on pages 
264 and 369. 



STATE SUPERINTENDENT'S REPORT 



263 



STATISTICAL TABLES 
1934-1935 



Tables : 
I. 

II. 

III. 

IV. 

V. 
VI. 
VII. 
VIII. 

IX 

X. 
XI. 

XII. 
XIII. 
XIV. 
XV. 



XVI, 
XVII. 

XVIII. 
XIX. 



XX. 
XXI. 

XXII. 

XXIII. 
XXIV. 
XXV. 



Page 
(a) Number of Schools; (bi Average Length of 

Term _ 272 

Positions Filled ...„ _.. 274 

Instruction Personnel 278 

Educational Training of Supervisors, Principals 

and Teachers „.._.„_ , 280 

Grades of Certificates 282 

Enrollment of Pupils _ „ 286 

Aggregate Days Attendance 290 

Average Dally Attendance 292 

(a) Transportation of Pupils; (b) Free Textbooks 294 

Results of Florida Examination 296 

Annual Salary Range of Salaries for Supervisors, 

Principals, and Teachers ~ _ 298 

Value of School Property _.„„„. __„ 302 

State School Taxation; County Mlllage Assessed.... 306 

Recapitulation of Receipts 308 

Revenue Receipts : 

(1) State Sources 310 

(2) County and District Sources ™. 312 

(3) Other Sources 316 

Non-Revenue Receipts 318 

(a) Inventory of Stores; (b) Cash on Hand at 

Beginning of Tear 322 

Recapitulation of Expenditures . . 323 

Current Expenses : 

(1) General Control . 326 

(2) Instruction _. _ — _ 328 

(3) Operation; (4) Maintenance -... 330 

(5) Auxiliary Agencies „„ 331 

(6) Fixed Charges 332 

Capital Outlays 334 

Debt Service , — 336 

(a) Investments; (b) Inventories; (c) Cash at 

Close of Year _ - - 338 

Outstanding Indebtedness, Conn ty- Wide and District 340 
Expenditures for Elementary Schools (Grades 1-6) 344 
Expenditures for High Schools (Grades 7-12) 356 



264 



DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 



SUMMARY OP STATISTICS— 1934,1936 
(Compiled from Annual Reports of County Superintendents) 



NUMBER OF SCHOOLS 
(Each Department Counted as a School) 

White 

Elementary (Grades 1-8) 1,150 

Junior (Grades 7-9 > ■ , '. 330 

Senior (Grades 10-12) ___„ 206 



TOTAL, 



1,686 



Frame Buildings — 
Brick Buildings — 
Concrete Buildings 

TOTAL 



PUBLIC SCHOOL BUILDINGS 
White 

_ 798 

448 

_ — 241 



Negro 

920 

88 

32 

1,040 

Negro 

925 

39 

41 



1,487* 



•Of this number 1,459 are owned by the county. 
**Of this number 664 are owned by the county. 

COST OF SCHOOL PROPERTY 

White Negro 

Coat of Real Property $63,541,762,60 $4,409,995,55 

Cost of Equipment .„ 5,893,775.53 389,629.02 



1.005* 



Total 

2,070 

418 

238 

2,72(1 

Total 

1,723 
487 
282 

2,492 



Total 

$67,951,758.15 
6,283,404.55 



TOTAL 



-$69,435,538.13 $4,709,624.57 $74,235,162.70 



Kindergarten 
Elementary - 
Junior High 
Senior High 



NUMBER OF POSITIONS 
White 

- 14 

■■- 5,462 

, 1,789 

1,671 



TOTAL 



Negro 
2 

2,300 
264 
247 



8,936 



AVERAGE LENGTH OF SCHOOL TERM 

White Negro 

170 Days 165 Days 

ENROLLMENT BY GRADES 

White 



Kindergarten — 

First Grade 

Second Grade . 
Third Grade — 
Fourth Grade . 

Fifth Grade - 

Sixth Grade 

Seven th Grade 
Eighth Grade . 
Ninth Grade — 
Tenth Grade 
Eleventh Grade 
Twelfth Grade . 
Special Classes 



808 
38,277 
29.609 
29,155 

28,971 
27,828 



24,553 
21,242 
18,356 
14,570 
11,492 
10,062 
884 



2,813 
IN DAYS 
Both Races 
169 Days 

Negro 

185 

27,554 

13,968 

14,050 

12,704 

10,230 

7,861 

5,642 

3,743 

2,659 

1,590 

1,176 

919 



Total 
16 
7,762 
2,053 
1,918 

11,749 



Total 



43,575 
43.205 
41,675 
38,058 
34.200 
30,195 
24,985 
21,015 
16,160 
12,668 
10,981 
884 



TOTAL 



..282,208 



102.279 



384,485 



STATE SUPERINTENDENT'S BEPORT 



265 



SUMMARY OF STATISTICS— 1934-1986— (Continued) 

(Compiled from Annual Reports of County Superintendents) 



White 
223,421 



AVERY DAILY ATTENDANCE OF PUPILS 



Negro 
80.191 



Roth Races 
303,612 



PERCENTAGE OF ENROLLMENT IN AVERAGE DAILY ATTENDANCE 
White Negro Both Races 

79% 78% 78% 

TRANSPORTATION OF PUPILS 

White Negro 

Number Transported 04,839 1,352 

Cost of Transportation $1,136,133.27 $19,092.95 

Average Cost per Pupil __ * 17.52 $ 14.57 

TEXTBOOKS FURNISHED BY STATE 
Enrollment Grades 1-6 — . — — i 



Total 

66,191 

$1,155,82622 

S 17.46 



•Cost of Textbooks, Grades 1-6 
Average Cost per Pupil 



267,488 
4115,198.00 
.43 



•In addition to Jhe cost of textbooks, $1,904.89 was spent by the State De- 
partment of Public Instruction for incidental expenses. 

•INSTRUCTION PERSONNEL 

White Negro Total 

Supervisors „ .... 14 6 20 

Principals 311 51 362 

Teachers 8,740 2,743 11,483 



TOTAL 



9,065 



2,800 11,865 

included in these 



•The Superintendent of Collier County teaches and is 
figures. 

*23 cadets which are included in the salary schedule are not included in the 

above figures. 

•EDUCATIONAL TRAINING 
(Supervisors, Principals and Teachers) 

White Negro 

College Graduates — „____„ 4,237 652 

Two-Tear Normal ,_„ 2,448 994 

High School Graduates 2,097 798 

Less Than High School ...- 306 356 



TOTAL __ «_. 9,088 2.800 

•23 cadets and Supt. of Collier County are included in these figures. 
•TYPES OF CERTIFICATES 



White 



Temporary 

Third Grade _ 
Second Grade 
First Grade _ 



Life First Grade „ 

State _ 

Life State 



Professional _ — „ 
Life Professional 
Special 



Life Special _ 

Primary 

Life Primary 
Graduate State — 
Life Graduate State 

Teacher-Training - 

No Certificate 



•23 cadets included. 



38 

124 

1,183 

614 

444 

15 

81 

20 

17 

126 

ISO 

84 

427 

2,042 

3,087 

32 

4 

9,088 



Temporary _ 

Third Grade 

Second Grade 

First Grade 

Life First Grade 

State 

Life State 

Professional 

Life Professional 

Special ™_ 

Life Special 

Primary i_™„ 



Negro 



Life Primary 

Graduate State 

Life Graduate State 

Teacher Training 

No Certificate 



11.888 



580 

176 

429 

44 

51 

2 

8 

1 

__2 

11 

3 

22 

978 

470 

6 

18 

2,soo 



266 DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

SUMMAEy OF STATISTICS— 1934-1935— (Continued) 
(Compiled from Annual Reports of County Superintendents) 

SALARY RANGE 
(Supervisors, Principals and Teachers) 
Average Salary 



[ 100 to 


$ 199 


200 to 


299 


300 to 


399 


400 to 


499 


500 to 


599 


600 to 


699 


700 to 


799 


800 to 


899 


900 to 


999 


1,000 to 


1,199 


1,200 to 


1399 


1,400 to 


1,599 


1,600 to 


1,799 


1,800 to 


1,999 


2,000 to 


2,499 


2,500 to 


2,999 


3,000 to 


3,499 


3,500 to 


3,999 


4,000 to 





Titte 


Negro 


1 


58 


9 


590 


197 


fJ6($ 


687 


794 


943 


348 


1349 


226 


1,054 


33 


1,242 


20 


1,063 


32 


1,196 


11 


907 


18 


166 


S 


66 


_, , 


92 


j., 


81 


1 


29 


±lla . 


9 





5 

1 






9,087* 2,800 

•The Superintendent of Collier County teaches bnt is not included in the 
above schedule, 

•23 cadets in Duval county are included. 

SALARIES PAID 
(Supervisors, Principals and Teachers) 

White Negro Total 

Amount Paid - -_ $7,981,966.24 $1,188,271.03 $9,170,237.27 



AVERAGE ANNUAL SALARY PAID 

(Supervisors. Principals and Teachers) 
Based on number included in Instruction Personnel (excluding County Sup- 
erintendent of Collier County) ; 

White Negro Both Races 

$880.62 $424.38 $772.95 

Based on number of positions filled : 

White Negro Both Races 

$893.24 $422.42 $780.51 



SUMMARY OF STATISTICS— 1934-1935— (Continued) 
(Compiled from Annual Reports of County Superintendent!) 



BE VENUE RECEIPTS: 
State Soutcfta : 

One Mill Tax 

Interest on State School Fund 
M. V. L. County School Fund ... 

Beverage Tex -. . . 

One Fourth till! Tax (Balance) 



<;™ernl 
Fund 



397.278. in 

123.228.03 

4.381,808.38 

562.899.68 

3.349.40 



Dlatrlct 

Maintenance 

Panda 



Total Teachera' Salary Fund % S, 4(17,924.79 

Free Textbook* Furnished ur Bute 118,19800 



Total From State 

CODKTT AKD DISTRICT SoUICXS : 

Taxes, Collector and ComptroUtr | 3.312,392.42 



Tax Redemption* 

Poll Taxes 

Interest on Depoalta and Investments 

Tire and Tube License* 

Racing Com mission Funds 



6-20,309.07 

80.380.8ti 

4.171.51* 

20.Mii.-l7 

378,261.90 



S 2,801,844.82 
888,918.39 

3,948.46 

832.60 



Total County and District 

OTHER S0UBCB8 : 

Voc. Refunds: Smith- Hugh eg, (ieorgc-Ellxey ..,.$ 

Subsidies. Educational Founitatlona 

Tuition, County Line, Non-Ileaident 

Incidental*, Nut, Forest Fund, Gifts 

Federal Aid 



121,014.83 

1,108.75 

7.10B.41 

17,091.01 

118,858.14 



S.2BB.90 

B4.B9B.29 
7,822.06 



Total Other Bo ores* 



TOTAL REVENUE RECEIPTS 

NON-REVENUE RECEIPTS: 

Loan* 

Sale of Bonds and Time Warrant* 

Sale of Property. Insurance, etc. 

Other Non-Revenue Receipts 

Total Non-Revenue Receipts 

INVENTORY OF STORES AND FREE TEXTBOOKS AT BEGINNING OF TEAS 
CASH ON HAND AT BEGINNING OF YEAR 



758,297. Ofl 

5,070.68 

28,008.08 

18,247.28 



40.033.02 

2.000.00 

18,888.89 

28,880.84 



District 
Intereat 

and 
Staking 

Fundi 



Total 



Grand 
Total 



f 5,588.122.79 



■ 
ED 

a 

•0 



f 3,202,724.55 
762,080.01 

ibH5.563.43 

21,827.00 



7,«S8 N 



$11,807,802.95 



8 337,992.12 



•lT.72S.S17.Be 



8 (b) 66.080.93 

(C124.28B.0O 

(d 15,708.82 

(e)267,188.19 



TOTAL AMOUNT AVAILABLE FOR UBE DURING TEAR 
(tt) 114.845. 71 of thla amount reported under Bon' 
lb) 134,217.55 of this amount reported nnder Bond Funds, 
(e) 110,750.00 of thla amount reported under Bond Fund*. 



... f 1,245.212.87 

28.888.98 

3,609.185.27 

822,607.118.98 
(d) 177.60 of thla amoont reported under Bond Funds, 
(t) 1700.00 of thla amount reported under Bond Fond*. 



s 



SUMMARY OF STATISTICS— 1934-1935— (Continued) 
(Compiled from Annual Reports of County Superintendent!) 

DISBUnSEMENTS 
CUKBENT BXPBNBBa : 
GlHERAL COKTIOL ! 

Salary of Superlntendenta f 199,687.19 

Trafel Expenwi of Nupt 14,690 09 

Salaries of Office Help '" 126,884 80 

HalarlM School Board Member* ,'" HZ 92,839.90 

Mileage School Board Members ,. , Ji HI 4'J 

Printing , „ZZZZ 13,819.80 

Attorneys' Fees 30 786 49 

Incidental, Board and 8apt 47,595.30 

Examination Eiprnne* 3,616.00 

Handling free Textbooks ZHZZZZZZ , 8[s8l!92 

Office Furniture and Equipment ,...,,.,.""1 I0,1J9'48 

Total General Control a 514 6T9 89 

INSTRUCTION : * .»•».« 

Salaries of Stipe. Prtn. and Teacheri „ I 9,170.237.27 

Expense of Teachers' Meetings 829.10 

Textbooki Ptirnlnhed by County , 14,940.26 

•Textbooks Furnished by State 119.H74.26 

Llhrarj Upkeep and Ki penis 12,727,60 

t'lnnaroom Supplies , 184,079.14 

Tuition County Line Puplli !.^"!!'. !""""'"""" 7,429^87 

Total Inatruetlon | 9,490,718.09 

OrEBATlOK : 

Wages oi Janitors f 428,068.45 

Fuel, Water, Light, Power, Telephone 248.091.21 

Janitor Supplies and Other Op. Expense 147,803.84 

Total Operation , , i 816,963.30 

Maintbnanci : 

Repairs, Replacement a and Other Upkeep $ 608,868.29 

Total Maintenance 1 609 868 23 

AiiiLiAkv Aobbcibb : ' ■ ' ■ ' 

Cost of Transportation I 1,155,826.22 

Promotion of Health— Salaries „..„ 49.447.99 

Promotion of Health— Expenses 13.837.11 

Home Demonstration 9,364.24 



Total Auxiliary Agencies f 1,228,479.52 



SUMMARY OP STATISTIC8-1034-1835— (Continued) 
(Compiled from Annual Reports of County Superintendents) 



Fixed Ciiahgkb : 

Item (Buildings} 

Insurance 

Commissions, Tax Assessors and Collet-tors 



I 8,400.01 

107.375.!)T 
137,778.0fl 



Total Fixed charges 



• 343,644.94 



TOTAL CttRBENT EXPENSES 

Capital Outlay : 

Loti 

New Buildings , 

New Furniture (Not Replacement! > 
New Apparefua (Not Replacement ■) 
New Books for Libraries 



71,878.08 
268.308.11 
71.r>B7.»8 
40,805.03 
Z5.04S.95 



Total Capital Outlay 

Dmt Sairci : 

Pajment of Notes 

Payment of Bonds and Time Warrant* 

Interest on Current Indebtedness 

Intr>re«t on Bonds and Time Warrants 

Other Payments 

Total Debt Serrlee 

TOTAL ALL PAYMENTS 

INVESTMENTS 

INVENTORY OF STORES AND FREE TEXTBOOKS 

CASH ON HAND JUNE 30. 1935 



$ 882.049.51 
1,788,179.72 

t02.224.8r. 

2.237.6S2.0B 

428,289.03 



113.004,344.90 



i *78,485.75 



• CMl«,402.0e 



TOTAL AMOUNT AVAILABLE FOR CSS DURING YEAR 

'This amount represents cost of ttxtooks distributed during year, some of which was reported tinder Inventory of Stores and 
st beginning of year. 



I18.899.2S3.80 

145.189.78 

18.484.42 

3,548,232.08 

122,007,119.98 
Free Textbooks 



PER CAPITA COST OF CURRENT EXPENSES 



Cost per Pupil Enrolled 

Cost per Tupll In Average Dally Attendance 



J 33.S2 
42.83 






SUMMARY OF STATISTICS-1934-1 935- (Continued) © 
(Compiled from Annual Reports of County Superintendents) 

OUTSTANDING INDEBTEDNESS M 

COUNTY INDEBTEDNESS: g 

NoTaa : S 

Principal Paat Due f 934,272.10 2 

Principal Not Yet Due 888,058.27 j£ 

Total Outstanding Note* * 1,842.830.37 D 



lUlXIIH AND TlMR WaBRAKTS 



H 



Principal P»M Due ,. 1 1.434. 300.00 5 

Principal Not Yet Du« 4.8,a,m,4o ^ 

Total Boutin and Time Warrants Outitandlnf V 8,011,007.48 O 

Other County Indebtedness ,",„.. f 409,746,66 "fl 

T°TAL i COUNTY INDEBTEDNKSH • 8.248, 143.47 2 



DISTRICT INDEBTEDNESS : 



S 



Nut an : h 

Principal Pan Doe t 773,418.82 m 

Principal Not Yet Dae , 313,482,21 9 

Tata] Outstanding Notes f 1,086,901.03 2 

R.IN1IN AND TIHB W ABSENTS ! CO 

Principal Paat Due I 2,153.421.81 3 

Principal Not Yet Dne , 48,086,304.89 



d 



Total Bonda nnd Time Warrant! Ontatanding 146, 289.726. 70 Q 

DiNraiCT iMXEHTEDNBas I 270,078.05 B 



O 



TOTAL DISTRICT INDEBTEDNESS 1*8.602.205,78 5j 



TOTAL COUNTY AND D1BTRICT INDEBTEDNESS 164.865.349,20 



TABLE I 
(a I NUMBER OF SCHOOLS i (b) AVERAGE LENGTH OF TERM IN DAYS 



* 


TOTAL NUMBER 

OF SCHOOLS 
BOTH RACES 


NUMBER OF SCHOOLS 

(Each Department 1b Counted as a School) 


AYWfage Length of 
Term In Dnyi 




WHITE 


NBORO 


! 
A 

a 

i 


I 




COUNTIES 

1984-1935 






1 

£* 

tSii 




ii 


m 

■a 

On 


1 


Is 


i 


Total State 


2.726 


1,686 


1,150 


330 


200 


1,040 


920 


68 


82 


189 


170| 


Alachua 


92 
21 
34 
26 
20 
28 
32 
10 
80 
28 
12 
47 
80 
30 
19 
84 
74 
11 
13 
73 
12 
13 
14 
43 


87 
16 
20 
16 
19 
18 
24 
7 
22 

ia 

y 

22 
59 
12 
13 
43 
48 
5 

a 

23 
9 
11 
10 
23 


20 
12 
25 
12 
11 
11 
17 
5 
18 
14 

■ ,: 

40 

10 

11 

35 

39 

3 

2 

12 

3 

a 
e 

16 


a 

2 

3 

4 
4 
4 
1 
2 
4 
3 
3 
13 
1 
1 
4 
5 
1 
2 
6 
1 
1 
2 
1 


8 
2 
1 
1 
4 
3 
3 
1 
2 
1 
1 
3 

1 
1 
4 
4 
I 
2 

r. 
2 
1 
2 
2 


65 

I 
10 

10 

t 

3 
8 
!i 
1 
25 
21 
4 

e 

41 

26 
6 
7 

50 
3 
2 
4 

20 


49 
IS 

10 
8 
1 
S 

I 

1 

1 

23 

15 

3 

« 

39 

23 

6 

B 

42 

S 

■i 

20 


4 


2 


168 

169 
159 
149 
167 
168 
160 
170 
159 
160 
160 
161 
175 
1 IBB 
169 
179 
180 
169 
160 
186 
180 
158 
I fill 


166 
160 
159 
159 
170 
168 
160 
172 
160 
160 
160 
162 
175 

iee 

165 
180 
160 
159 
160 
171 
160 
153 
160 


160 

156 








159 
120 




2 

l 




160 


Calhoun 

Charlotte 




160 

181 
160 









169 


Clay 

Collier 


1 


1 


161 
1GB 




1 
5 

1 

1 
2 


1 

1 



""i 
i 


150 


Dade 

De Soto 

Dixie 

Flagler 


175 
160 
160 
178 
180 
159 


Franklin 


2 
7 


l 


160 




180 


Gilchrist 


139 




158 


Hulf 




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Hamilton 







1G0J inn 


132 





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Hardee 

Hendry 

Hernando ..... 
Highlands .. .. 
Hillsborough 

Holmes 

Indian River 

Jackson 

Jefferson 

Lafayette 

Lake 

Lee 

Leon 

Levy 

Liberty 

Madison 

Manatee ...... 

Marlon 

Martin 

Monroe 

Nassau 

(lkflloi.su 

Okeechobee ... 

Orange 

Osceola 

Palm Beach . 

Pasco 

Pinellas 

Polk 

Putnam 

St. Johns 

St. Lucie 

Santa Hosa . 

Sarasota 

Seminole 

Sumter 

Suwannee 

Taylor 

Union 

Volusia. 

Wakulla 

Walton 
Washington . 



22 
11 
20 

za 

129 
45 
13 

103 
47 
20 
(51 
30 
65 
El 
21 
68 
30 

at 
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40 
30 

s 

SB 
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42 
70 
134 
44 
27 
11 
44 
20 
81 
32 
02 
82 

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06 
32 
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46 



17 
ft 

13 
17 
100 
43 
10 
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12 
17 
38 
24 
16 
31 

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23 
28 
41 


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10 
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58 
08 
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10 I 

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18 
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21 
34 
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39 
16 
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16 


i 


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10 
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1.2 
11 

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2 

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7 

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27 

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2 


1 


3 

3 
1 

3 


1 

2 

1 
1 






1 









1 




1 




3 


1 


1 




4 


2 


7 


2 


1 




2 


2 


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1 


2 




1 


1 


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1 


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1 




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5 


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I7B| 
160| 
1641 
157! 
160 
IS it 
164 
100 
166 
100 
160 
160 
160 
162 
urn 
180 
14(1 
160 
165 
166 
175 
180 
164 
180 
167 
100 
160 
ISO 
154 
180 
162 
164 
100 
160 
150 
105 
160 
161 
157 



100 
160 
15ft 
180 
180 
161 
166 
158 
160 
150 
10U 
170 
177 
1 00 
180 
100 
172 
165 
160 
180 

ir.a 

100 
166 
168 
178 
180 
165 
180 
169 
100 
100 
160 
156 
180 
164 
164 
100 
160 
100 
10S 
IM 
162 
150 



160 
161 
180 
160 
176 
156 
100 
158 
160 
156 
15S 
165 
160 
160 
158 
160 
180 
160 
160 
180 
133 
161 
160 
159 
167 
ISO 
168 
180 
15ft 
160 
160 
160 
13ft 
180 
160 
161 
160 
1SS 
16B 
160 
160 
160 
160 



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a 

s 



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5 



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3 



TABLE II 
POSITIONS Filled 



a 



COUNTIES 

1B34-1930 



Total State 

Alachua 

Raker 

B«7 

Bradford 

Hrovard 

Broward 

Calhouo 

Charlotte 

Cltrui 

Clay 

Collier 

Columbia 

Dad* 

Da Soto 

Dixie 

Duval 

Encarabla 

Klagler 

Krankllo 

(Jiidaden 

Cilchrlat 

(.lades 

Gulf 

Hamilton 

Hardee 

Hendry 




Highlands 


47 1! 


Hillsborough 


1,082 f 
144 

fit) 
288 
116 

46 
210 
135 
£10 
117 

4S 
1(12 
218 
248 

34 

78 

82 
108 

30 
882 

711 
853] 
100 
008 
578 
138' 
132 

88 
148 

Hit! 
182 
101 
140 

sr>u 
461 

sail 
oil 

126l 

133| 








Martin , 

Nnssau 


Palm Bench 


Pasco 


Pinellas 




St. Lncle 








Taylor 

Walton 


Washington 



87 
86 

943 

140 
49 

194 
52 
48 

159 

114 
04 
88 
83 
79 

172 

186 
24 
83 
54 
88 
27 

312 
58 

276 
B81 

437 

469 
87 
75 
47 

127 
TO 

108 
76 

101 
71 
36 

277 
88 

106 

108 



25 
43 

589 
65 
27 

131 
35 
33 
95 
08 
64 
60 
25 
S5 

103 
74 
16 
42 
34 
68 
18 

181 
S3 

157 
02 

239 

286 
58 
00 
28 
60 
49 
62 
43 
76 
41 
23 

IBB 
26 
85 
86 



3 



213 
27 

7 
37 

8 

8 
30 
28 
23 
M 

8 
11 
39 
80 

4 
11 

7 
15 

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9 

23 
141 
2K 
15 
26 
14 

4 
34 
20 
15 
14 

5 
13 
28 
32 

4 
10 
13 
13 

5 

ei 

25 
55 
28 
80 
80 
16 
18 
12 
22 
10 
80 
IS 
12 
12 

4 
00 
12 

8 
18 



s 

189 

11 

104 
64 
3 
51 
21 

116 
20 
16 
73 
47 

112 
10 
16 
28 
9 
3 
70 
13 
77 
17 
68 

107 
61 
57 
22 
IS 
14 
S4 
25 
P 
24 
10 

104 
23 
20 
26 



10 
19 






105 

4 

11 


24 


10 






07 





2 


64 






n 






44 


4 


S 


10 


S 


8 


107 


4 


5 


?9 






16 






69 


4 




34 


10 


3 


90 


9 


8 


8 


1 


1 


9 


3 


4 


23 


2 


8 


9 






3 






56 




14 


11 


2 
12 




08 


7 


17 






46 


9 


13 


82 


14 


11 


40 


2 


4 


44 





8 


IS 


4 


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1 
2 




11 


1 


47 


2 





20 






87 


2 

3 




19 


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75 


16 


IS 


22 




1 


13 


6 


1 


25 




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TABLE III 
PART 1— INSTRUCTION PERSONNEL 





WHITE 




B9 

BOP-n 


SUPERVISORS 


PRINCIPALS 


CLASSROOM TEACHERS 






General 


Special 


1 










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3 






COUNTIES 












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a 




3 1 

£3 




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b 




B 

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1. 

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11 


F 


If 


F 


u 


W 


M | F 


M 


F 


Total State .... 


9,065 || 14|| 4 


8 


1 


6 


3111 37 


7n 


41 


10 


in 


4 


8,740| 


14 


333 


5,021 


0811,30:1 


510 


1,128 


Alacuaa 


183(1) 
61 













11 2 


1 


2 




6 




152 







95 


8 


22 


10 


17 


Baker 











1 








1 




GO 





7 


25 


8 


4 


1 


8 


Bar 

Bradford 


101 

62 












8 

1 ........ . 




S 




1 
1 




SB 
61 





3 
7 


68 
37 


8 
4 


24 

8 


1 
2 


8 










8 




S3 
118 

74 












3 

4 . 




1 




8 
S 




80 
111 

74 




3 
12 


43 
59 

sa 


8 
2 

4 


8 
4 

6 


7 

12 

7 


18 














84 




7 


Charlotte 


22 










1 








1 




21 




1 


14 




3 


1 


2 


Citrus 


47 
41 
34(3) 












2 

1 





*■■ 




2 

1 




46 
40 
24 




2 

1 


33 

25 
12 


8 
2 
8 


3 
6 
2 


2 
1 
2 


4 


Claj 

Collier 











4 
4 


Columbia 


86 
868 


















i 




US 


2 


11 


43 




8 


8 


18 


Dade 


2 











32 3 


IS 


8 


3 


6 




849 


1 


13 


440 


47 


185 


43 


140 


De Soto 


65 













2 


1 






1 




38 




1 


87 


8 


8 


4 


7 


Dixie 


SB 













2 1 . 








1 





30 




5 


21 






8 


7 


Duval 


804(3) 


8 






1 


3 


43 16 


17 


3 




6 




758 




8 


430 


28 


158 


39 


104 


Escambia 


318 












IB 


8 


8 




4 




303 




8 


188 


7 


49 


10 


44 


Flagler 


15 












1 








1 




14 




1 


8 




2 


1 


2 


Franklin 


28 
























28 




1 


16 




5 


8 


8 


Gadsden 


109 













8 








8 




106 






89 


6 


17 


e 


18 


GUchrlat 


80 












2 








2 




28 






17 


2 


2 


2 


8 


Gladea 


19 
22 












1 








1 




18 

22 




8 


11 
14 


1 
1 


1 
3 


l 

4 


1 


Oulf 






64 












3 









8 





81 




2 


43 


2 


7 


1 


e 




86 












1 








1 





S 




7 


64 






4 


10 




28 






















1 




7 


8 


4 


2 


3 


4 









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s 

f 

H 

n 

00 

I 

d 
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H 

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O 
3 



Hernando 


87 












1 










1 




36 




2 


28 


1 


2 


1 


7 


Highlands 


66 












3 


1 








2 




68 
926 




8 

28 


87 

558 






S 
38 


13 
104 


Hillsborough 


965 


8 


1 






2 


33 


4 


14 


8 


2 


S 






40 


171 


Holmes 


140 


























140 




16 


60 


11 


16 


10 


18 


Indian River .... 


49 












1 














48 






27 


1 


6 


6 







104 












4 










4 




190 




22 


109 


14 


23 


12 


10 


Jefferson 


52 












8 






1 




2 




40 




2 


33 




2 


5 


7 




s 

159 


























48 




8 


24 


8 


8 


8 


1 


Lake 












7 










7 




152 




8 


92 


10 


20 


11 


16 


Lee 


112 


1 
























111 




% 


67 


7 


18 


6 


12 


Leon 


94 

n 












3 

4 


1 


1 






1 
4 




91 
84 


2 


2 
5 


50 
58 


4 
3 


1!) 
10 


7 
6 


7 


Levy 






7 


Liberty 


33 













2 






1 




1 




31 




6 


19 




2 


2 


2 


Madison 


79 












4 






1 




3 




7H 




3 


49 


1 


9 


2 


s 


Manatee 


172 












8 






1 




2 




1Q9 


2 


■1 


96 


4 


28 


12 


29 




136 












2 




1 






1 




134 




8 


70 


fl 


24 


16 


IS 


Martin 


24 



























24 






16 


1 


8 


1 


8 


Monroe 


63 








.... 




2 


1 








1 




61 




rt 


38 


1 


10 


1 


8 




64 

101 

27 












6 


2 








4 




48 




2 


30 


2 


5 


4 


B 














i 














101 
26 




12 


55 
18 


4 

1 


11 

3 


8 
2 


11 


Okeechobee 












1 


2 


Orange 


312 












i» 


3 


7 


8 




It 


1 


293 




7 


164 


13 


34 


25 


60 


Osceola 


63 












2 










2 




61 




1 


35 






4 


21 


Palm Beach 


2T9 












11 




a 


1 


2 


a 




268 




13 


144 


14 


4S 


17 


82 


Pagco 


88 












6 


2 




1 




8 




77 




2 


50 


2 


6 


a 


12 


Pinellas 


437 
484 












IB 
9 




n 


3 
1 




5 
8 




418 
474 


7 


2 
9 


226 
280 


28 
32 


80 

76 


23 
27 


52 


Potk 


1 








50 


Putnam 


87 












4 


1 






3 




88 




4 


53 


2 


11 


4 


B 


St. Johns 


T5 












3 




i 






2 




72 




1 


48 




12 


:t 


8 


St. Lucie 


46 


1 










1 










1 




44 






25 


1 


* 


2 


8 


Santa Rosa — 


127 












2 










2 




125 




14 


71 


6 


14 


8 


12 


Sarasota 


78 












2 




i 






1 




77 




2 


46 


4 


11 


4 


10 


Seminole 


108 


1 










4 






1 




8 




103 




3 


58 


4 


11 


T 


20 


Sumter .„ 


78 












3 










S 




73 




2 


41 


6 


9 


a 


12 


Suwannee 


101 












2 










2 




i»ir 




1 


87 


8 


11 


4 


6 


Taylor „.. 


71 












2 




1 






1 




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40 


7 


11 


4 


7 


Cnion 


86 












1 










1 




35 




2 


21 


4 


B 


2 


1 


ViihiBla 


283 l 

88 fl 










7 






3 




4 




270 
88 




2 
6 


152 
21 


24 


43 


21 
5 


34 


Wakulla 


7 


Walton 


108 | 










1 










1 




105 




7 


58 


20 


15 


1 


4 


WfiKhlnjirton 


108 1 . 










1 










1 




107 




28 


68 


2 


4 


3 


12 



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TABLE III 
PART 2— INSTRUCTION PERSONNEL 





NEGRO 




CO J* 


SUPER visons 


PRINCIPALS 


CLASSROOM TEACHEHS 




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COUNTIES 


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61 1 


18 


7 


4 


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2.743|| 


277 


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112 


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112 



















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84 


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10 

























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16 


























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18 


























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14 


4 








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SB 


























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26 


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as 


























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31 


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12 


























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8 













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S 


























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11 


























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12 














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12 




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49 


























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9 


38 


1 


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Dade 


164 






















1 




189ft 


4 


87 


11 


27 


8 


12 


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11 


























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7 


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10 


























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278 












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80 


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7 



























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14 


























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110 


























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TABLE IV 

EDUCATIONAL TRAINING OF SUPERVISORS, PRINCIPALS, AND 

CLASSROOM TEACHERS 





WHITE 


NEQRO 


COUNTIES 
1934-1935 


l| 


hi 


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3 

8*1 


y 


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fill 


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09 


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IS! 

JH3 


Total State 


■1.^37 


2,448 


8,097 


306 


652 


BMI 


788 


ana 


Alachua 
, Baker 


70 


45 


39 




15 


*l\ 


66 




14 


B 


28 


6 


1 


• 


7 




Bay 


25 


12 


38 


26 







2 


14 


Bradford 


10 


1 


89 


7 




4 


6 


B 




42 


21 


20 




8 


IS 


14 






71 
IS 


31 
9 


12 
37 


1 
12 


6 


17 


10 


2 


Cltrua 


12 


12 


s 


7 




2 




8 




16 
9 


9 

4 


13 
25 


9 
3 


1 

4 


2 

2 


8 





Clay - 


1 






2 


7 


1 


2 










36 


12 


81 


■i 


2 


12 


29 


6 


Dade 


516 

28 


367 

1 


34 


2 


65 
8 


99 
2 


4 




De Soto 


2 


Dixie 

Dural* 


15 


g 


16 




5 









414 


239 


166 


8 


61 


184 


30 


8 




133 

4 

19 

68 


38 
5 

o 


137 

2 


15 
1 
1 


22 
S 
8 


47 
3 
8 


17 

1 








Frank Do 

Gadaden 


8 


27 


13 


1 


4 


15 


48 


48 




16 

6 

11 


I 
6 
I 


S 
7 
7 




1 


1 




8 






2 

4 




Gulf 


1 





1 




22 
2D 


12 

17 


22 
88 


8 
11 


4 


1 


16 
3 


7 


Hardee 


4 


Hendry 


IS 


2 


7 


1 






8 





Hernando 


16 


2 


16 


3 


a 




4 


8 


HlRlilandu 


33 


IS 


17 


1 


4 


ib 







IIILlftborongh 


395 


429 


135 


6 


40 


72 


89 


1 


Holmea 


36 


5 


83 


16 






1 


8 


Indian Hlver 


20 


■ 


IS 


3 


■ 


■ 


5 






59 


47 


79 


9 


84 


19 


42 


9 




24 


9 


14 


5 


1 


1 


6 


56 


Lafayette 


10 


3 


25 


5 


3 








Lake 


87 
43 
66 
31 
3 
25 
68 


47 

41 

20 
10 
1 
12 
53 


24 
26 

7 
40 
20 
35 

41 


I 
2 
1 

7 

!l 

7 

10 


15 
7 

22 

10 
1 
5 

11 


20 

10 

26 



4 
15 


10 

4 

04 

13 

23 
13 


1 








14 




1 


Liberty 

Madlaoo 


15 
41 




8 




66 

» 

20 

23 


41 

8 
15 

5 


29 

5 

26 

23 


"a 
s 


24 
3 
7 
4 


39 
5 
3 
7 


49 
1 
5 

15 




Martin 


1 




1 


Naaaao 


2 




27 
9 


22 
8 


52 
10 






1 


2 
8 


6 










158 


109 


43 


2 


23 


20 


20 


2 


Osceola 

Palm Beach 


40 


18 


10 




5 


2 





2 


165 


80 


33 


1 


43 


27 


7 






28 


20 


80 





VS 


2 


18 


2 


Plnellaa 

Poik „ 


302 

316 

36 

41 

25 


186 

108 

21 

16 

12 






28 


43 






51 

27 

17 

9 


9 

3 

1 


42 

8 

14 

22 


88 
22 
38 


30 
20 

4 


1 




1 




1 


St. Lade 






33 


25 


67 


2 


2 





5 


7 




29 


35 


16 


., 


8 


7 


4 




Seminole 


43 


37 


28 




11 


25 


18 






26 


17 


32 


1 


2 




22 


1 




24 


IS 


47 


12 


6 


■ 


11 


13 


Taylor 


33 

5 
159 


12 

8 

78 


21 
15 
44 


5 
8 
2 


2 


9 


12 

1 
30 


1 
9 




23 


00 


1 


Wakulla 


9 


3 


IS 


8 


2 


2 


8 


11 


Walton 


27 


16 


OS 


10 


5 


2 


3 


10 


Washington 


26 


1 


47 


34 






3 


22 


•23 cadet* fa 


Deluded 

















TABLE V 

PABT I 

GRADES OF CERTIFICATES HELD BY SUPERVISORS, PRINCIPALS, AND CLASSROOM TEACBERS 



I 





Temporary 


Third 

Grade 


Second 
Grade 


Flrat 
Grade 


Life Flrat 
Grade 


State 


Life 

State 


Profeialoni 


COUNTIES 


































1934-1985 




















































V 


a 


■ 


o 


V 


a 


l 


£ 




A 


b 


H 


* 


+j 


ft 




1% 


— 


& 


8 


| 


a 


E 


a 




I 


I 


i 


Of 

2 


* 




P 


« 

2 


£ 


5r 


£ 


£ 


1 


S5 


£ 


& 

fc 


Total State* 


ss 


G80| 


124 


1T« || 1.1 


429 


814 


44 


444 


51 


15 


2 


81 


8 


20 


I 


Alncboa 




481 


1 


12] 


16 


12 


14 


1 


11 


2 






2 










1 




1 


2 


IS 


i 


7 




2 












1 






1 


is 


5 


I 


an 


2 


8 




e 








1 












'"' 


1 


2 
2 


14 

2 


i 


24 
12 


1 


8 
8 


2 






4 








Brevard 




Broward 










S 


13 


2 


1 


2 


1 



















i 


6 


11 


22 




8 




6 








i 




2 




Charlotte 










2 


\ 


s 




2 


1 














Citrus 






2 


W 


17 


5 




1 
















Clay 






1 


3 


12* 


4 


9 




« 
















Collier 


s 


i 


1 




2 


1 


3 
























14 

1 

4 


2 

i 
i 


e 
i 


20 

8 
8 


10 

4 


9 
11 

(1 
8 


2 

1 


e 

35 

18 

2 


B 
6 






1 

3 


1 
1 


it 








De Soto . 




Dixie 






1 


3 


l 


i 

2 


78 

87 


25 

IS 


34 
82 




53 
22 


8 


s 





5 
5 


1 











Flagler 








1 


1 


a 


8 




1 




















4 

7B 


i 


8 


1 
6 


7 


4 


1 


8 












l 








Gilchrist 


1 


4 


i 




7 




2 








........ 












Gladea 




1 







7 


1 






















Gulf 




4 






1 


1 


1 
















i 








8 


8 


8 


19 


I 


4 


2 


e 


1 






2 




i 




Hardee 




4 


84 




10 


S 


2 




















Hendry 




2 




i 


6 


1 


4 




















Hernando 




2 


» 


a 


4 


8 


















*.****♦• 



H lgb lands 
Hillsborough 
Holmes .. 
Indian Klver 

Jackson 

Jefferson ... 
Lafayette ... 

Lake 

Lee 

Leon 

Levy 

Liberty 

Madison 

Manatee .... 

Marion 

Martin 

Monroe 

Nassau 

Okaloosa ... 
Okeechobee 

Orange 

Oaceola 

I'h lm Beach 

Pasco 

Pinellas 

Polk 

Putnam 

St. Johns 
St Lucie 
Santa Rosa 
Saraaota 
Seminole 

Sumter 

Suwannee 

Taylor 

Culon 

Volusia 

Wakulla .. 

Walton 

Washington 



2<i 
1 



-1.4 
till 

1 

41 
11 
IS 

lili 



llfl 



ibJ 

121 

r. i 



191 

- II 



111 II 



2 
7 
2 
& 
2 
2 

"b 

1 

8 

1 

""i 

7 
22 

1 



VI 



(4 
M 
H 

14 

42 

I 

IS 
14 

18 

a 

IB 

10 
21 

ir. 
S 

4 
-1 

18 

81 

6 

15 

14 

■i-> 

21) 
80 

17 

a 

2 
•CI 

t; 

14 

HI 

88 

HI 
11) 
17 
11 
4(1 

88 



1 

23 
1 
2 

i 
i 

18 
8 

27 
3 





80 

2 

2 

8 

4 
2 

2n 

7 

»: 

L8 

2t 

4 

r. 

8 
4 

ii 

ii 

in 
:i 



5 

24 

■id 

a 

27 
j 

7 

7 

11 

r, 
18 
12 
11 
88 
12 

1 

i 

o 

8 

2 
I 
3 

! 

1(1 
18 

1 
1 

is 

2 

4 

III 

18 

7 

in 

18 

ii 
18 

11 





1 

2 

:i 

2 
2 

1 

2 



4 

27 

7 

ie 

4 
4 
4 
3 

....„ 
1 

B 
6 
4 
1 
9 
1 
4 
1 

22 
9 
6 
B 
8 

20 
8 
S 
8 
1 
2 
8 
3 
9 
6 

"id 

'""a 
ii 



l 
i 

4 

2 

14 

3 



•Certificates for 23 white cadets In Duval County Included. 
*4 white teachers without certificates. 
•18 negro teachers without certificates. 



TABLE V 

PART 2 

GRADES OF CERTIFICATES HELD BY SUPERVISORS, PRINCIPALS, AND CLASSROOM TEACHERS 







Life Pro- 
fessional 


Special 


Life 

Special 


Primary 


Life 
Primary 


Graduate 

SlMlC 


Life 1 
Graduate 
Slat.' 


Teacher- 
Training 


COUNTIES 
1034-1936 


i 


■ 


3 





■ 

I 


o 

St 
1 




1 

Z 


1 



1 


01 

I 





I 


a, 
* 
« 1 


1 


1 

8 


Total State 


17 




12S 


2 


ISO 


ii 


84 


3 1| 427 


22 


2,642 


978 


;j,os7 


470| 


Alachua 

Baker 

Bay 

Bradford 





2 

i 

i 





1 

i 

2 

1 
2 

""33 

""28 

i 

1 

i 




1 


2 

2 
1 
3 


... 


i 
"a 


1 

2 

2 

2 
S 

i 

...... 

i 

10 
2 

1 
2 


II ' 

3 

% 6 

n i 

4 


1 

...... 

""5 

6 

........ 


S7 
11 
17 
7 
19 
39 

io 
i 

12 
1 

5 
20 

270 

in 

10 

170 

08 

2 

10 

49 

11 

7 

8 

11 

12 


27 

3 

""ib- 
is 

2 
1 
3 

7 

07 

4 

"l47 

23 

2 

l! 


S4 


17 
4 

40 
47 

•2 
10 
10 

8 

10 

22 

433 

14 

9 

368 

79 

e 

j 


9] 

2 

1 

2 

5 

u 

"88 

48 

1 

2 

4 


I 

.... 


3 




Broward 

Calhoun 





:::::: 
"2 


10 
5 

i 

B 

67 

4 

4 

4B 

15 

1 

i 

i 

1 
s 

1 




Charlotte 

Cirrus 






a 

i 




Clay 

Collier 

Columbia 

De Soto 

Dixie 






Escambia 

Flagler 

Franklin 

(iadsden 




6 

i 

i 


1 

2 

7 


1 


Gilchrist 






Glades 




il - 
::::::::| It 




Gulf 

Hamilton 














Hendry 

Hernando 
Highlands 
Hillsborough 
Holmes 
Indian River 
,1 rick mm .. 
J eff erson 
Lafayette 

Lake 

Lee 

Leon 

Levy 

Liberty ., 
Madison 
Manatee 
Marion .. 
Martin .. 
Monroe 
Nassau .. 

Okaloosa 
Okeechobee 
Orange 
Osceola 
Palm Beach 

Pasco 

Pinellas . 

Polk 

Putnam 
St, Johns 
St Lm-ie 
San i« Rosa 
Sarasota 
Seminole 
Samter .... 
Suwannee 
Taylor .... 

Union 

Volusia . 
Wakulla 
Walton -... 
Washington 



1 
2 
22 
1 
1 



3 

2 

10 

1 



2 
22 
2 
3 
1 
1 

" 2 
8 




1 
2 
1 
13 
6 
1 
1 











11 




T 








1 




1 




10 


8 


6 








1 




G 




16 


9 


23 


3 






4 




46 

2 




383 

29 

6 


8(1 
6 


333 
11 
14 


28 










8 




63 


43 


32 


3 






8 




8 

1 




n 

8 


1 


11 
2 








1 




T 




03 


20 


no 


8 






| 




D 




28 


9 


38 


S 




1 


1 








40 


20 


40 


14 






1 




2 
2 




25 
' 8 


14 


15 

1 












2 




20 


3 


12 


l i 






8 




4 




66 


19 


44 


2 






1 




10 




42 


51 


53 


3 










1 


1 


8 


4 


T 






1 


2 




8 


1 


18 


9 


IT 












2 




12 


B 


14 


6 






1 




4 




22 


i 


11 


. 










•I 




11 




2 




1 


1 


2 




5 




84 


20 


1ST 


23 


10 




1 




■ 


1 


IT 


3 


27 


2 






2 




IT 
2 




83 
22 


32 
1 


143 

19 


28 






8 




It) 


1 


141 


34 


19T 


10 






e 




15 


1 


IMt 


44 


198 


26 






1 




6 




21 


18 


30 


11 




M111111 






7 




23 


42 


2T 


4 










8 




16 


10 


18 


12 






4 




6 




29 


2 


14 














1 


20 


5 


39 


4 






1 




8 




80 


22 


43 


11 






1 




4 




29 


2 


10 








8 




3 

1 




21 
23 


11 
3 


IB 
17 


2 






1 








8 




1 








8 




18 


8 


86 
11 


60 
2 


126 
1 


15 







1 




S 




12 


6 


13 












1 




12 




12 











TABLE VI 
PART I— ENROLLMENT OF PUPILS BY GRADES 



COUNTIES 

1634-1835 



To till State 



Alachua . 

Baker 

Baj 

Bradford 

Brevard 

Broward 

Calhoun 

Charlotte 

Citrus ..,:, 

Clay 

Collier .... 
Columbia 

Dade 

De Soto 

Dixie 

Duval* ... 

Escambia 

Flagler ,. 

Franklin 

Gadsden 

Gilchrist 

WladeB .... 

Gulf 

H ami 1 ton 
Hardee ... 
Hendry . 
Hernando 



GRAND TOTAL 
ENROLLMENT* 



o 

! 

9 



384,485 



0,224 
1,B37 
4.4GB 

2,559 

3,318 

5,883 

2,277 

882 

1,476 

1,456 

610 

4,344 

38,882 

2.340 

1,388 

35,047 

i3,:mis 

676 
1,584 
7,694 
1,023 

588 

700 
2,570 
3,267 

750 
1,394 



I 

1 



282,206|102,279 



236 
552 
746 
007 
,260 
,052 
,050 
G90 
13B 
fiSO 
522 
,751 
450 
,871 
,006 
,903 
301 
444 
,»«!) 
201 
014 
517 
489 
,701 
,054 
701 
,068 



3.08S 

38;") 

712 

602 

1,058 

2,031 

818 

183 

351 

406 

88 

1,593 

7,432 

460 

382 

11.054 

3,064 

232 

405 

4,403 

111 

71 

211 

869 

213 

49 

326 



Kinder- 
garten 



808 



185 



26 


185 


110 






First 
Grade 






88,277 



624 

308 

flsr, 

423 
237 
400 
402 

96 

167 

182 

111 

384 

3.933 

251 

195 

2,572 

1,346 

62 
194 
371 
149 

86 

91 
277 
480 
100 
119 






27,554 



1,055 
198 
254 

266 
221 
664 
120 

40 
115 
115 

31 

339 

1,874 

80 

127 

1,561 

662 

90 

164 

1,498 

47 

23 

72 
390 

87 

8 

106 



Second 
Grade 



i 



S 



29,609113,966129,155 



Third 
Grade 



617 

178 
451 
218 
214 
367 
202 

80 
139 
105 

58 

308 

3,008 

104 

102 

2,369 

1,146 

51 
113 
349 
108 

73 

68 
201 
341 

85 
104 



587 

47 

112 

100 

174 

329 

5T 

26 

06 

52 

20 

210 

997 

72 

69 

L.4S4 

379 

25 

72 

622 

11 

11 

32 

146 

30 

1 

38 



532 
162 
449 
210 
252 
356 
257 

83 
135 
119 

6S 

307 

2,848 

176 

137 

2,333 

1,094 

41 
129 
343 
122 

58 

66 
222 
310 

83 
108 



14,050 



mi- 
ss 

102 
83 

153 

278 
62 
83 
52 
49 
20 

249 

937 

53 

62 

1,75(1 

367 
38 
43 

604 
17 
in 
30 

118 
14 
16 
40 



Fourth 
Grade 



28,971 



i 



Fifth 
tirade 



551 
101 

487 
206 
207 
345 
219 

67 
112 
143 

70 
312 
2,603 
. 220 
100 
2,218 
1,182 

47 
122 
332 
110 

67 

41 
179 
366 

62 
118 



12,704 1127,828 



4841 
41 
69 
75 

160 

242 
29 
2(1 
43 
48 
6 

186 

802 

47 

49 

1,674 

828 
40 
57 

554 
13 
12 
SO 
97 
30 
14 
47 



557 
163 
872 
156 
224 
337 
211 

63 
112 
108 

87 

272 

2.861 

189 

110 

2,246 

1,003 

54 
103 
333 

86 

46 

56 
187 
333 

71 
105 



g 



Sixth 
Grade 



5 

i 



10,230|| 



424 
16 
55 
67 

100 

186 
24 
23 
39 
47 
5 

169 

648 

47 

40 

1,277 

308 
15 
47 

429 
12 
6 
19 
59 
22 
6 
85 



26.369 
617 
166 

347 

177 

222 

352 

172 

74 

103 

87 

60 

243 

2,854 

192 

105 

2,161 

921 

86 

67 

390 

86 

42 

46 

183 

316 

55 

89 



g 



Total 
Enrollment 
Grades 1-8 

( Kinder- 
garten not 
Included) 



I 



| 



7,801 1| 181,123* |86,365 



337 
18 
54 
SB 
87 

127 
19 
23 
18 
39 
6 

126 

510 
41 
22 

987 

278 
15 
82 

303 

4 

7 

8 

40 

20 



24 



3,298 

1,168 

2,741 

1,390 

1,366 

2,157 

1,463 

483 

758 

744 

402 

1,826 

18,167 

1,232 

764 

14,783' 

6,782 

291 

758 

2,048 

681 

362 

867 

1,249 

2.146 

436 

654 



3,414 
375 
666 
619 
904 

1,834 
311 
185 
824 
350 
88 

1,279 

5,768 
340 
369 

8.973 

2,828 
223 
415 

4,010 
104 
69 
191 
857 
208 
46 
290 



D 
11 



O 



s 

m 

W 

d 



% 



Highlands 
Hillsborough 

Holmes 

Indian River 
Jackson 
Jefferson 
Lafayette 

Lake 

Lee 

Leon 

Levy 

Liberty .... 

Mud I sun 
Manatee .. 
Marlon .... 

Martin .... 

Monroe .... 

Nassau ,.., 
Okaloosa .. 
Okeechobee 
Orange .... 

Osceola .... 

Palm Beach 
Pasco .... 

Pinellas 
Polk ...... 

Putnam 
fit. Johns 
St. Lucie 
Santa Rosa 
Sarasota 
Seminole 
Sumter .. 
Suwannee 
Taylor 
Union .... 

Volnsta . 
Wakulla 

Walton 

Washington 



2,549 

38.370 
4,386 
1.707 

10,223 
3,588 
1,266 
6,087 
4,081 
6,800 
3,135 
1,110 
4,516 
6,393 
7,223 
1,122 
2,608 
2,233 
3,471 
SIB 

11,828 
2,216 

12,220 
2.787 

17,088 

20,644 
4,422 
4.027 
2,088 
4,394 
8,831 
4,037 
2.809 
4,7B8 
3,030 
1,612 

11,370 
1,022 
4,240 
3,787 



2,012 
32,590 
4,244 
1,287 
0,340 
1,047 
1,162 
4,579 
8,363 
3,434 
2,126 

784 
2,164 
4,710 
3,828 

755 
2,224 
1,473 
3,223 

789 

1,7 S'.i 
8,8*4 
2,299 
14,174 
16,607 
2,587 
2,430 
1,386 
8,870 
2,050 
2.T38 
2,00!) 
3,331 
2,147 
1,257 
8,102 
1,005 
8.S16 
3,006 



537 

r>,7B(i 

122 

420 

3,883 

2,551 

103 

1,518 

728 

4,376 

1,000 

326 

2.352 

1,083 

:{.;i!tr> 

867 

•175 

760 

248 

130 

2,930 

427 

3.3*0 

408 

2,014 

3,847 

1,835 

1 ,597 

702 

524 

062 

2.100 

800 

1,465 

883 

355 

3.268 
517 
724 
781 



33 



7s 



185 



376 







253 
4,268 
817 
171 
1,226 
135 
237 
552 
402 
207 
354 
179 
316 
671 
472 
108 
280 
236 
624 
96 
988 
200 
983 
274 
1.504 
2,328 
361 
887 
171 
733 
356 
32T 
214 
670 
353 
257 
SOS 
189 
681 
■ifil 



188 


241 1 


1,041 


3,423 


22 


4T4 


126 


136 


1,057 


702 


1,021 


102 


52 


103 


394 


513 


104 


360 


1,511 


248 


360 


256 


122 


80 


927 


237 


511 


466 


1,013 


360 


101 


78 


62 


225 


208 


174 


85 


829 


05 


81 


678 


964 


lie 


198 


812 


916 


131 


218 


571 


1,280 


1,058 


1.814 


508 


267 


367 


304 


88 


141 


158 


419 


151 


BOO 


672 


271 


271 


239 


483 


362 


362 


248 


111 


133 


588 


880 


100 


116 


186 


442 


S17 


326 



68 
70S 

IT 

60 
538 
307 

10 
204 

85 
611 
188 

40 
388 
227 
451 

51 

71 

86 

S"i| 

17 
438 

43 
471 

Oil 
309 
562 
277 
191 
108 

76 

65 
800 
114 
212 
112 

65 

to* 

TT 
92 
86 



207 
3,235 
484 
150 
754 

90 
134 
516 
841 
238 
221 

94 
269 
449 
406 

84 
221 
100 

87fij 
8Tf 
885 
I !M i 
921 
257 
1,277 
1,774 
286 
265 
130 
461 
248 
207 
205 
374 
286 
128 
792 
127 
408 
303 



88 

soo 

19 

78 

480 

350 

13 

211 

101 

025 

127 

40 

800 

262 

492 

48 

51 

88| 

27 

16 

344 

71 

417 

74 

355 

524 

253 

200 

108 

84 

114 

280 

131 

235 

101 

60 

396 

77 

84 

119 



229 
3,874 
488 
138 
671 
105 
154 
489 
368 
246 
190 
96 
251 
619 
345 
90 
275 
165 
344 
107 
946 
180 
tin:, 
247 
1,280 
1,778 
287 
291 
128 
400 
273 
247 
229 
375 
232 
143 
777 
99 
417 
3S8 



83 

728 

19 

75 

402 

310 

2 

208 

72 

526 

118 

57 

286 

189 

409 

09 

57 

81 

33 

19 

344 

64 

307 

70 

338 

413 

212 

188 

101 

01 

93 

325 

108 

2211 

110 

42 

404 

57 

88 

89 



236 

3,215 
481 
180 
645 

92 
120 
450 
326 
252 
247 

88 
219 
481 
342 

75 
215, 
141 
317| 

79 
858 
192 
877 
253 
1,312 
1,727 
242 
248 
140 
455 
250 
208 
190 
816 
212 
138 
783 

88 
365 
314 



61 

612 

23 

38 
321 

215 

18. 

161 
76 

388 

101 
82 

223 

166 

345 
44 
78 
64 
28' 
14 

344 
41 

385 
42 

374 

402 

182 

129 
78 
67 
87 

205 
70 

132 
77 
06 

331 
4H 
79 
83 



200 

3,135 

421 

89 
683 

88 
108 
426 
318 
203 
200 

60 
186 
449 
BT5 

60 
20! I 
130 
285 

81 
881 
160 
823 
221 
1,314 
1,593 
238 
230 
119 
304 
250 
227 
201 
367 
174 
130 
717 

88 
313 
279 



54 

495 

6 

21 

247 

183 
2 

187 
80 

247 
74 
21 

112 

138 

210 
25 
33 
06 
16 
B 

261 
38 

300 

so" 

241 

279 

126 

159 

38 

39 

37 

148 

71 

86 

46 

42 

368 

48 

58 

62 



1.366 


087 


2(1.(1511 


4,379 


3.165 


105 


824 


308 


4.5111 


3,505 


627 


2,451 


807 


102 


2,H0O 


1,816 


2,175 


588 


1,485 


3,018 


1,468 


868 


592 


312 


1,477 


2,246 


2,875 


1,484 


2,300 


2,929 


500 


828 


1,486 


852 


1,036 


661 


2,27T 


229 


531 


126 


5,523 


2.404 


1,120 


376 


5,425 


2,732 


1,470 


421 


7,087 


2,186 


11,115 


8,228 


1.081 


1 .503 


1,070 


1.240 


834 


522 


2,812 


466 


1,877 


497 


1,587 


1,840 


1.278 


700 


2,354 


1,864 


1,004 


812 


924 


355 


4.794 


2,408 


727 


468 


2,628 


587 


2.281 


748 



■I. 

H 
■ 

n 
?. 



T. 



| 

■r. 

X 
M 
>V 
O 
Si 



8 



*884 unclassified n 
Included In Total 
columns. 



bite pupils in grades 1-6 of Duval County, 
of Grades 1-fl, but not Included in Itemlted 



TABLE VI 
PART 2— ENROLLMENT OF PUPILS BY GRADES 



COUNTIES 
1934-1835 



Total State 

Alachua 

Baiter , 

Bay 

Bradford 

Brevard 

Broward 

Calhoun 

Charlotte 

Cltrua 

Clay 

Collier 

Columbia 

Dade 

De Soto 

Dixie 

Dural 

Escambia 

Flagler 

Franklin 

Gadsden 

Gilcbriit 

Glades 

Gulf 

Hamilton 

Hardee 

Hendry 



Seventh 
Grade 






24,553 



486 

121 

285 

157 

182 

830 

154 

74 

88 

87 

46 

197 

8.371 

184 

70 

1,986 

885 

88 

83 

275 

80 

41 

2!l 

119 

228 

02 



1 



5.042H 



130 

9 

29 

23 

60 
111 



Eighth 
Grade 



3 
1= 



21,242 



46 

e:m 

40 

e 

771 

239 

7 

23 

170 

1 

2 

11 

7 

8 



887 

97 

220 

108 

166 

266 

100 

48 

79 

72 

26 

182 

2,775 

130 

52 

1,908 

7G5 

28 

68 

200 

00 

42 

28 

109 

213 

50 



S5 



Ninth 
Grade 



* 



Total 
Enrollment 
Grades 7-9 



£ 



3,743|18,356| 2,8891164,151 



120 

18 

10 

62 

40 

7 

T 

13 

6 



348 
68 

102 
82 

171 

280 
94 
44 
76 
62 
25 

40] 188 
3131 2,396 



30 

7 

534 

m 

18 

128 

3 

8 

5 

4 



1 (Mi 
41 
1,382 

716 
34 
52 

222 
32 
26 
21 
82 

188 
69 



13211 



28 
IB 



16 

328 
82 



406 
118 

"is 

94 
8 



1,171 
281 
667 
847 

518 

876 

848 

168 

243 

221 

100 

547 

8,542 

400 

172 

5,537 

2 ,.-(.". II 

95 

203 

697 

178 

109 

78 

810 

624 

177 



'A 



12,044 14,570 



391 

10 
45 

33 

145 

186 

7 

18 

27 

40 



101 

1,277 

102 

13 

1,711 

537 

9 

54 

393 

7 

2 

20 

12 

10 



Tenth 
Grade 



272 
88 

181 
71 

140 

233 
65 
22 
55 
28 
10 

112 

1,300 

76 

34 

1,498 

445 
20 
54 

173 
30 
19 
12 
52 

118 
33 



a 



1,590 [ 



5 
11 



H 



12 
147 

IS 



278 
84 

13 

39 





Eleventh 
Grade 



11,402 



277 

88 

100 

44 

1.18 

137 

46 

27 

35 

32 

7 

124 

1,474 

92 

20 

1,093 

879 

20 

44 

150 

30 

18 

16 

44 

87 

31 



o 
& 

41 

2 



Twelfth 
Grade 



S 



1,1 76 1| 10,062 



H 



U 

1301 
12 1 

228 
72 



218 
29 

101 
55 
99 

184 
87 
21 
34 
26 
3 

116 

1,251 

71 

16 

1.082 

338 
12 
30 

133 
15 
14 
16 
46 
79 
24 



I 



Total 

Enrollment 

Grades 10-11 



919136,124 



EM 



5 
110 



108 
' 48 



20 



787 

108 

338 

170 

386 

616 

148 

70 

124 

85 

20 

352 

4,631 

236 

70 

3,673 

1,163 

58 

128 

456 

75 

46 

44 

142 

284 

88 



| 



3.686 



183 



6 
11 




H 

i 

o 

d 

« 
P 



IS 



28 5 

887 £ 

27 E| 

ffl 

670 d 

204 g 

28 H 
.. 90 I 





86 


IS 


90 


11 


72 


2 


1 2S7 


28 


64 


4 


88 


4 


39 




1ST 


8 




Highlands 


14V 

2,989 


"«3 


181 

2,4 so 


888 


148 
2,143 


2571 


446 
7.612 


1,088 


84 
1,929 




03 

1,340 




ss 

1,050 




200 
4,328 


319 






141 


8T 


81 






287 


1 


282 


9 


102 




741 


IT 


141 




00 




98 




338 






Indian Hirer 


120 


i 


113 


18 


82 




818 


22 


62 




44 




42 




148 








465 


114 


402 


79 


329 


SO 


1.198 


232 


208 


28 


163 


IB 


185 


16 


653 


66 




Jefferaoa 


101 
82 


82 
1 


78 
88 


18 


80 
51 




258 
219 


100 

1 


78 

3(1 




47 
25 




44 

28 




164 
88 






Lafayette 

Ul« 




m 


354 


86 


884 


45 


256 


35 


964 


148 


28T 


23 


223 


IS 


108 


18 


655 


84 


H 


Lee 


812 


41 


245 


41 


189 


80 


746 


112 


178 


20 


128 


15 


128 


13 


432 


48 


► 


Leon 


200 

1!»« 

87 

161 


172 
32 
14 
68 


174 

134 

43 

175 


111 
9 


189 

114 

25 

116 


65 


833 
447 
135 
482 


848 
41 
14 

104 


132 
66 

27 
92 


80 121 

70 

14 
2 T8 


33 


m 

SB 

16 

07 


17 


3T3 

211 

BT 

23", 


110 


hi 




ts 


liadlaon 


ft 






DO 

d 

Tt 


28 






410 


72 


377 


59 


308 


28 


1,104 


189 


271 


18 


234 


12 


148 


10 


653 


40 


Marlon 


347 


160 


304 


138 


280 


69 


931 


855 


248 


45 


184 


32 


165 


34 


597 


111 


M 




89 


12 


80 


10 


53 


8 


102 


28 


32 


5 


40 


2 


21 


4 


83 


11 


Tl 




212 


41 


162 


22 


125 


2-, 


489 


88 »8 


14 


71 


13 


76 


8 


240 


SB 






130 


40 


92 


19 


79 


18 


301 


T5 


62 


11 


38 


14 


30 





130 


34 


3 


flkalooi*a 


102 
TO 


12 
2 


178 
44 


S 
2 


135 
58 


1 


MB 

ITS 


x s 


08 


1 


90 
26 




68 
23 





206 
80 


1 


Okeechobee 


n 




774 
162 


167 
17 


7415 
137 


181 
16 


667 
116 


93 

15 


2,186 
418 


391 

61 


806 
80 


M 


404 
75 


44 


3T0 

88 


87 


1.289 
249 


13B 


3 


Oweoia 




784 


108 


760 


157 


020 


D8 


2,130 


453 


518 


92 


864 


57 


388 


52 


1,270 


201 


w 


Paaco 


-or, 


13 


wi 


10 


154 


11 


580 


34 


114 


3 


8U 




TO 




27S 


8 


s 




1.24U 


200 


1,138 


177 


1,054 


118 


3,441 


571 


812 


J° 


T84 


54 


674 


33 


2,370 


ir.~ 


Polk 


1.382 
208 


274 

108 


1,878 

188 


150 

73 


1,104 
157 


127 

35 


3,700 
568 


560 
216 


789 

13T 


68 
22 


5NH 
117 


44 

17 


546 
SO 


67 

i 


1,873 
303 


109 
50 










108 


inn 


186 


71 


135 


71 


619 


261 


03 


44 


69 


39 


TO 


241 


10S 


so 




182 
314 


83 
22 


100 
215 


33 

20 


87 
210 


82 

in 


819 

T48 


118 

88 


BT 
131 


82 


70 
88 


16 


71 
81 


14 


233 
310 


62 


- 


ftanta Roaa 


3 




22« 


24 

82 


188 
233 


10 
57 


184 

HIS 


18 
47 


605 

711 


62 
186 


185 
163 


8 


124 
160 


21 


T8 
112 


5 
18 


38T 
427 


18 
73 




2 


Sumter 


IN] 

810 

1B7 

88 


IS 
48 
42 


154 

198 

150 

68 


16 
28 
14 


149 

196 

188 

92 


10 
17 
11 


484 
TIM 
442 

243 


40 
88 
67 


94 

123 

84 

86 


13 

4 


77 
78 
78 

2H 




78 
72 
44 
25 




24T 

273 

20 1 

90 


13 

4 


*i 




















Vnlimla „ 


7i»4 


260 


665 


164 


609 


148 


1088 


870 


491 


94 


407 


85 


852 


48 


1.250 


202 






84 

Mi 


221 
SB 


88 
210 


12 
36 


42 

195 


10 
26 


17!< 
6T1 


44 

127 


4H 
106 


T 
10 


31 

8(1 


3 


28 

:n 




90 
217 


10 
10 




Walton 


1 


Washington 


2*1 


ia| 


189 


ie 


lm 




MO 


3.', 


T8 




60 




51 




198 





TABLE VII 
AGGREGATE DAYS ATTENDANCE 



: 


GBAND 
TOTAL 
BOTH 
RACKS 








WHITE 


NEGRO 


COUNTIES 

1984-193G 




iH 

1 


OS 

n 

■ 
■o 

g 




N 

n 

1 




_ e 
li 
HZ 


9 

i-l 

8 
■a 

S 
9 


a 

■ 
m 
g 


N 
n 

6 

4-4 

ca 

1 

§ 


Total State 


61,200,303 


38,007,602 


23,019,640 


9,050,287 


6,887,70511 u 


11,052,577 


1,592,382 


547,742 


Alachua 

Baker 

Brevard ,, 


1,193,562 
228,012 
533,753 
290,606 
437,008 
711,808 
202,383 
119,172 
101,238 
184,707 
09,821 
524,668 

5,160,194 
312,810 
168,848 

5,468,740 

1,704,203 

79,063 

107,103 

941,210 

121,393 

78.178 

82,640 

283,371 


705,209 
186,777 
441,602 
236,421 
303,230 
481,848 
226,737 

94,152 
1 -15.UHS 
132,094 

60,103 

841,112 

4,101,496 

24r.,7t;o 

127,115 

8.835,828 

1,364,513 

55,174 

133,03* 
450,667 
107,240 
70,446 
59,600 
109,404 


419,080 

139,717 

308,112 

HiB.WBtl 

100,301 

265,216 

166.206 

59,877 

95,887 

90,660 

45,149 

216,102 

2,374,852 

147,346 

91,291 

2,325,104 

870,003 

34,708 

88,850 

277,418 

74,823 

48,448 

43,225 

140,040 


171,892 
33,713 
86,785 
43,660 
74,417 

128,760 
40,964 
24,122 
32,427 
20,207 
12,077 
71.135 
1,078,956 
58,624 
25,284 

913,030 

328,640 
12,839 
27,077 

100,740 
22,112 
14,050 
10,301 
38,735 


113,891 
13,847 
4«,75fi 
22,765 
59,422 
87,876 
19,477 
10,153 
17,874 
12,218 
2,881 
53,785 

647,688 
M.700 
10,54(1 

597,628 

164,064 

7,567 

17,105 

72,509 

10,305 

7,041 

6,083 

19,729 


488,203 
41,236 
02,151 
00,185 

133,770 

:j:"i,r.>j0 
35,646 
26,020 
45,550 
52,613 
9,718 

iS3,54ii 
1,058,008 

«7,or,« 

41,826 

1,022,012 

42SI.7KU 

24J8B 

04,065 
490,552 

14,163 
7,7.')3 

23,03! 

83,967 


■118,1 59 
30.885 
Nfi.097 
50,883 

115,409 

207,029 
34,772 
22,073 
41,544 
45,848 
9,718 

107,666 

633,456 

47,981 

40,074 

1,205,520 

323,142 
23,907 
53.432 

420,355 

13,733 

T.-I7;s 

20,477 

82,651 


47,338 

1,350 

5,005 

3,302 

17,128 

21,338 

874 

2,347 

4,006 

4,554 


22,795 

149 

1,238 
1,083 


Charlotte 


Citrus 




Clay 


2,111 


Dade 


11,825 

101,111 

15,028 
1,754 

252,882 

76,898 

882 

6,815 

47,603 

420 

260 

2,554 

1,316 


4,0S5 

64,131 
4,050 

104,500 
29,739 


De Soto 


Duval : 


Franklin 


3,818 

13,694 


Gadsden 




Gull 





1 

r 

3 

H 

W 

d 
o 

i 



Hardee. 

Hendry 

Hernando 

Hlghlanda 

Hillsborough 

Holmei 

Indian River 

•Tackson 

Jefferson 

Lafayette 

Lake 

Lee 

Leon 

Levy 

Liberty 

Madison 

Manatee ....... 

Marlon 

Martin 

Monroe 

Nassau 

Okaloosa 

Okeechobee ... 

Orange 

Osceola 

Palm Beach 

1'llM-n .... 

Pinellas 

Polk 

Putnam 

St. .Tnnnx 

St, Lucie 

Santa Rosa 

Rarasota 

Seminole 

Sumter 

Suwannee 

Taylor 

Union 

Volnsla 

Wakulla 

Walton 

Washington 



889,8101 

9U.1I7V 

101,3301 

368.3391 

5,454,857' 
524,75fii 
286,433 

1,170,706 
452,796 
141,307! 
830 .055 1 
583,0071 
851,721 
405,648 
134,034 
534,363 
837,74,1 
975,004 
147,406 
404,335 
253,159 
435,783 
117.355 

1,719,899 
811.708 

1,777,545 
358,672 

2.312,354 

2,724,578 
573,451 
529,240 
204,588 
519,560 
485.832 
661,765 
860,434 
533,181 
871,191 
182,222 

1,486.566 
193,705 
482,851 
425,010 



362.090 

01.401 

146.200 

202.524 

4.037.H40 
508,414 
182,232 
740,046 
136.237 
128,387 
629,337 
432,379 
351.042 
283.185 
100.091 
263.221 
023,941 
529,983 
100,7591 
328,262 
178,420 
4n6,130 
100.023 

1,814,912 
256.030 

1,301,987 
305,066 

1,867,258 

2,228,420 
343,712 
321,528 
205.050 
460.134 
348,545 
390.371 
288,872 
887,501 
272,182 
151,704 

1,051.342 
132.557 
394,613 
334.750 



248,152 

58,180 

85,104 

196,515 

2,918,793 

363,049 

100,602 

S24.111 

79,570 

80,884 

380.574 

260,456 

203,751 

187,510 

72,90 1 

170,482 

367,636 

308,742 

66.804 

218.209 

121.620 

301,007 

66,329 

751,387 

157.826 

783,682 

184,468 

1,045,283 

1.402,521 

217,899 

218,024 

113.176 

320,890 

215.743 

220,051 

102,972 

263,528 

185,972 

111,842 

582.299 

(8,810 

279,160 

243,735 



77,333 
23.760 
37,403 
(i'i.lSlKl 
,100.800 
97,179 
48,109 

144,305 
33.661 
26.025 

148,222 
08.804 
86,558 
64,791 
18,994 
59.881 

157,831 

135,344 
20,976' 
75.708 
38,209 
60,051 
23,873 

350,430 
60,351 

310,527 
77,822 

476,564 

535,171 
76.416 
73.474 
62,777 
93.747 
80,341 

102,034 
09.207 
88.808 
57,871 
28.208 

291,470 
24.464 
8B,58« 
88,837 



36.614 
11,542 
23,783 
29.340 

RnS.MUrt 
48.180 
24.4311 
B1.530 
22,907 
11,878 

100,541 
64,119 
60.783 
30.884 
8.180 
32,858 
08,474 
85,877 
12,979 
34.345 
18,594 
30,078 
11,221 

213,145 
38,758 

198,768 
42,776 

345,411 

291.737 
49.397 
35.030 
39.998 
45.488 
52,461 
68,286 
36.003 
35,165 
28,339 
11,744 

177,567 
14,483 
31,867 
27,188 



27,511 


26,319 


1,182 






5,487 


5,487 








45,108 


40.165 


8,711 


1,230 




73,815 


73,815 








817.208 


621,724 


147,455 


46,029 




16.342 


13,708 


2,574 






r.4.2rn 


51,860 


2,341 






429.850 


303,033 


27.493 


B,724 




3 1 n.s-.ii 


304,036 


12,523 




M 


12,820 


12,810 


104 




9> 


210,618 


181,057 


20,881 


8,080 


H 


100.028 


77.545 


15,841 


7.242 


3 


500,679 


440,673 


44,153 


15,853 




123,488 


117,871 


4,582 




m 


34,843 


33,120 


1,723 


( 


1 


271,342 


258.502 


12,434 


816 


213,804 


190,662 


18,067 


5,075 


W 


445.041 


381,073 


47.493 


15,875 


W 


40,737 


41,834 


3,301 


1,002 


2 

b 

y 


7(1,073 


54,401 


15,297 


6,375 


74.730 


63,160 


7.571 


3.999 


29.047 


27,189 


2,323 


135 


18, 432 


15.871 


581 






B 


404,787 


331.019 


53.488 


20,330 


54,888 


47,995 


6,873 




479,508 


376,488 


67,873 


31.897 


►3 


58.80B 


47,988 


5,180 


432 


445,096 


84.8,968 


71,159 


24,974 


</J 


495,149 


407,067 


06,743 


21,839 


B 

13 


220,739 


194.548 


27.555 


7,836 


207.712 


161,252 


32.506 


13,954 


88,638 


65.008 


14,895 


8,875 


n 


50.426 


51,708 


7,718 




- 


87,287 


70,623 


8,618 


2.046 


271,394 


230,491 


24,713 


10,190 




01.582 


88.009 


4,953 






145,680 


133,034 


10,147 


1,599 




09.009 


90,160 


8,310 


530 




40 428 


40.428 








435.224 


928.883 


79,085 


27,267 




in , H8 


54,815 


5.345 


1.288 


*# 


87,788 


72,425 


14,010 


1,297 


M 


90,266 


86.100 


4. LM 







TABLE VIII 

(a) AVERAGE DAILY ATTENDANCE 

m PERCENTAGE OK ENROLLMENT IN AVERAGE DAILY ATTENDANCE 






O 
M 

P3 



COUNTIES 
1934-1935 



Total State 

Alacbua 

Baker 

Bay 

Bradford 

Brevard 

Broward 

Calhoun 

Charlotte ....... 

Cltrui 

Clay 

Collier 

Colombia 

Dade 

De Soto 

Dlxl* 

Duval 

Escambia 

Klagler 

Franklin 

Gadsden 

Gilchrist 

Gladea 

Gulf 

Hamilton ....... 



GHAND 
TOTAL 

BOTH 
HACKS 



303,612 



7,335 
1,432 
8,348 
1,991 
2,622 
4,300 
1,040 

1,200 

1,154 

430 

3,258 

20,485 

1,887 

1,034 

30,415 

11,217 

508 

1,234 

5,706 

750 

495 

517 

1,864 



AVERAGE DAILY ATTENDANCE 



WHITE 






223,481 



I 140,334 



4,279 

1,188 

2,770 

1,490 

t,7H0 

2,861 

1,418 

347 

91S 

827 

875 

2,105 

23,437 

1,478 

772 

21,310 

SJ>83 

817 

884 

2,642 

6T0 

446 

872 

1,248 



I 

f 
E 

a 



2,005 

S75 

1,987 

1,074 

1,042 

1,058 

1,040 

351 

600 

507 

282 

1.300 

13,571 

920 

571 

12,918 

5,446 

219 

556 

1,634 

487 

305 

289 

882 






— 

6 



NEGRO 



HZ 



52,498) 30,594|| 80,191 fl 07,420 



1.013 
210 
541 
274 
413 
715 
250 
138 
205 
184 

76 

448 

8. 10(1 

842 

142 

5,073 

2,054 

81 
169 
587 
186 

S7 

65 
248 



601 

83 

292 

142 

331 

488 

122 

58 

108 

70 

18 

307 

3.700 

218 

59 

3,321 

1,032 

47 

109 

421 

85 

44 

38 

123 



3,050 
264 
578 
501 
836 

1,439 
222 
150 
287 
327 
81 

1,153 

0,048 
419 
282 

9,105 

2.085 
158 
400 

3,004 

80 

49 

145 

630 



2,017 
255 
539 
478 
731 

1.294 
216 
141 
281 
236 
61 

1,058 

4,761 
800 
251 

7,116 

2,011) 
ISO 
834 

2,680 

86 

47 

128 

827 



i- 



9,531 



290 

9 

38 

28 

107 

134 

6 

15 

28 






3.240 



143 
""I 



8 

11 



28 


18 


76 


25 


921 


366 


94 


25 


11 




1,408 


661 


4SO 


188 


6 




42 


24 


298 


86 


3 




2 




17 




9 





PER CENT 
OF ENROLL 
MENT IN 
AVE II AGE 
DAILY AT 
TENDANCE 



-a 
I 



»* 



82 
75 
74 
78 
79 
78 
72 
78 
81 
79 
72 
77 
76 
70 
77 
89 
68 
78 
77 
83 
73 
86 
76 
78 



S 



78% 



77 
SB 
81 
77 
79 
71 
70 
85 
82 
81 
!!« 
72 
81 
89 
69 
82 
88 
67 
81 
68 
80 
69 
69 
73 



h 



o 



3 

f 

1-1 

Q 



H 



o 



Hardee 

Hendry 

Hernando 

Highlands 
Hillsborough 

Holmes 

Indian Hlver 

Jackson 

Jefferson 

Lafayette 

Lake 

Lee 

Leon 

LeTy 

Liberty 

Madison 

Manatee 

Marlon 

Martin 

Monroe 

Nassau 

Okaloosa 

Okeechobee .... 

Orange 

Oaceola 

Palm Beach .. 

Pasco 

Pinella* 

Polk 

Putnam 

St. Johns .... 
St. Lucie .... 
Santa Bosa 

Sarasota 

Seminole 

Sumter 

Suwannee 

Taylor 

Union 

VoluaU 

Wakulla 

Walton 

Washington .. 



2,436 

(jut; 

1,200 

2,086 

30,439 

3,271 

1,438 

7,536 

2,328 

Sill 

5,113 

8.150 

6,110 

■!,:.:hi 

845 

;:,;m<> 

4,971 

8,003 

m 

2,247 
1,733 
2,721 

71(1 
10,381 
1.785 
8.875 
2,187 
12,847 
16,311 
3,584 
3,309 
1,774 
3,870 
2,425 
4. OHO 
2,204 
3,334 
2.325 
1.308 
8,083 
1,213 
2,891 
2,705 



2,204 


1,550 


485 


572 


352 


148 


918 


586 


233 


1,625 


1 MU2 


370 


25,803 


16,244 


6.176 


3,166 


2,258 


607 


1,101 


687 


277 


4.734 


3,381 


810 


851 


497 


211 


80S 


565 


168 


3,788 


2,396 


834 


2,541 


1,584 


580 


1,888 


1,158 


480 


1,773 


1,172 


407 


626 


456 


118 


1,643 


1,034 


374 


3,634 


2,188 


896 


3,219 


1,921 


7»T 


631 


417 


182 


1,825 


1,213 


421 


1,170 


804 


249 


2,537 


1,880 


432 


607 


414 


180 


7,843 


4,698 


1,961 


1,436 


883 


387 


1.2-.Y.\ 


4,353 


1,778 


1,848 


1,149 


481 


10.872 


5,806 


2,648 


1 3,300 


8,419 


3,123 


2.1 4S 


1,361 


478 


2,010 


1,331 


460 


1,220 


705 


293 


2,844 


2,078 


582 


1.940 


1,201 


44T 


IM* 


1,876 


622 


1,636 


1,018 


40S 


2,423 


1.648 


555 


1,703 


1,103 


363 


948 


699 


176 


6,271 


3,840 


1.688 


830 


586 


~ IBS 


2.441 


1,748 


517 


2,140 


1,561 


410 



229 

72 
149 
103 
3,883 
301 
137 
493 
143 

75 
558 
377 
340 
194 

52 
205 
550 
501 

82 
191 
117 
225 

S3 

1,184 

216 

1,104 

238 

1.B18 

1,058 

309 

219 

222 

274 

292 

886 

209 

220 

177 

78 
993 

81 
181 
169 



172 


165 


7 


1 


34 


84 
251 






282 


38 




8 


461 


461 

3,540 


828 




4,636 


237 


105 


88 


17 




338 


324 


14 




2.802 


2,568 


178 


55 


1.&77 


1,898 


78 




83 


82 


1 




1,325 


1,142 


133 


eo 


608 


■171 


95 


43 


3,131 


2,755 


27T 


99 


T66 


737 


28 




218 


208 


11 




1,697 


1,318 


76 


2 


1,337 


1,192 


113 


82 


2.T84 


2,389 


296 


99 


292 


281 


21 


10 


422 


802 


85 


85 


583 


481 


54 


28 


184 


168 


14 


1 


103 


99 


4 




2.538 


2,074 


337 


127 


349 


307 


42 




2,642 


2,091 


374 


177 


338 


803 


33 


3 


2.475 


1,840 


396 


139 


3,111 


2,557 


422 


132 


1 A 3« 


1,216 


172 


48 


1,298 


1,009 


203 


87 


554 


407 


93 


54 


426 


871 
426 


55 
48 




485 


11 


1,696 


1,478 


154 


64 


568 


687 


31 




911 


US 


63 


10 


623 


563 


52 


4 


280 


260 

2,054 






2,722 




488 


170 


388 


341 


34 


8 


550 


454 


88 


8 


565 


538 


27 





74 

82 
86 
81 
79 
75 
88 
75 
Bl 
70 
83 
76 
82 
88 
80 
76 
77 
64 
84 
82 
79 
79 
77 
87 
80 
82 
60 
73 
78 
83 
83 
88 
76 
73 
87 
SI 
T3 
79 
76 
77 
83 
68 
71 



81 
69 
87 
86 
80 
86 
80 
72 
77 
81 
87 
84 
72 
76 
67 
72 
79 
82 
80 
89 
74 
74 
79 
87 
82 
78 
74 
86 
78 
78 
81 
79 
81 
86 
77 
71 
62 
70 
78 
83 
74 
76 
72 



H 
> 
H 
B 

m 

a 

•V 
B 

a 

i— i 

n 



a 
x 

09 

w 
a 

*s 
o 

3 



TABLE IX 
(a) TRANSPORTATION; (b) PRHE TEXTBOOKS FURNISHED BY THE STATE 



COUNTIES 
1634.1986 



Total State 



Alachua 

linker 

Bay 

Bradford . 
Brevard ... 
Broward 
Calhoun . . 
Charlotte 

Cltrua 

Clay 

Collier 

Columbia 
Dade ........ 

De Soto ... 

Dixie 

Duval 

Escambia 
Flagler ... 
Franklin . 
Gadsden 
Gilchrist 
Oladei ..... 

Gulf 

Hamilton 
Hardee ... 
Hendry 
Hernando 
High lands 



TRANSPORTATION 



Cost of Transportation 



TOTAL 



Wbtte 



|1,1S6,828,22||1,136,133.27 






82.B04.6O 

11,174.16| 

6,847.87 

12.745.80 

22,786.97 
9,961.14 
8,944.80 
5,178.83 
7,184.20 

1S.S67.10I 
8,491.29 

14,918.80 

93.459.33 
6,792.87 
9,549.77 

72,370.63 

24,640.98 
7,435.28 
9,506.90 

17,881.80 
8,201.04 
2,930.49 
1.563.73 
9.366,52 

15,021.41 
3,185.30 
7,782.07 

11,939.56 



Ni-^ro 



Pupils Transported 



TOTAL 



White 



32.303.60 

11,174.16 

6,322.37 

12.H49.50 

20,848.73 

9,961.14 

5,944.80 

5,008.53 

7,184.20 

12,847.10| 

6,699.98 

14,438.00 

98,454.88 

6,792.37 

9,301.27 

71,819.92 

24,634.98 

7,435.28 

9,488.00 

17,881.50 

8,201.04 

2,930.49 

1,583.73 

9,306.52 

15,021.41 

3,185.30 

7,338.32 

11.939.56 



«19,692.BB1| 66,1611 64,830 



I 5. (KM 
96.00 1 
1,938,24 



170.00 

"720.001 

1,791.31 

480.00 



248.50 

f.r.ii.71 

12.00 



(1) 18.00 



443.75 



1,734 
811 
584 
833 

1,087 
654 
683 
266 
266 
531 
806 

1,099 

8,520 
527 
235 

3,430 

2,323 
224 
297 

1,811 
602 
128 
91 
626 
913 
221 
328 
408 



],734 

811 

072 

817 

962 

654 

688 

2S9 

266 

477 

233 

1,045 

3.520 

B27 

228 

3,189 

2,322 

224 

297 

1,811 

602 

128 

91 

626 

818 

221 

812 

408 



Negro 



1,352 



12 

16 

105 



10 



54 
73 



7 

261 

1 



10 



Average 
Cost Tor 
Pupil 
Trans- 
ported 



(3) TEXTBOOKS FURNISHED BY THE STATE 



(3fCost 
of Books 



17.46IIH1B.198.00 



1 8.02 
13.77 
10.85 
16.30 
21.35 
15.23 
10.16 
16,25 
27,01) 
25.55 
27,74 
18,57 
26.55 
12.88 
40.83 
21.09 
10.60 
33.19 
32.00 
13.63 
13.62 
22.86 
17.18 
14,90 
16.45 
14.27 
23.72 
2!».20 



4,181.30 

710.19 

2,090.20 

1,295.01 

860.72 

827.74 

1,029.17 

268.10 

472.04 

868.68 

92.36 

1,650.47 

0,082.35 

2T6.05 

768.42 

6,630.78 

5,714.44 

295.78 

891.41 

6,889.88 

77,21 

331.42 

281.74 

841.18 

250.68 

223.85 

267.16 

882.13 



Enroll- 
ment 
Fist Six 
Grades 



207. 48H 



6,712 

1,643 

3,407 

2.009 

2,260 

3,991 

1,774 

028 

1,082 

1,094 

490 

8,105 

23,935 

1,872 

1,133 

23,458 

9.105 

514 

1,173 

6.058 

765 

431 

BBS 

2.106 

2,346 

488 

944 

1,903 



Average 

Cost Per 

Pupil 



Amt. Remit- 
ted to State 
Treat, for 
Books Lost 
and Des- 
troyed Dur- 
ing Year 



H 

i 




Hillsborough 

Holmes 

Indian River 

Jackson 

Jefferson 

Lafayette 

Lake 

Lee 

Leon 

Levy 

Liberty 

Madison 

Manatee ■ 

Marlon ... 

Martin 

Monroe 

Nassau 

Okaloosa 

Okeechobee ... 

Orange 

Osceola. 

ralm Beach 

Pasco 

Pinellas 

Polk 

Putnam 

St. Johns 

St. Liii-Ir 

Santa Rosa ... 

Saroaota 

Seminole 

Sumter 

Suwannee 

Taylor 

Union 

Volusia 

Wakulla 

Walton 

Washington ... 



41,952.20 
15,164.03 
10,478.70 
30,227.04 
15,718.20 

8,112.00 
29,142.41 
13,020.53 
19,007.15 
14,153.80 
10.634.20 
13,400.80 
25,481.51 
31,385.71 

0,404.42 

2.34 9.00 
12,765.00 
14,107.60 

3,272.77 
28,267.31 

0,483.36 
28,671.21 
17,026.75 
23,213.02 
58,055.60 
15,080.50 
15,424.64 
12,133.38 
IS, 2 OH. 30 
14,359.08 
19,600.84 
12,702.80 
20,853.12 
17,323.00 

7,365.20 
36,801.15 

0,815.59 
12,250.05 

9,840.17 



41,617.20 
16,164.63 

7,601.50 
30,227.04 
15,7 18.2(1 

8,112.00 
29,086.41 
11,088.50 
19,007.15 
14,153.80 
10,634.21.1 
13,409.80 
26.431.51 
31,366.71 

6,253.51 

2,346.00 
12,245.00 
14,107.66 

3,272.77 
28,207.31 

9.493.35 
27,812.91 
17,789.75 
21,263.02 
56.604,49 
15,689.50 
15,424.64 

9,637.82 
18,260.39 
14,359.08 
18,447.34 
12.564.47 
20,853.12 
17,323.00 

7,305.20 
36.763.65 

8,395.59 
12,250.05 

(.793.17 



335.(1011 



2,787.20 



56.00 
1,031.94 



150.91 

"526M 



sr.s.sii 

137.00 

950.00 
1,451.20 



2,445.56 



1,252.50 
22839 



37.50 
020.00J 

(2)""4aoo| 



3,013] 

1.910 
453 

2.S7.S 
543 
498 

1,337 

1,202 
700 
892 
340 
972 

1,361 

1,758 
362 
105 
679 

1.4-14 
243 

1,529 
381 

1,095 
T70 

1,601 

2,911 
795 
719 
646 

1,947 
833 

1,360 
562 

1,521 
920 
69(1 

1,234 
480 
780 
774 



3,010 

1,910 

348 

2.H1X 

.via 

498 

1,831 

1.126 

709 

892 

340 

B72 

1,361 

1,758 

348 

105 

649 

1,444 

243 

1,529 

881 

1,069 

764 

1,533 

2,769 

795 

719 

813 

1.847 

833 

1,2111 

662 

1.521 
920 
699 

1,229 
444 
780 
774 



8 


13.901 




7.93 


105 


23.13 




10.50 




2N.1I 1 




16.28 


6 


21.78 


76 


10.83 




26.93 




15.86 




31.27 
13.79 






18.68 




17.84 


14 


17.68 




22,34 
18.79 


80 




9.83 




13.46 
18,48 






24.91 


26 


26.18 


6 


23.28 


68 


1S.87 


142 


19.94 




19.73 




21.45 


133 


18.78 




9.87 




17.28 


78 


14.38 


10 


22.70 




13,71 




18.82 




10.BS 


6 


29.82 


36 


19.40 




15.70 

12.71 





12,635.01 
2.409.67 

660.66 
2,364.53 
2,174.22 

453.03 
1.743,86 

563.71 
1.518.75 

867.52 

637.75 
2,740.75 

:s,5!irai3 

5.231.38 
ItitS.Hl 

1,203.69 

1,285,77 

2,143.35 
288.03 

2,879.17 
482.60 

3,826.53 
447.92 

2,214.45 

2,063.25 
552.02 

2,752,12 
572.71 
057.85 
956.40 
379.80 

1,005.44 
404.34 

1,074.06 
110.74 

1,799.02 
791.26 
304,38 

2,009.52 



25,029 


.5(1 


3,270 


.76 


1,222 


.46 


8.186 


.20 


8,078 


.71 


050 


.47 


4,276 


.41 


2.743 


.21 


5,403 


.28 


2.436 


.36 


804 


.69 


3,723 


.74 


4,350 


.82 


5,229 


1.00 


828 


.20 


1,847 


.08 


1,687 


.76 


2,506 


.86 


657 


.44 


7,927 


.36 


1,601 


.82 


8. 1 57 


.47 


1,881 


.24 


10,173 


.22 


14,343 


.21 


3.244 


.17 


2,910 


.05 


1,356 


.42 


8,278 


.17 


2,174 


.44 


3,537 


.11 


2,088 


.49 


3,718 


.11 


2,316 


.46 


1,279 


M 


7,290 


.25 


1,180 


.66 


8,215 


.09 


8,927 


.68 



1.16 



.60 



* 7.18 



17.02 

"ijtiS 



20.24 



(1) 
(2) 
(3) 



Paid for previous year. 

No negro pupils reported : this amount evidently paid for previous year. 

in addition to the cost of textbooks, 11,904.89 was spent by the State Department of Public Instruction for printing and incraental expenses. 

The Comptroller's records allow, in addition to this amount, $17,027.63 paid for commissions to tax assessors and collectors, and J2.686.15 for 

textbooks for the school year 1936-36, paid before tbe book* for the fiscal year 1934-35 were closed. 



TABLE X 
RESULTS OP FLORIDA EXAMINATION FOB TEACBERS 



1934-1935 

COUNTIES 


TOTAL NO 
OP 
EXAM- 
INEES 


Number 
Successful 
Examinees 


Number 

Examinees 

Falling 


Number 

Meriting 

Third 

Grade 

Certlflcatei 


Number 

Meriting 

Second 

Grade 

Certificates 


Number 
Meriting 

First 

Grade 

Certificates 


Number 

Meriting 

Special 

Certificate* 


Number 
Meriting 
Prlmarj 

Certificates 


Number 

Meriting 

Professional 

Certificates 


Number 
Successful 
Constitu- 
tion 
Applicants 




V 

I 


| 

'A 


2 

1 is 




i 


1 -2 

-a 

1 * 



§ 

Z 




1 

■ 


■J 

a 
& 




b 

1 


£ 



& 


a 

I 


1 

•A 




p 


& 

V 


& 
S 


■X 


a 
I 


a 

b 
1 


Total State 


2,19a 


1.821111,! 


179 


H2.S 


l,W2| 1 


93 


398 


41 


79 


2 


! 98 


3 


22 




5 




419 


40 


Alachua 

Bradford 

Broward 

Calhouo 

Charlotte 

Citrua , 


52 
27 
57 
SS 

4 
17 
7B 

8 
14 
26 

28 

99 

22 

7 

S3 

N 

5 

21 
lfi 
8 
lfi 
61 
29 


U9 

10 

14 

9 

8 

" 16 

6 

8 

1 

21 


88 
11 
80 
17 

8 
16 

40 
1 

9 
12 

4 
in 


2 

2 
8 

'i 

4 

9 



B 

" i 

23 


14 

16 

27 

21 

1 

1 

88 

2 

C 

14 

6 

18 

28 

9 

8 

14 

86 

3 

8 
B" 
1 
4 
21 
12 


117 

9 

14 

9 

3 

""l 4 

a 

3 
1 

20 
10 

23 

28 

1 

4 

175 

17 
6 
4 

81 
2 


6 

6 

14 

11 

4 

12 

8 

4 
8 
5 
1 
4 
8 
6 
16 

6 

4 

2 

2 

11 

1 5 


2 
1 

1 
...... 

1 

E 
1 

3 

i 

15 


7 

2 

14 

3 
2 
4 

20 

1 
6 

4 

a 

2 
4 

1 

15 

22 

i 

1 
2 

6 
12 
10 




' 1 
1 


1 

8 

r. 

""'i 
1 
1 
1 
2 

....„ 

3 

i 

8 




:::::::: 

""2 




3 

1 

1 

a 

2 

'""it 

17 

1 

9 

....... 

i 

1 
2 




1 





1 

i 






2;t 
i 

8 

2 

1 

""a 

00 
1 

""ii 

8 

2 

8 




Clay , 

Collier 










Dade 


14 1 




"2 
1 

a 


i 


S 
1 

1 
2 




De Soto , 

Dixie 

Duval 

Flagler 

Franklin 

Uadaden ., 

Gilchrist 

Glades , 

Gulf 


""82 
33 

1 

4! 

183 

17 

II 

4 

S7 

2 


13 
4 

49 

48 

2 

18 
10 
4 
11 
30 
17 


8 

....... 

3 

2 


Hardee 


9 


.... 

1 8 





Hendry 

Hernando 

Highlands 

Hillsborough 

Holmes 

Indian River 

Jackson 

Jefferson 

Lafayette 

Lake 

Lee 

Leon 

Levy 

Liberty 

Madison 

Manatee 

Marlon 

Martin 

Monroe 

Nassau 

Okaloosa 

Okeechobee ... 

Orange 

Osceola 

Palm Beach 

Pasco 

Pinellas 

Polk 

Putnam 

St. Johns 

St. Lode 

Santa Rosa 

Sarasota 

Seminole 

Sumter 

Suwannee 

Taylor 

Union 

Volusia 

Wakulla 

Walton 

Washington 



12 


3 


1 * 




8 


is 


12 


1 10 


1 


6 


6 


4 


4 


2 


2 


12a 


55 


88 


ft 


35 


111 


3 


50 


1 


52 


28 


22 


IS 


7 


13 


fi? 


31 


31 


7 


36 


14 


46 


11 


2 


3 


23 




5 




IB 


24 


11 


20 


2 


4 


29 


4 


IS 




11 


138 


38 


126 


4 


12 


10 


25 


7 


3 


12 


8 


10 


1 


2 


2 


16 


5 


9 




7 


85 


10 


27 




8 


ID 


29 


6 


4 


4 


6 


1 


S 




3 


10 


I 


8 




7 


12 


IB 


12 






57 


6 


30 


1 


27 


7 


ft 


6 


1 


1 


48 


10 


38 


1 


10 


7 


8 


5 


1 


2 


23 


16 


20 


4 


3 


42 


33 


28 


4 


19 


46 


14 


32 


5 


14 


57 


IB 


30 


4 


18 


12 


18 


9 


5 


3 


12 


18 


8 


3 


8 


13 




11 




2 


63 


20 


32 


11 


36 


8 


6 


6 


2 


1 


21 


11 


12 


2 


9 


24 


10 


17 


1 


7 


48 


21 


22 




■J<\ 


19 


48 


12 


10 


7 


16 
28 


4 


13 
24 




6 


11 


4 


4 


21 


11 


11 


4 


10 


T9 
65 


13 


34 


2 


45 


34 


27 


7 


38 



a 

11 
2 

M 
t 

lr, 
24 

4-i 



9 

•» 
B4 

22 
I 
S 

10 
25 

1 
1 

is 

r. 

4 

9 

7 

ct 

:n 

i 
u 

15 

18 

4 
9 
9 

21 

33 

4 

7 

7 

11 

27 





1 




S 


1 




1 


28 




35 


8 


8 




8 


1 


6 




1 


2 


6 




8 


2 


1 


1 


4 




3 




4 


8 


1 




2 




6 


1 


16 




1 


1 


11 


1 




1 


7 


3 


10 


2 


3 


1 


10 


2 


3 


1 


4 




1 


8 


9 


2 


1 


1 


4 


1 


G 




10 


11 


2 




4 




7 


4 


4 


1 


9 


ff 


9 



II 
1 
I 

4 



1 

81 
3 
2 

4 
1 

'"".9 
1 

120 
1 

— J 

6 
2 

1 



1 

1 

a 

E 

H 
1 

n 

17 

2 
4 
4 
4 
1 
1 
1 
1 



12 



7 

1 
1 

1 
3 



H 

® 

CD 

d 
•0 
m 

w 



H 

2 4 

1 00 

9 

* M 

■•■■ M 

- o 

■■;■ a 

1 ej 



TABLE XI 

SALARY RANGE OP SUPERVISORS, PRINCIPALS, AND TEACHERS 
PART 1— NUMBER WHOSE ANNUAL SALARIES RANGE FROM $100 TO $1,199 





$ioo$i09 1 


$200-$299 


$300-$39& 


$400~|49& 


$500-1599 


$600-1699 


$700-$799 


$800(899 


$900-$999 


$1000-$1199 


COUNTIBb 










































1934-1935 


3 

Is 


Of 


i 

§ 


i 


V 

13 


8 


a 

1 


o 


8 


■ 


1 


i 

■ 


« 

2 


■ 


m 
3 


6 

h 

■j. 


i 


a 

§ 

B 

K 


41 

3 


i 

Of 

SS 


Total State 


1 


ffgl 


riitii 


1U7 


060 


687 [ 1 


043| ; 


1,340 


224 i.i 


33 


1,242 


20 


i.oei 


32 


1.1 1H) 


11 


Alachua 




;::::::: 




70 




28| 




11 


36 


1 


71 




14 


1 


7 




ii 




15 











1 
15 


6 


e 

t 


""52 


1 


17 
21 


1 


21 
11 


1 


1 
1 




8 
8 









i 














H*t»*t« 


18 


4 


2 


1 




80 




17 




4 




1 




4 




















9 


1 


22 


t! 




33 


3 


4 




10 




28 




8 
















B 


2 


21 


8 


1 


31 


4 


11 


1 


14 




flfl 




10 




Calhoun 









12 


50 




'J0 
















2 








2 




Charlotte 




1 











2 


3 






9 


1 


6 




2 




1 





















11 






21 




14 




B 




1 




4 








Collier 













8 


2 


1 


10 


1 


!l 


1 


7 




8 




'J 


















1 


2 




1 




3 


1 


8 




8 




1 




1 




Columbia 








18 




26 


7 


4 


27 




23 




11 




6 




6 




2 





















27 




40 


58 


91 




2 


8 


1 


111 


1 


116 


1 


De Soto 










1 





2 


1 


83 


1 


8 




11 




5 








3 




Dixie 










2 


7 


5 


3 


7 




10 




4 




7 








2 




















166 


8, 


59 


49 


33 


32 


8 


72 


7 


129 


3 


322 


2 














28 


in 


47 


21 


14 


04 




45 




84 


1 


18 


1 


30 




Flagler 








7 






i 




1 









2 




I 












Fraoklln , 






i 


• 
78 




i 

26 







1 
10 


4 


13 
35 


2 
1 


7 
27 




2 
18 




7 




8 
2 


• l 


Gadsden 






Gilchrist I 








•! 






19 








6 








1 








1 












2 






1R 




4 




1 
















Golf 








el. 




7 




13 
























Hamilton 




22 




BE 3 




11 




9 




2 




IS 




6 




8 




1 














7 


51 




16 




15 




2 
























if 


2 


1 








1 




1 




18 





8 




7 











i 






8 




i 




26 


1 


1 


• 


2 










1 






lilgblnuds 












18 


1 


4 


1 3 




H 


1 


32 





327 





1 14 


1 


4 












6 


48 


:■ 


14 


74 


67 


.!.'. 


18 


248 


S 


1 


» 


46 


1 




....... 









8 


3 


K7 


2 


41 












4 








a 




Indian Klver 


.... 








1 






11 




1 


28 


1 






a 








l 




JackBon 








68 


3 


8 


44 


1 67 




84 




7 




6 


1 






6 




Jefferson 








63 




1 




1 


31 




14 




1 












8 




Lafayette - 




t 


2 




S 


2 


ia 




10 




18 
















1 




Lake . 













17 




82 






8 




42 




48 




n 




IB 




















13 


8 


7 






86 




SI 




ii 


i 


6 












6 




SO 


l 


22 




1 


10 


3 


31 




22 


1 


6 




24 




Lbtj 


........ 






U 




A 


4 


■ 




2S 






















Liberty „ 












16 


16 


1 


4 




7 






1 




a 




1 




Madison 






1 


66 


8 


4 


31 


3 


27 


1 


22 


1 






8 












Miinatce 












33 


24 


10 


32 


8 


& 


1 


68 




2 




i 


l 


5 












86 




42 




38 


10 


6 




28 




21 




10 


l 


i 

















8 










16 


1 


8 




! 










Monroe 
















1 


6 


6 


7 


24 


3 


4 




12 




2 




12 


1 










25 


8 


1 


6 


1 


2 




20 




12 




2 




1 "... 






Oknlooa* 









*-»*»+** 


1 


7 


68 


3 


38 












6 




























3 


16 




2 




6 




2 








1 




Orange , , 






1 




lo 


11 




48 


6 


10 


17 




68 




80 




67 




61 






, „ 


ItlltM* 


8 




i ... 


a 










38 




Hit 




12 






1 















8 




1 




48 




28 






14 




64 




122 












1 




ia 




2 




1" 








22 






























ia 


18 


1 


18 


1 


16 




4 


132 


ia 


207 


1 




1 


a 


3 


6 


1 


is 


a 


68 


10 


31 


60 


2 


67 


3 


106 


1 


122 




86 






, 








20 


10 


28 


8 


8 


lit 


2 


34 


3 


10 




8 


1 


2 














2 


1 


41 
12 


1 


11 1 


1 
8 


48 
6 




12 
17 


1 


n 


a 


i 


1 
1 












10 




l^anta Ro&a 








16 


68 


2 


88 


1 


13 




16 




4 
































18 






3 




IS 


1 


86 




14 




8 
6 

8 




Ketnlnnlr ,., 








3 




16 


2 


81 


5 


3 


26 


1 


87 




16 


........ 


10 




1 










2 


1 


12 




8 


44 


3 


26 


















Suwannee 












87 


34 




43 




11 


1 


11 




6 




2 




2 








i 




18 






6 




9 




10 




18 




in 
















7 




S 


16 






18 




6 








l 












Voluala 












2 




77 




28 


IS 


S 


61 




88 


a 


40 




44 


a 






16 


1 


■ 




1 


14 




10 


1 


7 




1 




1 








2 
1 




Walton 












• 


3* 


8 


as 


4 


38 


2 


8 




1 














8 




IB 


1 


2 


63 




33 




27 




2 











1 





oo 



s 



TABLE XI 

SALAKT RANGE OF SUPERVISORS, PRINCIPALS, AND THACHCBS 

PART J— NUMBER WHOSE ANNUAL SALARIES BANGS PBOM $1,200 TO $4,000 





$1200- 
$1S9B 


$1400- 

$1609 


$1600- 
$1799 


$1800- 
11999 


$2000- 
12499 


$2500. 1 
$2009 


$3000- 
$3400 


$3600- 1 
$3090 


14000- 


COUNTIES 
1934-1033 


| 
3 
* 


I 


» 
i 




1 

I 




■ 

i 


§ 

£ 
!5 


m 

a 




« 

■l 

I 


6 3 
1 | £ 


g 


8 

I 


if 
V. 


* 

*-> 


a 
1 


Total State 


907 


is || isa 


81 


06 





92 




81 


1 


20 


1 


B 




B 





i 




Baker 

Bay 


4 
1 

1 

1 

1 

S10 

14S 
2 
1 
1 
2 
1 
1 
2 
1 


l 
i 

1 

i. 

4 

i 


2 
1 

1 

1 

,""iio 

24 

1 

3 
1 

2 





1 
1 

2 

13 

i 

16 
5 

i 

2 
1 


"J"" 


1 

1 
1 

i 

i 

2T 

1 

""if 

1 

....... 

2 





2 

8 
2 

1 


1 

7 
2 



1 

""i 

2 




1 

8 
6 

i 




1 

1 

1 
l 




' 












Calhoun 




Cltrua 






Clay 




Dade 




De Soto 

Escambia 

Flugler 

Franklin 




Gadaden 

Ollchrtet 

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• The Superintendent of Collier County teaches hut Is not Included In above Bchedutc. 
•• 23 Cadets are Included in Duval County. 



BQ9 



DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 



TABLE XI! 

(a) COST OF SCHOOL PBOPEBTT; (b) NUMBER AND KINDS OF BUILDINGS, 

NUMBER OF BOOMS 

PABT 1 — WHITE 



COUNTIEB 

1834-1935 




SootflOL 
oBcS 



COST OF SCHOOL PROPERTY 



COST OF REAL PROPERTY 



oc>J 



UOf*K 



3*1 

osfcs 
ho™ 



5s* 



3 



Total State 



$74,235,182,70 W9.4S5.538.13H83,541.762.60|*1 1,093,434.88 1 351,846,827.72 



1 Alachua. 

2 Baker 

3 Bay 

4 Bradford 

5 Brevard 

8 Broward . . 

7 Calhoun 

8 Charlotte 

9 Citrus 

10 Clay 

11 Collier 

12 Columbia 

13 Dade 

14 De Soto 

15 Dixie 

18 Duval 

17 Escambia 

18 Flagler 

19 Franklin 

20 Gadaden 

21 Gilchrist 

22 Glades 

23 Gulf 

24 Hamilton 

25 Hardee 

28 Hendry 

27 Hcrnuudu 

28 Highland* 

29 Hillsborough 

30 11 ul in ■■» 

31 Indian River 

32 Jackson 

33 Jefferson 

34 Lafayette 

35 Lake 

38 Lee 

37 Leon 

38 Lory 

39 Liberty 

40 Madison 

41 Manatee 

42 Marion 

43 Martin 

44 Monroe 

45 Naaaau 

48 Okalooaa 

47 Okeechobee 

48 Orange 

49 Osceola 

50 Palm Beacb 

51 Pasco 

52 Plnellai 

53 Polk 

54 Putnam 

59 at Johns 

56 St. Lucie 

57 Santa Boaa . 

58 Sarasota 



81 Suwannee 

82 Taylor 

83 Union 

84 Voluala .... 

85 Wakulla 

86 Walton .... 

87 Washington 



1,137.614.31 
110,338.00 

285,430.00 

171,480.00 

1,205,700.00 

LS8USG-88 

190,845.00 
159.230.00 
249.898.00 

144,545.00 
91,821,24 
455,368.00 
S,914,00S.00| 
398,180.00 
97.545.00 
6,549,051.33 
1,390,500.00 
101.600.00 
247,973.00 
496,200.00 
126,212.00 
87,935.00 
77.455.00 
199,510.83 
475,500,00 
131,630.00 
IDS, 817.50 
862,420.00 
8,282,058,00 
a92,355.00 
461,180.00 
168.970.00 
175,920.00 
120,835.48 
1.724,155.00 
1,743,820.31 
504.880.00 
214,130.00 
70.801.75 
321.072.50 
1.1 HI. 090.00 
599,495.00 
352,200.31 
435,423.60 
245.340.00 
306,484.00 
203,200.00 
3,421,570.00 
523,040.00 
4,018,612.87 
448,806.00 
7,177,800.00 
3,447.747.00 
801,815.00 
821,285.00 
584,125.00 
463,575.00 
991.488.39 
1,029,490.00 
378,650.00 
389,190.00 
101,315.00 
77.828. 0O 
4,115.323.00 
173,425.00 
211,140.00 
148,883.001 



956,036.74 
102,438.00 
279,980.00[ 
162,725.00 

1.163,300.00 

1,495,577.21 

169.880.00 

156.250.00 

242,198.00 

135,050.00 | 

88,717.21 

399.331.00 

9,311,295.00 

394,750.00 

95.870.00 

5,854,331. 05 

1,275,770.00 

101,600.00 

237,033.00 

444,575.00 

125,697.00 

88,690.00 

72,770.00 

193,086.83 

475,500.00 

131.680.00 

101,242.50 

837.770.00 

7,959.500.00 

389,855.00 

449,300.00 

7O7.3OS.00 

170,425.00 

120.06ft.48 

1,842,925.00 

1,580,5711.58 

4S7.3S5.00 

209,050.00 

69.411.75 

299,507.50 

970,565.00 

495,920.00 

329.468.19 

398,807.00 

181,615.00 

301.134.00 

30i,loo,uo 

3,181,265.00 

483,100.00 

3,804.003.89 

441,545.00 

8,825,655.00 

3,256.025.00 

754,260.00 

688,485.00 

000,880.00 

461,995,00 

909.382.00 

907,800.00 

370,620.00 

365,350.00 

91,700.00 

78,978.00 

3,842.280.00 

HW.li30.IKi 

201.960,001 

144,490.001 



881,900.00 

88.700.00 

239,785.001 

140,300.00 
1.060,900.00 
1,418,000.00 
136,305.00 
128,550,00 
206,330.00 
110,000.00 
78,204.65 
350,875.00 
8.608,735.00 
370,400.00 
85,61. '..00 
5.338.158.77 
1,142,430.00 
BtvSOn.oo 
220,500.00 
401.400.00 
114,190.00 
80,275.00 
58,525.00 
172,290.00 
441.500.00 
115,350.00 
182,950.00 
082.2O0.0O 
7,886,550.00 
363.430.00 
388,400.00 
637.480.00 
150.575.00 
105,403.45 
1,500,750.00 
1,444,071.22 
411,480,00 
159,225.00 
58,400.00 
274,520.00 
865,250.00 
444,400.00 
304,669.48 
384,600.00 
151.383.00 
273,720.00 
188,000.00 
2,938,230.00 
429,000.00 
3,427,898.33 
397,500,00 
6,450,500.00 
2,930,809.00 
648,250.00 
648.700.00 
508.200.00 
429,515.00 
856.252.00 
828.000.00 
326.250.00 
292,540.00 
TO.1SO.00 
61.556.00 
3,466,600.00 
106,270.00 
189,345.00 
117,690.001 



174.200.00 
2,663. 00 
18,483.00 
11,600.00 
88.200.00 
223,000.00 
7.680.00 
8.800.00 
24,550.00 
18,200.00 
17,420.00 
83,275.00 
1, 882.785.00 - 
63.800.00 
2.480.00 
437.352.99 
97,150.00 
3.900.00 
20,500.00 
28.800.00 
2.140.00 
6,970.00 
1,825.00 
5,490.00 
27,000.00 
12,850.00 
17,250.00 
86,800.00 
1.820,450.00 
T.500. 00 
13,900.00 
26,780.00 
8,275.00 
2,083.45 
164,700.00 
353.500.12 
57,280.00 
7.475.00 
2,300.00 
14.650.00 
144,400.001 
22,200.001 
152,903.80 i 
88,800.001 
3,035.00 
22,170.00 
21,600.00 
794,000.00 
34,730.00 
1.142.783.63 
84,600.00 
1.027,300.00 
384,014.00 
89,700.00 
1 17.700.00 
lll.20o.oo 
13.915.001 
181,825.001 
83,000.00. 
23,850,001 
6.540.001 
11.600.00 
2.953.00 
605,650.00 
2,000.00 
13,890.00 
7,680.00 



707.700,00 

88,090.00 
221,300.00 
128,700.00 
882,700.00 
1,193.000.00 
158.82S.00 
119.750.00 
181,800.00 

90,800.00 

61,778.65 

317,600,00 

6,794,000.00 

306,800.00 

83,150.00 
4,901,803.78 
1,045.300.00 

65,400.00 
200.000.00 
i77.OO0.0O 
112.050.00 

53,300.00 

57,700.00 
166,600.00 
414,500.00 
102,300.00 
165,700.00 
515,900.00 
5,776,100.00 
355,930.00 
372,500.00 
610.700.00 
142.300.00 
103,338.00 
1,336,050.00 
1,090,571.10 
334,200.00 
151,750.00 

S6.050.00 
259.870.00 
720.800.00 
422,200.00 
151,765.79 
276,000.00 
148,350.00 
251,f.50.oii 
167,000.00 
2.144,230.00 
374,250.00 
2,284,910.00 
382,900.00 

. *tk • 

. sJMRoo 

t '387.000.00 

674,427.50 

743,000.00 

302,600.00 

286,000.00 

63,500.00 

58,600.00 

2.770.950.00 

154,275.00 

155,450.00 

108,810.00 



STATE SUPERINTENDENTS REPORT 



303 



TABLE XII 

(a) COST OF SCHOOL PROPS BTT : (b) NUMBER AND KINDS OF BUILDINGS, 

NUMBER OF BOOMS 

PAST 1— WHITE 



COST OF SCHOOL PROPERTY 



&*i 



COST OF EQUIPMENT 






PUBLIC SCHOOL BUILDINGS, 
NUMBER OF BOOMS 



Total No. 

Buildings 



1 






I 






85.883,776,08 14,281.995.01 



ll.O53.082.86 



J578.197.10l 1.487 



1,409 



2* 



788! 448 



241 11,788 



74.186.74 
13,683.00 
40.1 80. 00 
22,425.00 
04,400.00 
79,677.21 
23.675.00 
27,700.00 
35,848.00 
25,000.00 
9,612.58 
48,450.00 

664.580.00 
24,850.00 
10,250.00 

015,378.18 

133.320.00 
12.3O0.0O 
16.033.00 
43.175.00 
11,507.00 
6,416.00 
13,240.00 
20,790.83 
34,000.00 
16,480.00 
11,292.00 
.■0.070.00 

062.950.00 
26,525,00 
60,900.00 

ou.sa&oa 

1B.850.00 
14.652.03 

142.176.00 

136.409.86 
48,875.00 
49.820.00 
11,011.70 
24,087.60 

105,315.00 
61,520.00 
24,798.71 1 
35.207.OO I 
30.230.00 
27,414.00 
12.500.00 

103,050.00 
54,100.00 

376.306.16 
44,045.00 

3T5.166.0O 

326,106.00 

106.010.00 
39.785.00 
42,180.00 
32,480.00 

103, 130.001 
81.800.00 
44,873.00 
72,810.00 
16,615.00 
12,423.00 

375.680,00 
13.370.00 
32,635.00 
26,800.00 



51,612.02 
10,140.00 

30,175.00 
17,300.00 
72,200.00 
53,507.05 
16,430.00 
20,500.00 
26.813.00 
20,200.00 
6,452.59 
41,720.00 

5OO.820.0O 

10,750.00 

5,080.00 

010.373.18 
85,300.00 
10.100.00 
12.683.00 
82,100.00 
83*3.00 

3,960.00 
10,375.00 
12,889.00 
27.000.00 
11,080.00 
5,875.00 
88,550.00 

400,550.00 
19,485.00 
52,200.00 
47.100.00 
12.650.00 
9.297.60 
96,000.00 
92,038.49 
83.320.00 
27,050.00 
8.125.00 
14.420.00 
09,670.00 
33,000.00 
13,330.43 
23,100.00 
21,300.00 
17,412.00 
8,100.00 

187,800.00 
HO. 300.00 

212,885.15 
30.050,00 

'J2lt.int0.00 

2*3,829.00 
88,625.00 
27,100.00 
J : i. 20 0,00 
24.635.00 
88,955.00 
57.200.00 
83,800.00 
03.8OO.«i 
1 0.725.00 
10,611.00 

230,600.00 
10,660.00 
24,406.00 
22.105.00 



11,617.50 

1,093.00 

5,495.00 

2,900.00 

10,150.00 

18,070.58 

3,666.00 

6,700.00 

6,220.00 

2,245.00 

2.734.51 

2,870.00 

105,715.00 

8,000.00 

2,675.00 

2L695.00 

fioo.oo 

1.550.00 
7,125.00 
1.266.00 
1,420.00 
2,000.00 
4,963.00 
3,700.00 
2,000.00 
3,662.50 

10,955.00 

108,160.00 

8,535.00 

6,700.00 

12.280.00 
8,760.00 
2.112.50 

2B.260.00 

21.621.20 
6,800.00 
4.000.00 
1,601.75 
7,402.00 

tStS«0-00 
0,420.00 

10,382.01 
6,645.00 
4.880.00 
5,652.00 
2,000.00 

32,215.00 

15,025.00 

145.624.31 

8,545.00 

104,459.00 

42,630.00 
7,400.00 
5.850.00 
6,775.00 
4.430,00 

10,660.00 

16.750.00 
5,500.00 

1 1 .080.00 
2,880.00 
042.00 
108.850.00 
1.500.00 
6,180.00 
1,860.00 



11,007.22 

2,450.00 
4,525.00 
2,225.00 

12,050.00 
7,994.58 
3,480.00 
600.00 
4,015.00 
2,515.00 
1,325.40 
3,860.00 

48,026.00 
5,600.00 
2.550.00 

26.325.00 
1.6O0.00 
2,350.00 
3.950.00 
1,420.00 
1,036.00 
BTO.OC 
2,944.83 
3,800.00 
2,500.00 
1,765.00 
6,065.00 

54,240.00 
8,555.00 
3,000.00 

10,445.00 
3.450.00 
3.241.93 

16,915.00 

22,839.67 
5,750.00 

18,775.00 
1,225.00 
3,166.60 

13,280.00 
9,100.00 
1,086.27 
5,462.00 

4,050.00 

4,450.00 

1.000.00 

22,080.00 

8,775.00 

17.855.70 

5,450.00 

44.691.00 

38,607.00 

10.085.00 

6,835.00 

6,165.00 

3.415.00 

3,510.00 

7,860.00 

5,075.00 

7.430.00 

3,000.00 

970.00 

27,280.00 

1,225.00 

2,050.00 

2,835.00 



21 
13 
28 
11 
16 
15 
17 

8 
19 
14 


18 
160 
11 
14 
54 
40 



2 
19 

6 
11 

7 
16 
19 



12 

12 

101 

29 

7 
37 

8 
16 
37 
22 
10 
27 

6 
18 
39 
25 

4 
10 
16 
17 

7 
39 
10 
27 
20 
50 
07 
18 

7 

7 
25 
14 
14 
16 
30 
10 

6 
36 
12 
39 
32 



20 
13 
28 
11 
18 
15 
17 

8 
16 
14 

9 
19 
160 
10 
14 
54 
40 

4 

2 
19 

6 
10 

6 
16 
19 

5 

11 

12 

100 

28 

7 
37 

7 
15 
37 
21 
10 
24 

5 
16 
35 
25 

4 

6 
16 
17 

7 
38 
10 
25 
25 
50 
67 
17 

T 

7 
25 
13 
13 
16 
30 
10 

6 
36 
11 
39 
82 



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8 

8 

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11 

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109 

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19 

24 

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1 

26 

5 

14 

14 

6 

6 

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12 

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11 

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2 

IS 

9 

2 

14 

8 

1 

16 

3 

29 

11 

1 

2 

9 

6 

8 

4 

20 

I 

4 

11 

10 

36 

28 



2 


1 
13 




14 


6 




2 


1 


5 


2 


8 





8 
1 

35 

13 
1 
1 
7 
2 
1 
2 
8 

11 
4 
2 
4 

62 
6 
6 

11 
S 

B 
11 
4 
9 
1 
4 

14 
3 

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6 

4 

14 

8 

B 

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M 
2 
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8 



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4 

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7 

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7 



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2 



206 
58 

108 
78 

181 

202 
88 
87 
79 
58 
88 
94 

887 

96 

41 

1.106 

333 
81 
46 

144 
50 
24 
27 
72 

184 
42 
46 

IDS 
1,197 

168 
74 

223 
63 
66 

260 

170 

IDS 
97 
30 

102 

tat 

171 

88 

80 

67 

123 

45 

443 

90 

360 

88 

604 

670 

128 

108 

70 

145 

121 

155 

108 

117 

78 

41 

480 

46 

129 

116 



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2 
I 

4 
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7 
8 

9 

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11 
12 
13 
14 
16 
Ml 
17 
18 
18 
20 
21 

-•2 
23 
24 

20 

26 
27 
28 
28 
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81 
82 
88 
84 
35 
36 
37 

u 
B 

4 
41 
42 
43 
44 
46 
46 
47 
48 
48 

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01 
62 
53 
54 
05 
56 
67 
56 
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61 
62 



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304 DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION" 

TABLE XII 

(a) COST OF SCHOOL PEOPE8TT ; <b> NUMBER AND KINDS OF BUILDINGS, 

NUMBEB OF BOOMS 

FAST 2— NEGRO 





►J 

O 

JO 

S H 




COST OF SCHOOL PROPEBTX 






COST OF BEAL PBOPEHTY 


COST OF 


COUNTIES 


1 






a a 

O oj 

o a 


s 


1934- 1935 


oaf 




B 

a 






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s - & 

tied 




S 

1 


— a, 
S § 


1 


Total State 


»4,799,B24.57 


14,409,995.55 1$ 


33,650,539.05 


I389,629.02]| 3327,083.03 




181,577.57 


180,805,00 


10,605.00 


150,200.00 


20.772.571 iB.ono.no 




7.900.00 

5.450.00 


7,050.00 

4, 900.00 


700.00 
1,200.00 


6.350.00 
3,700.00 


S50.00 
550.00 


850.00 


Bay 


550.00 


Bradford .... 


8,755.00 


7,625.00 


1,625.00 


6,000.00 


1,130.00 


1,060.00 




50.400.00 


40.500.00 


3,450.00 


37,050.00 


9,900.00 


8,000 00 




90,808.67 
D65.00 


83,560.00 
735.00 


8,500.00 
35.00 


75.060.00 

700.00 


7,248.67 
230.00 


6,250.00 




200.00 


Charlotte 


2,970,00 


2,000.00 


500.00 


1,500.00 


870.00 


800.00 




7.495.00 


6,700.00 


700.00 


6,000.00 


7SSXK! 


690.00 


Clay 


0.495.00 

3.104.03 

56.035.00 


8,325.00 

3,000.00 

48,800.00 


873.00 

600.00 

3,950.00 


7.650.00 

2,400.00 

44,850.00 


1,170.00 
104.03 

7.235.00 


1,025.00 


Collier 


99.03 




8,375,00 


Dade 


602.760.00 


504,323.00 


142,095.00 


432,230,00 


38.435.00 


38,575.00 


De Soto 


1,410.00 








1,410.00 


1,860.00 


Dixie 


1,675.00 


850.00 


100.00 


sso.ee 


725.00 


t; 50.00 


Duval 


604,510.38 

114.730.00 


648,074.46 
103,750.00 


60,225.00 
12,250.00 


587,849.46 
91.500.00 


46.444.92 
10.980.00 


46,444.92 


Escambia 


7,200.00 


Flagler 


! 













Franklin 


10.940.00 


9,300.00 


1,300.00 


8,000.00 


1,640.00 


1.100.00 




51,623.00 


44,800.00 


1,800.00 


43,000-00 


6,825.00 


4.750.00 




515.00 
1,235.00 


510.00 
1,100.00 


10.00 

ioo.no 


500.00 
1,000.00 


5.00 
135.00 




Glade* 


15.00 


Gulf 


4,685.00 


4,250.00 


150.00 


4.100.00 


435.00 


400.00 




6,424.00 


6,090.00 


815.00 


5,275,00 


334.00 


315.00 


Hardee 







200.00 








Hendry 












1.875.00 




1,300.00 


1,000.00 


175.00 


160.00 


Highlands 

Hillsborough 


24.650.00 


22,500.00 


5,400.00 


17,100.00 


2,150.00 


1,530.00 


322,555.00 


302,750.00 


88,450.00 


214,300.00 


19,805.00 


15,675.00 




2,400.00 


2,200,00 


200.00 


2,000.00 


200.00 


200.00 




11,880.00 


8,900.00 


600.00 


9,300.00 


1,980.00 


1,700.00 




31.665.00 


28,160.00 


1,710.00 


26,450.00 


3.505.00 


3,130.00 




5,495.00 
580.00 


4,925.00 
530.00 


275.0O 
30.00 


4.850.00 
500.00 


570.00 

50.00 


515.00 


Lafayette ... 


50,00 


Lake 


81.230.00 


72,800.00 


8,650.00 


64,150.00 


8.430.00 


5.975.00 




163,249.93 


155,613.12 


31,887.85 


123;725.27 


7,836.81 


8,652.83 




137.545-00 


125,020.00 


7.735.00 


117.285.00i 


12,525.00 


11,725.00 


Le»y 


5.080.00 


4,080.00 


280.00 


3,800.00 


1,000.00 


1,000.00 


Liberty 


1,300.00 


1,125.00 


125.00 


1,000.00 


265.00 


263.00 


Msdiaon 


21.565.001 


20,490.00 


1,390.00 


19,100.00 


1,075.00 


850.00 


Manatee 


40.525.00j 


34,500.00 


5,000.00 


29,500.00 


6,025.00 


4,375.00 




103.S75.00 


96,860.00 


S, 660.00 


81,200.00 


8,715.00 


6,065.00 




22,732.32] 
35,616.60 


18,232.70 
33,101. eo 


7.643.40 
8,101.60 


U,589.30( 
25,000.001 


3,499.62 
2,515.00 


2,602.58 




1,830.00 




63,725.00 

4,850.00 

2,100.00 

290,285.00 

39, 9 40.00 1 


57,235.00 

3.880.00 

1,700.00 

283,635.00 

37,225.00 


1,685.00 

580.00 

200.00 

58,060-00 

725.00 


55,550.00 

3,300.00 

1,500.00, 

225,575.00 

36.500.001 


6,490.00 
470.00 
400.00 

6,650.00 

2,715.00 


5,475.00 




350.00 




400.00 




4,810.00 




1,840,00 


Palm Beach 


214.549.18 
7,260.00 


189,537.78 
6,250.00 


44,283.65 
700.00 


145,254.131 
3,550.00 


25,011.40 

1,010.00 


17,430.67 




950.00 


Pinellas 


352,195.00 


337,000.00 


124,500.00 


212,500.00 


15,195.00 


13,550.00 


Polk 


191,722.00 
47,355.00 


172,560.00 
42,975.00 


20,525.00 
17,975.00 


IS 2, 035.001 
25,000.001 


19,162.00 
4,380.00 


15,772.00 




3,050.00 




132,800,00[ 
33,745.00 


116,300.00 

29,100.00 


15,800.00 
10,100.00 


100,500.001] 
19,000.00] 


16,500.00 
4,645.00 


13,500.00 


St. Lncie 1 


3,195.00 




1,580.00 
32,105.89 


1.300.00 
29,905,80 


230.00 
6,000.00 


1.050.00 
23,905.89 


280.00 
2,200.00 


250.00 




2,000.00 




121,690.00 


110,750.00 


10,550.00 


100,200.00] 


10,940.00 


10,135.00 


Sumter 


8.025.00 


6,025.00 


825.00 


5.200.001 


2,000.00 


2,000.00 




23,840.00 


19,190.00 


1,080.00 


18,100.00 


4,650.00 


8,600.00 


Taylor 


9.550.00 


8,750.00 


250.00 


8,500.00 


800.00 


825.00 


Union ........ 


3.850.00 


3,250.00 


350.00 


2,900.00 1 


600.00 


600.00 




273,045.00 

• 3,775.00 

9,100.00 

4, 3D 5. 00 


246,525.00 
3,350,00 
7,610.00 
3,805.00 


18,725.00 
500.00 
270.00 
740.00 


227,800.00] 
2,800.00 
7,340.00 \ 
3,065.00 j 


26,520.00 

425.00 

1,550.00 

590.00 


20,570.00 


Wakulla 


426.00 




1.380.00 


Washington 


seo.00 



STATE SUPERINTENDENT'S REPORT 
TABLE XII 



305 



(a) COST OF SCHOOL PROPERTY : (b) NUMBER AND KINDS OP BUILDINGS, 

NUMBER OF BOOMS 

PABT 2— NEGRO 







PUBLIC SCHOOL 


BUILDINGS, 


NUMBER OF ROOMS 


EQUIPMENT 


Total No. 
Buildings 


a 

& 

ft) 


4) 

V 

n 


■ 

B 

a 
5 
O 


J 

It 






i 
2 

2 




s 

£ 

i 
a 

< 


% 
a 
f^ 


I 

I; 

o 

6 
Q 




COUNTIES 
1934-1935 


t 37,366.60 


$ 25,179.30 


1.005 


664 


341 


925 


39 


41 


2,582 


Total State 


775.00 


997.57 


49 

4 
4 
10 
8 
8 
9 
3 

! 

24 

68 
3 
8 

41 

24 
6 
5 

42 
3 
2 
5 

20 

2 
6 

8 

28 

2 

3 

47 
35 

3 

18 

5 

s 

20 
12 
44 
12 
48 

5 

2 
15 

7 

1 
18 

7 
16 
10 

8 
29 
20 
13 

4 
11 

3 
17 

9 
26 
10 

8 
26 
15 
10 
13 


46 

4 
4 
10 
7 
6 
3 
1 

5 


:t 


41 

4 

4 

10 

6 

3 

9 

3 

8 

6 

1 

23 

64 

2 

6 

31 

23 

6 

5 

41 

2 

2 

5 

20 

5 

2 

6 

6 

21 

2 

3 

43 

35 

3 

IS 

4 

44 

19 

12 

43 

12 

43 

5 

2 

14 

7 

1 

1H 

7 

18 

10 

2 

24 

19 

13 

4 

11 

3 

14 

9 

25 

10 

8 

20 

16 

10 

13 


1 


1 


112 

1 

17 

36 

36 

9 

6 

10 

11 

2 

61 

140 

11 

7 

258 

77 

6 

14 

82 

8 

2 

6 

26 

5 

2 

10 

19 

126 

4 

14 

89 

30 

4 

46 

20 

88 

30 

14 

58 

36 

117 

12 

20 

34 

9 

3 

74 

18 

83 

9 

49 

111 

46 

66 

21 

18 

15 

60 

20 

38 

23 

1° 
107 

20 

17 

29 


















Bay 


50.00 


20.00 
660.00 
470.00 






., Bradford 


1,250.00 


l 
2 
6 
2 

3 
1 

1 




2 
5 




528.67 






30.00 




_ Calhoun 


170.00 










76.00 


30.00 
25.00 

6.00 

530.00 

1,360.00 

50.00 






Cltroa 


120.00 






— Clay 

, Collier 


330.00 
3,500.00 


23 

68 




1 
4 
1 


~ Columbia 


3 
4 

10 

6 
3 

32 
2 
1 
3 

10 
6 
2 
6 
4 

10 


De Soto 


T5.00 


2 
41 

14 




DlJtle 






10 

1 






1,415.00 


2.366.00 












300.00 


240,00 

650.00 

5.00 

110.00 

35.00 


2 
10 
1 
1 
2 
10 








1,425.00 


1 


1 






Gilchrist 


10.00 




Glades 








Gulf 


19.00 
























25.00 




1 

4 

18 

2 

2 

29 

e 
l 

14 

4 

39 

12 
5 

10 
6 

41 
4 
1 
9 
5 
1 

18 
3 

10 
3 
8 

20 

15 
8 
4 
2 
2 

12 
8 

17 
2 
4 

21 
7 

10 

13 








420.00 


200.00 
2.130.00 




2,000.00 


7 








280.00 

125.00 

25.00 


1 
18 
29 

2 

4 
1 

! 

7 
34 
7 
7 
1 
1 
6 
2 




250 00 


1 

1 
1 
1 


3 
2 




30.00 








1,395.00 

asjso 


1,060.00 
661.48 
350.00 




4S0 BO 


l 














Liberty 


180.00 


95.00 

300.00 
150.00 

70.00 
560.00 
500.00 

20.00 


1 






1,350.00 




Manatee 


500 00 




5 




827 04 






325.00 








515 00 


1 






100.00 


,., Okaloosa 




1 

5 

4 


2 
3 

1 

1 
1 


Okeechobee 


980.00 


1,060.00 

200.00 

1,130.25 

970.00 
1,566.00 

625.00 
1,600.00 

700.00 

200.00 

810.00 




Orange 

Palm Bench 


679.M 

6,444.46 


4 
6 
7 

9 
5 

5 


60.00 




675.00 
1,825.00 


Pinellas 

Folk 


705.00 
1.400.00 




750.00 






St. Lucie 


30.00 


9 
1 
5 

1 
9 
8 
4 
5 
8 














Saraeota 


495.00 


3 


1 


Seminole 


850 00 


200.00 
75.00 


1 






100.00 








Union 


3,475.00 


2,475.00 




« 






Wakulla 


190.00 






















306 



DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 



TABLE XIII 

(a) ASSESSED VALUATION; (t» STATE TAXATION; (c) COUNTY 

MILLAGE 



COUNTIES 
1934-1&15 



ASSESSED 
VALUATION 

OP 
PROPERTY 



ONE MILL TAX 



Amount 

As>fSsi~i 



•Amount 
Collected 



Amount 
Appor 
tio 



oned 



8 
snrj 

OS 



Total State .... 11499,372,925.00 ]$499.372.98 



7,915.49 

1,158.20 
2,393.30 
1,578.88 

5,937.46 
5,652.14 

705.81 
1,654.41 
2.636.22 
1,514.47 
1,854.63 
8,140.70 

67.950.92 
2,511.19 
1,807.88 

67,051,29 

16,906.17 

1,539.37 

2,103.08 

2,909.78 

955.28 

1,824.15 

695.83 

1,703.63 

1,890.56 

980.92 

2,748.06 

4,099.12 

50,397.00 
1,177.90 
2,372.13 
3,604.78 
1,894,23 
625,77 

14.077.88 
47992.98 
5,641.58 
1,701.46 
543.44 
1,941.14 
0,217.94 
8,830.79 
2,298.36 
4,283.06 
2,837.84 
1,678.78 
1,247.75 

21,868.81 
4,207.75 

21,458.98 
4,292.<Ki 

24,842.90 

25,314.48 
4,021.181 
5,754.13 
3,438.42 
2,095.98 
8,025.40 
7,899.39 
2.405.35 
3.468.94 
2,869.24 
732,69 

18,090.84 

853.01 

2,4(M).40 

1,034.94 



$344,258.08 1 «307 .279.15 ft 



5,145.71 

790.86 

1,132.72 

867.43 

3,413.86 

2,613.91 

287.68 

821.01 

1,459.59 

867.73 

1,525.40 

2,385.84 

58,715.27 

1,100.98 

1,512.29 

56,449.47 

0,928.96 

731.34 

1,162.99 

2,365,41 

720.35 

403.35 

333.36 

993.89 

754.86 

436.89 

946.81 

2,112.13 

32,940.14 

716.85 

1,307.31 

2,385.94 

1,330.28 

340,31 

7,921.21 

2,722.85 

4,738.15 

1,399.41 

468.96 

1,677.47 

4,604.56 

5,673.91 

641.40 

795,77 

1,869.51 

TSSdM 

560.15 

15,959.10 

2,158.88 

15,458.92 

2,414.51 

17.092.78 

17,418.04 

2,714.17! 

4,571.72 

S55.34 

1.460.32 

3,848.98 

4.903.02 

1,247.75 

1,874.56 

2,049.21 

366.29 

13,802.33 

633.09 

1,576.32 

918.58 



Alachua 

Baker 

Bay 

Bradford 

Brevard 

Browurd 

Calhoun ....... 

Charlotte 

Citrus 

Clay 

Collier 

Columbia 

Dade 

DeSoto 

Dixie 

Duval 

Escambia 
Flagler 

Franklin 

Gadsden 

Gilchrist 

Glades ... 

•Gulf 

Hamilton 

Hardee 

Hendry 

Hernando 
Highlands 
Hillsborough 

Holmes 

Indian River 

Jackson 

Jefferson 

Lafayette 

Lake 

Lee 

Leon 

Levy 

Liberty 

Madison 

Manatee 

Marlon 

Martin 

Monroe 

Nassau 

Okaloosa 

Okeechobee .... 

Orange 

Osceola 

Palm Beach 

Pasco 

Pinellas 

Polk 

Putnam 

St. Johns .... 
St. Lucie . 
Santa Rosa . 

Sarasota 

Seminole 

Sumter 

Suwannee 

Taylor 

Union 

Volusia 

Wakulla 

Walton 

Washington .. 



7,915.486.1X1 
1,159,293.00 
2,393.356.00 
1,573.881.00 
5,937,457.00 
5,652.143.00 
705,810.00 
1,654,406.00 
2,636,218.00 
1.514,466.00 
1,854,631.00 
3;i49.698.00 

67,950,918.00 
2,511,180.00 
I, SO 7, 888.00 

67,051,291.00 

16.806.165.00 

1,539,373.00 

2,108,075.00 

2.909.770.00 

955;276.00 

1.824.154.00 

696,828,00 

1,703,634.00 

1,890,557.00 

980,919.00 

2,748,058.00 

4,099,116.00 

50,397,004.00 
1,177,902.00 
2.372,129.00 
3.604,778.00 
1,894,231.00 
625,765.00 

14,077,884.00 
4,992,878.00 
5,641,575,00 
1,701.460.00 
543,438.00 
1,841,135.00 
9,217,938.00 
9,830,791.00 
2.298,358.00' 
4:283.056.00' 
2,937,840.00 
1.678,777.00 
1,247,749.00 

21,868,814.00 
4,207 .T53.O0' 

21,458,976.00 
4,292,052.00 

24,842,094.00 

25,314,477.00 
4.021,185.0011 
5,754,132.00 
3,438.421.00 
2,095,979.00, 
8,025,492.00] 
7,899,390.00 
2,405,345.00] 
3.468,941.00 
2,868.241.00 
732,689.00^ 

18,090,840.001 

853.012.001 

2,409.402.00 

1,034,936.00 



10 
2 
8 
2 

4 
5 
2 
1 
1 
1 

4 
84 

2 

I 
35 
14 



2 
3 

1 
1 
2 

37 
5 
2 

10 
3 
1 
7 
4, 
6 
3 t 
1. 
I 
ft 
9. 
1, 
2 
2 
3 
1, 

13 
2 

12, 
3, 

16, 

21 
4, 
4, 
2 
5 
2 
I 

4 
3 
1 
12 
1 
4 
4 



,149.251 
,003.42] 
,604.92 
1.043.01 
,051.36 
,331.87 
,679.54 
,044.54 
,859.72 
,877.98 

806.54 
,769.41 
,185.15 
.377.24 
,625.61 
,125,71 
:, 209.69 

825.69 
,544.45 
,557.32 
,135.79 

741.25 

836,34 

.oo-i.r..- 
,280.00 
,034.23 
,637.50 
,925.00 
,060.31 
,006.84 
,026.29 
,502.57 
,528.97 
,411.68 
.538.49 
,254.90 
,915.37 
.636.41 
355.23 
,660,39 
,640.22 
,336.93 
22B.M 
.775.78 
.869.01 
,630.53 
069.90 
,327.62 
2-.--.0i', 
189.19 
344.83 
147.81 
,285.02 
,782.71 

&9M 

,520.35 
,077.53 
,961,99 
,573.45 
,393.44 
,810.69 
,344.68 
,588.87 
,083.26 
,830.10 
,397.78 
,214.41 



10 
10 
10 

10 
10 
10 
10 
10 
10 
10 
10 
10 

10 
10 
10 
10 
10 
10 
10 
10 
10 
10 
10 
10 
10 
10 
10 
10 
10 
10 
10 
10 
10 
10 
10 
10 
10 
10 
10 
10 
10 
10 
10 
10 
10 
10 
10 
10 
10 
10 
10 
10 
10 
10 
10 
10 
10 
10 
10 
10 
10 
10 
10 
10 
10 
10 



•In addition to the above amount, 172,302.89 was collected on Tax Re- 
demptions making the total collected J416.560.97. 



TABLE XIV 

RECAPITULATION 

(1) ALL RECEIPTS; <2> INVENTORIES; (3) CASH ON HAND AT BEGINNING OF YEAS 





RECEIPTS 


■ 

S<g£« 

Era 


a 

vtasto 


a3§ 


1634-1985 


State Sources 


■ 
■ 

§■5 

OCso 


8 

L. U 

08 

On 


if 

Iff 

o * * 


m 

a 
a 
■ 


if 

la 


COUNTIES 


State School 

Funds (Teach 
era' Salary 
fund) 


Coit of Free* 

Ti-xtbnoka 
Kurnlahed by 
the State 


Total Stat* 


t 5,467,924.70 


t 115,108.00 


*1 1,807,802.05 It 


|| 17,728.617,801111, 245,212,87 1118.07 


128,607,119.98 




189,688.48 

27,673.77 
49,015.71) 
36,880.22 
55.700.711 
73,384.62 
86,876.84 
14,378,40 
26.606.08 
25.847.48 
11,100.87 
65,648.60 

470,505.26 
32,718.89 
22,374.02 

483,460.06 

105.574.17 
1 1,384.38 
21,206.80 

104.014.78 
10,632.6(1 
10,203.09 
11.610.96 
85,847.80 
44,406.70 


4.181.30 

710.19 

2,060.20 

1,205.01 

600.72 

327.74 

1,029.17 

208. tn 

472.04 

308.06 

02.35 

1,650.47 

0.082.35 

270.ii.-. 

788.42 

fl.630.7fl 

5,714.44 

265.78 

501.41 

6,889.58 

77.21 

331.42 

281.74 

841.18 

250.08 


166,083.40 
30,954.50 

32,334.50 

36,855.53 

123,628.71 

185,134.08 

22,361.02 

25,140.47 

58.741.30 

36,140.53 

I 38,225.00 

60,666.75 

1.840,824.23 

32,470.47 

28.665.87 

1.174,165.83 

280,114.05 

26,268.23 

56,000.83 

86.116.57 

| 27,165.51 

19.171.49 

15,163.78 

27,854.34 

18,534.92 


7,678.28 
2,662.68 

4,080,75 
768.25 

1,231.50 

4,476.50 

4,204.00 

001.78 

034.14 

38.47 

012.65 

3,261.07 
65,777.00 

5,400.05 

403.72 

15,920.83 

8,040.76 

1,432.60 
6.368.07 
2.669.50 


347,681.43 
61,801.14 

88,621,24 
75,330.01 

180.211.03 

263.323.14 
64,664.03 
40,690.81 
86,343.47 
61,385.17 
50,831.17 

131,202.30 

2.365,180.74 

70,874.46 

50,210.53 

1,680,167.31 

487.444.31 
37.658.37 
82,281.60 

203,282.98 
45.544.78 
29,705.00 
36,686.48 
78.410.71 
77,419.29 


03,540.08 


400,181.40 
61,891.14 
80.173.46 
08.041.20 

180,212.63 

263,323.14 
87,708.75 
46.160.00 
80.120.08 
86,810.17 
50,886.41 

106,074.64 

2,508,880.00 

71,474.46 

66,098.01 

1.813,077.31 

502,603.14 
36,160.81 

106.463.31 

207,451.88 
66.016.23 
28,710.00 
27,011.26 
77,825.71 
84,473.83 


241.76 
62.80 


85,141.25 

16,761 .20 
11,010.78 

7,600.20 
41.786.77 
01.007.48 

4,060.15 
11.383.11 
33,003.13 

8.170.71 

12.563.01 

15,711.74 

558,061.23 

2o.69s.ea 

28.353.03 

266,865.67 

27,576.31 

4,382.14 

27,995.80 

19.806.77 

14,012.74 

6,847.84 

6,038.83 

6,084.63 

13,178.37 


485,51!! .41 
78,714 73 


Baker 




002.22 

23,705.16 

1.00 

23^234.72 

5,464.10 

3,782.61 

20,225.00 

358.24 

64,872.55 

203,640.20 

800. 0O 

5,887.48 

132,010.00 

18.I5N.83 

1.162.44 

23,211.32 

4.186.00 

'.1.17 1 4". 

5.00 

54.78 

3.81G.00 

7,054.34 


1110.780.24 


Bradford 

Brevard 

Broward 


1,102.60 
2,401.83 

2ii;b2 

'""titM 

T80ii4 

283.02 

320.12 

3,183.41 

1,047.47 

802.48 


100,710.40 

223,165.30 

327,632.40 

61,888.00 

07,643.11 

122,830.23 

04,786.88 

63,323.08 

211,786.68 

3.155,651.37 

82.453.13 


Calhoun 

Charlotte 

ClnT 

Columbia 

Dade 

De Soto 


Dtale 

Dwral 


83,776.18 

2,083,126 36 

532,126.62 

43,532.85 

133,486.20 

237.064.28 

68.028.87 

36,567.84 

32,036.06 


Flagler 

Gadsden .. 

Gllcbrlat „ 

Glade* 

Gulf 


Hamilton 


8,867.50 
14,178.60 


500.00 


88.880.34 
07,653.00 



a 

H 

> 
SB 

K 

w 

1 

o 

*4 



f 

a 



CO 

d 
o 

H 

3 

'A 



Hendry ,._. 

Hernando 

Highlands 

Hillsborough .... 

Holmes 

Indian River .... 

Jackson 

Jefferaon 

Lufayette 

Lake 

Lee 

Leon 

Levy 

Liberty 

Madison 

Manatee 

Marlon 

Martin 

Monroe 

Nassau 

Okaloosa 

Okeechobee 

Orange .„..,. 

Osceola 

Palm Beach .... 

Pasco 

Pinellas 

Polk 

Putnam 

Bt. Johna 

Bt. Lucie 

Santa Host .. >.. 

Sarasota ..... 

Semlnoli" 

Sumter 

Suwannee 

Taylor 

I.'nion 

Volusia 

Wakulla 

Walton 

Washington .... 



14,234.20 
22.S37.7S 
40,258.12 

S10.07T.14 

es.an.28 

27,888.75 

144.S51.4S 
48,570.18 
10,429.58 

108.755.47 
58.S62.1S 
95,179.23 
50,049.00 
18. 052. GO 
64,142.83 
91,302.50 

128,508.38 
10,872.80 
38,204.27 
39,496.67 
49,968.50 
14,725.58 

183,433.72 
31.037.1S 

167,765.18 
46,030.24 

222,249.43 

292.954.8e 
65,138.46 
59,685.62 
34.888.74 
69,884.18 
40,767.08 
76,709.77 
46,705.28 
66.211.69 
46,084.30 
21,861,28 

168,307.14 
25,188.85 
60.528.44 
58,004,80 



223.85 

267.18 

863.13 

12,635.91 

2,489.67 

580.66 

2,354,58 

2,174.22 

452.03 

1,743.80 

563.71 

1,518.75 

BMJS2 

537.75 

2,740.75 

8.6M.M 

5,231.38 

166.81 

ij«s.e9 

1,285.77 

2,143.35 
288.03 

2,879.17 
482.60 

3.826.53 
447.92 

2, 2 14. 45 

2.903.25 

ssa.ea 

2.752.12 
572.71 
857.85 
056.40 
379.80 

1,005.44 
404.24 

1,074.06 
110.74 

1,709.02 
791.26 
304.38 



18,717.89 


7,757.05 


40,032.49 


2,000.00 


42,932.49 


25,765.12 


1.00 


48,571.06 


10,200.00 


58.771.08 


87,246.54 


2,119.75 


130,488.54 


2,679.67 


138,166.21 


1,209.008,39 


15,793.31 


1,807,574.75 


4,220.83 


1,811.795,58 


47,910.92 


16,022.26 


135,314.13 


54,686.99 


190,000.12 


59,884.13 
115,609.12 


1,337.00 


89,870.54 




89,870.54 
277,147.72 


12,316.70 


274,831.81 


2,315.91 


45,107.34 


2,890.00 


98,741.75| 


1 


98,741.75 


20,776.84 


649.00 


41,307.45 


14,000.00 


55,307.45 


297.362.48 


8,053.78 


405.015.54 


8.116.76 


414,032.30 


183,711.16 


978.SO 


223,812,55 


18,743.73 


2377556,28 


132,142.55 


2,200.00 


231,040,53 


27,102.16 


258,232.69 


64,336.21 


8,91 7. 09 


124,170.42 


82.50 


124.202.92 


32,285.40 


3,583.25 


55,059.60 


138.00 


55.197.00 


52,554.41 


214.67 


119,662.68 


2,255.20 


121,007.88 


150,106.02 


13,251.37 


258,345.52 


68,538.97 


826.884.49 


158,189.20 




291,928.98 


17,311.45 


309,240.41 


28,790.13 


3,072.60 


48,902.33 


16,360.00 


64,252.33 


24,883.63 


40.78 


64,392.37 


10,450.00 


74,842.37 


50.045.30 


100.00 


60,920.74 


397.36 


91,324.10 


32,097.07 


12,811.03 


97,010,95 


39,387.65 


186,407.60 


15,913.44 


135.50 


31,062.55 


1,682.91 


32,745.46' 


578,703.45 


6,360.86 


768.377,20 


1,000.50 


769,377.70 


58,895.98 


6.679.87 


95,595.60 


1 


95,595.60' 


714,891.81 


3,217.74 


889.701.26 


45,155.87 


984.857.13 


83,258.32 




129,742 48 


268 55 


180,011.03 
1.107, 029.68 


745,929.14 


8,424. 14 


976,817.16 


130,212.52 


770,116.01 


389.45 


1,068,428.60 


82,034.33 


1,148,457.93 


104,578.79 


6,198.23 


176,468.40 


2,324.33 


178.790.73 


141,719.77 


3,825.18 


207,782.67 


247.08 


208,030.65 


33,592.07 


7,312.19 


76,165.71 


18.792.66 


04.958.37 


57,454.74 


9,034.35 


136,931.12 


4,553.09 


141,484.21 


150.2*2.40 


241.35 


182.247.29 


13.683.04 


205,930.33 


180,271.70 


3.452.50 


260,813.77 


10,180.60 


270,994.37 


51,877.39 


550.00 


100,138.11 




100,138.11 


57,118.38 


1,520.00 


125,254.81 


1,389.11 


126.643.42 


58,818.01 


150.00 


101,076.37 


3,462.01 


104,538.38 


7,075.28 




28,047.27 


128.12 


29,175,39 


542,590.22 


8,967.81 


714,653.89 


12,537.75 


727,191.44 


22,462.96 


3,789.50 


52.232.87 


1,821.32 


54,053.69 


45,055.67 


10.789.57 


116,678.08 




118.678.06 


81,298.77 


757.92 


92.131.10 


15,706.40 


107.837.50 





8,600.88 


46,632.88 




428.10 


8.647.16 


67,241.32 




489.73 


16,676.79 


160.342.73 




85.23 


331,232.87 


2,143,063,68 






12,104.49 


202,104.61 






7,956.77 


97,627.31 




398.49 


67,843.91 


346.388.12 




1 


38,855.011 


137,590.76 







5,705.77 


61.013.22 







124,949.25 


538.981 .55 


00 


1.200.90 


80,885.54 


269.642.72 


-i 




27,123.98 


285,358.87 


f 


147.28 


40,795.13 


165,145.33 


3 


780.38 


12,419.30 


68,888.77 


m 


...„. 


34,017.70 


155,925.58 


i 




90,743.14 


417,827.63 


725.68 


108,012.77 


•417,978.86 




6,141.09 


70,393.42 


23.83 


15,908.45 


90,772.85 




162.66 


5,377.13 


96,863.89 




13,852.24 


150,259.84 


V 




2,920.35 


85,865.81 


H 


54,74 


202,067.68 


671,500.02 


W 




7,379.85 
11,227.40 


102,975.25 


7 


2,810.84 


948,895.37 


d 


305.77 


61,048.51 


182,265.31 


a 


828,36' 323,142.36 


1,430,800.40 


S 


1,655.96 


291,301,85 


1,441,415.74 


H 




23,770.46 


202,861.21 
245,068 05 


'/. 




37,038.30 




4,511.13 


99,489.50 


n 




28,238.87 


••113,250,84 


M 


84.62 


04,109.04 


270,123.99 


g 


236.00 


48,845.31 


:t2«.0T6.«a 


C 




18,228.04 


118,366.15 


Ui 




38.710.06 


163,353.48 


I-! 




13,881.911 


118,420.29 




ueie'sir 


6,730.90 


37,906.28 




118,733.22 


847,641.03 




200.09 


11,788.06 


66,039,84 




743.75 


28,220.85 


146,642.66 






25,250.13 


1 33.087.68 


i: 



•In addition to this amount 81,904.89 was paid for Incidental expenses by the State Department of Public Instruction 
••Overdraft. 



§ 



TABLE XV 

REVENUE RECEIPTS 

PART 1— STATE SOURCES 



g 



1934-1935 
BOUNTIES 



STATE SOURCES 




STATE SCHOOL FUNDS 



•J- 

Jb05S 



I 



§ 8 

I 4.9 

isl 



a 




u 






OS . 



d 



O 



— 

o 

M 

5! 

GO 

to 
5 

q 

H 

M 



Total State II 6,583,122,791]$ 5,4 117, 024. 79 [|j 397,279.15!$ 123,228.031 I 4,381.«Ca.ri3|t fiii2,39B.68|t 3,349.40|[| 115,198.00 



Alachua 
Baker ... 

Bay 

Bradford 
Brevard . 
Broward 
Calhoun 
Charlotte 
Citrus .... 

Clay 

Collier .... 
Columbia 

Dade 

Oft Soto . 

Diile 

Duval 

Escambia 

Flagler 

Franklin 

Cadaden 

Gllchrlat 

Gladea .... 

Culf 

Hamilton 



143.809.79 
28,283.06 
51,705.99 
87,684.23 
56,851.42 
78,712.80 
37,900.01 
14,844.56 
26,067.97 
28,216.17 
11.103.22 
67,293,97 

470,587.61 
32,094.94 
23,142.44 

490,080.85 

201,288.81 
11,660.14 
21,848.21 

110,001.34 
16,709.77 
10,533.51 
11,792.70 
36,688.87 



139,088.49 
27,573,77 
49,615.79 
38,389.22 
55,760.70 
73,384.92 
36,879.84 
14,876.40 
25.69S.93 
25.847.48 
11.100.87 
65,643.50 

470,505.26 
82,718.89 
22,374.02 

483,450.09 

195,674.17 
11,364.36 
21,256.80 

104,014.76 
15,832.58 
10,202.00 
11,610.96 
85,847.69 



ill, 149.1!.-) 
2,003.42 
3,804,02 
2,6*8.93 
4,051.36 
:,.:t:n.N7 
2,079.54 
1.044.64 
1,859.72 
1,877.98 
806.54 
4.7H0.41 

34,185.15 
2,377.24 
1,625.61 

35,125.71 

14,209.69 

825.69 

1,544.45 

7,557.32 

1,186.79 

741.25 

836.34 

2,604.55 



3,148.10 

821.41 

1,118.15 

820.09 
1.250.(54 

i.nr.a.83 

S31.15 
323.99 
576.84 
582.49 
250.17 
1,478.37 

10,603.55 
737.36 
504.24 

10,895.30 
4.407.50 
258.11 
47SMI!) 
2,344.16 
352.31 
229.92 
259.42 
807.87 



111,938.00 
22,095.96 
89,759.13 
29,180.15 
44,683.31 
58,806.31 
29,553.31 
11,620.39 
20,511.05 
20,712.60 

8,895.59 

52,802.79 

377,034.86 

26,218.96 

17,929.20 

887,40H.()2| 

150,721.46 

9,106.72 
17.033.93 
83,361.20 
12,527.01 

8,175.34 

9,224.19 
28,720.23 



14,307.57 
2,836.09 
5,103.20 
3,742.78 
5,735.28 
7,547.98 
3,793.25 
1,478.67 
2.632.64 
2,658.62 
1.141,77 
6,751.72 

48,393.49 
3,365.29 
2.301.26f 

49,724.92 

20*113.66 
1,168.88 
2,186.35 

10,898.87 
1,607.87 
1,048.33 
1,183.96 
3,687.08 



85.57 
16.89 
80.89 
22.29 
34.16 
44.95 
22.59 
8.81 
15.68 
15.88 
6.80 
40.21 
288.21 
20.04 
13.71 

290. 14 

119.80 

6.96 

13.02 

83.71 

9.58 

6.25 

7.05 

21.96 



4,181.30 

710.11) 

2,(190.20 

1,295.01 

590.72 

327.74 

1,029.17 

268.18 

472.04 

868.69 

92.35 

1,650.47 

0,082.35 

270.05 

768.42 

6,630.70 

5,714.44 

295.78 

591.41 

6,889.58 

77.21 

331.42 

2HI.74 

841.18 



Hardee 

Hendry 

Hernando 
Highlands 
Hillsborough 

Holmes 

Indian River 

Jackson 

Jefferijon 

Lafayette 

Lake 

Lee 

Leon 

Lery 

Liberty 

MndlBon 

Manatee 

Marlon 

Martin 

Monroe 

Nassnii 

Okaloosa 

Okeechobee 

Orange 

Osceola 

Palm Beach 

Pasco 

Pinellas 

Polk 

Putnam — 
St. Johns ... 
St. Luc If 
Santa Itowi 
Barasotn 
Seminole 

Sumter 

Suwannee 

Taylor ..... 

Union 

Volusia 

Wakulla 

Walton 



44,705,87 
14.458.05 
£2.804.04 
4l.120.2G 

522,713. Ofi 
71,380.85 
28,440.41 

14 8. 005.80 
BO".744.41 
10,881.61 

105,480.33 
60.125.80 
80,(107. OR 
50,017.12 
18.190.44 
66,883.60 
84.988.13 

133,739.76 
17,030.70 
88.407.96 
40.781.44 
52.111.85 
1JV.013.fi] 

186,312,89 
31,510.75 

171,501.71 
48.484. 16 

224,463.88 

295,818,14 
65,601.38 
82.437,74 
35.201.45 
70.442,03 
41.723.48 
77.1180.57 
47.710.72 
66.615.93 
47,108.38 
21.872.02 

168.106.10 
25.070.91 
00,832.82 
60.074.41 



44,455.79 

14,234.20 
22,537,78 
40,258.12 

510,077.14 
68.91 1.28 
27,888.75 

144,551,46 
48,570,19 
10,429.58 

103,755.47 
58,562.18 
95,179.33 
50,040.80 
18,652.69 
64,142.80 
91,392.50 

128.60S.3B 
18,872.89 
38,204.27 
30,495.07 
49.968.50 
14,725.58 

183,433.72 
31,037.15 

107,785,18 
48,036.24 

222,240.43 

21)2,954,89 
65,138.40 
58.685.82 
34,688.74 
69,884.18 
40,767.08 
78,709,77 
46,705.28 
86.211.00 
46.034.30 
21.881.28 

166,807.14 
25,188.65 
60.528.44 
58,004.80 



3.230 .00 


1,001.91 


1,034.23 


320,78 


1,637.50 


507.92 


2,025.00 


907.28 


37,060.31 


11,485.37 


5,006,84 


1,553.01 


2,028.20 


628.52 


10,502.57 


3,267.70 


3,528.97 


1 ,084.62 


1,411.68 


487.88 


7,538.49 


2,338.29 


4,254.90 


1,818.81 


6.015.37 


2,145.02 


3,036.41 


1,127,93 


1,355.23 


420.37 


4,060.38 


1,445.57 


6,840.22 


2,059.65 


9,330.93 


2,896.13 


1,225.93 


880.25 


2,775.78 


sn i .tin 


2,869.61 


son. (io 


3,030.53 


1,128.11 


1.069.00 


331.86 


13.327.62 


4,133.95 


2,255.05 


099.48 


12,188.18 


3,780.84 


3,344.83 


1,037.49 


16,147.81 


5.008.73 


21 .285.02 


6,602.18 


4.732,71 


1,408,01 


4,336.54 


1,345.09 


2.520.35 


781.77 


5,077.53 


1,574.95 


2,061.09 


918.75 


5.573.45 


1.728.77 


3.393.44 


1,052.87 


4,810,69 


1,492.19 


3,344,68 


1,037.45 


1,588.37 


492.88 


12,088.26 


3,747.98 


l ,880, 1 


587.88 


4.307.78 


1.364.12 


4,214.41 


1,807.23 



35,624.18 
11,406.43 
18,000.40 
32,260.46 

408,745.38 
55.221.39 
22,348.38 

115,834.89 
38,921.20 
15,569.70 
83,143.42 
46,928.24 
76,270,94 
40,106.78 
14,947.18 
51,400.24 
73,230.53 

102.978.95 
13.520.93 
30.614.01 
31.649.48 
40,041.78 
11,800.20 

1 48,992.85 
24,871.31 

134,437.01 
36,890.70 

178,097.43 

234,756.57 
52,198.07 
47,828.00 
27.797.48 
56,001.01 
32,668.28 
61,470.63 
87,426.81 
58,058.08 
36,869.14 
17,518.32 

133.268.02 
20,184.71 
48.503.84 
46,481.87 



4,572.47 


27.23 


250.08 




1,464.04 


8.72 


223.85 




2.318.10 


13.80 


287.16 




4,140.72 


24.66 


862.13 




52,463.83 


312.45 


12,635.81 




7,087.83 


42.21 


2,489.07 




2.888.48 


17.08 


560.66 




14.867.75 


88.55 


8,8*4.88 




4,905.65 


29.75 


2,174.22 




I.WIH.42 


11.90 


452.03 




10,671.71 


83.56 


1,743.88 


H 


6,023.36 


35.87 


583.71 


> 


9,789.60 


58.30 


1,518.78 


H 


5,147.82 


30.06 


807.52 


M 


1,918.50 


11.43 


587.78 




6,597.36 


39.29 


2,740.75 


UJ 


9.400.12 


55.98 


3.5t5.63 




13.217.85 


78.72 


5,231.38 


"J 
W 


1,735.44 


10.34 


166.81 


rt.!(20.4H 


23.40 


1.263.69 


4,062.30 


24.18 


1,285.77 


s 


5.139.47 


30.61 


2,143,35 


H 


1.514.00 


9.02 


288.03 


PI 


18,866.94 


112.36 


2,879.17 


V, 


3,192,30 


19.01 


482.60 


I7I 


17,255.37 


102.77 


3,820.53 


M 


4,735.02 


28.20 


447.92 


w 


22,859.32 


136.14 


2,214.45 


H 


30,131.67 


179.45 


2,983.25 


Vi 


S.6M.77 


38.90 


3 52.1)2 


6,138.83 


30.56 


2,752.12 


T, 


3,567.89 


21.25 


572.71 


M 


7,187,88 


42.81 


557.85 


t 


4,193.09 


24.97 


056.40 


O 


7,889.93 


40.98 


379.80 


B 


4,803.85 


28.61 


1,008.44 


H 


6.810.17 


40.56 


404.24 




4,734.83 


28.20 


1,074.00 




2.248,52 


IS.S8 


110.74 




17,105.41 


101.87 


1,799.02 




2.590.70 


15.43 


791,20 




08(1.63 


37.08 


304.38 


<& 


5,906.05 


35.53 


2,069.52 


£4 



•la addition to this amount (1,904.89 was paid Tor Incidental cxpennes hy the Stat* Department of Public Instruction. 



TABLE XV 

REVENUE RECEIPTS 

I'ART 2— COUNTY AND DISTRICT SOURCES 









COUNTY AND DIBTRICT 


SOURCES 






1934-1985 
COUNTIES 


TOTAL 
COUNTY 

AND 
DISTRICT 
SOURCES 


Tinea, Collector, and Comptroller 


Tai Redemption! 




General 
Fund 


District 
Fun da 


Internal 

and 
Sinking 
Funda 


Ueuerat 
Fund 


nut net 

Fundi 


Intereit 

and 
Sinking 
Fundi 


Total Stale 


111, 807.802.95 ilt 


f 2,801,344.82 


f 3,202.724.551 


1 820,850 .67 


1 958,619.89 


t 732,586.01 




196,088.40 

80,854.50 

33,334.90 

38,806.93 

122.828.71 

185.134.68 

22,861,02 

28,146.47 

58,741.38 

85,140.53 

38,225.00 

60,656.75 

1,849,824.23 

32,470.47 

20,805.37 

1.174,166.83 

380,114.99 

28.398.28 

59,000.83 

86,115.57 

27,105.51 

19.171.49 

15.163.78 

27,834.34 


06,629.97 

7,012.26 

11,743.09 

9,886.18 

84,369.35 

30,742.81 

4.361.60 

8,169.27 

MUOfl.95 

ll,Ulh.47 

15,256.21 

23,719.71 

429.403.27 

10,200.11.". 

16,367.67 

557,876.13 

1114 095.01 

11,000.07 

12,147.08 

2l.Ht4.fl.-i 

7.203.88 

3.117.52 

3,000.00 

10,856.61 


62,864.29 
8,084,80 
9,016,02 
8,772.22 

34,389.59 

30.710.59 
3,798.71) 
7,703.87 
0,922.72 
9.917.01 

10,008.24 

20.550.01 
571,260.37 

10.707.61 

9,118.34 

178,990.36 

56,388.70 

10,986.79 

8,493.15 

18,786.26 
4,833.75 
4,068.88 
1,927.95 
4,528.23 


41,602,58 

6,220.97 

8,141.95 

8,764.15 

26.843. HI 

66,614.57 

7,495,15 

341.37 

8.378.76 

2,417.59 

9.80 

6,086.19 

564,481.21 

3,851.00 

1,573.30 

323.325.23 

63,748.77 

2,717.97 

15,685.82 

81,383.77 

S.583.70 

811.52 

2,887.42 

6,228.45 


12.187.80 

010.5(1 

3,875.89 

1,128.68 

8,141.74 

18,116.01 

1,063.01 

1,334.48 

1,785.31 

1,812.90 

8,468.77 

2,277.14 

64,237.22 

4,028.87 

290.09 

40.034.28 

13.906.94 

747.74 

7,428.12 

1,151.95 

1,087.72 

964.97 

510.19 

1,231.79 


12,935.09 

036.82 

2,889,48 

1.120.13 

9,463.37 

18,093.88 

B8S.M 

741.27 

1.388.87 

1.7ST.09 

2,233.50 

2,175.64 

81,081.86 

2.408.81 

274.03 

18,766.93 

6,176.44 

611.69 

5,837.33 

1,391.33 

814.84) 

941.57 

194.51 

888.37 


12,048.88 


Biker 

Baj 

Bradford 


858.43 

1,380.60 

933.19 


Brevard 


9,907.86 

11.288.13 




686.89 


1 Ij-'Vli.lti- 


109.93 


Collier 


916.69 
416.16 

150.02 


Columbia 


mii.imI 
100.127.45 


De Soto 

Dllle 


1,947.23 

7 38 

32.1621)2 




9.068.86 


Flagler 

Franklin , 


211.47 
8.410.78 




1,450.01 


Ullchrlat 


864.88 


Gladea 

Gulf 


171.86 
109.11 




1,144.59 



2 

(S 



1 

o 

s 

c 

00 

i 
1 

o 

•A 



Hardee ........ 

Hendry 

Hernando ... 
II IkIi lands ... 
Hillsborough 

Holmes 

Indian River 

Jackson 

Jefferson 

I.:ifu_v..ttr- 

Lake 

Lea 

Lena 

Lery 

Liberty 

Madison 

Manatee ... , 

Marlon ., 

Martin 

Monroe .. 

Naseau 

Okaloosa 

Okeechobee . 

Orange 

Osceola 

Palm Boa eh 

Pasco ... 

Plnella* 

Polk „ 

Putnam 

St. Johns 

St. Lucie .... 
Santa Rosa 

Sara rota 

Seminole 

Sumter 

Suwannee ... 

Taylor 

Union 

Volusia 

Wakulla 

Walton 

Washington 



1 ft, S34.ua 
18,717.39 
2S.705.12 
87,240.54 
1,28U,068.39 
47,910.92 
89,884.13 

11s.e09.12 

46,107.34 

20,776.84 

297,882.48 

163,711.16 

182,142.56 

84,836.21 

82,285,40 

52,554.41 

150,108.02 

158,189.20 

28.TB0.13 

24,883.03 

50,045,30 

82,097.07 

15,918.44 

878,703.45 

58,385.9ft 

714.891.81 

887258.32 

745,629.14 

770,116.01 

104,576.79 

141,719.77 

38,592.07 

57,454.74 

150,282.46 

180,271.70 

51.877.30 

57.118,38 

53.ftlK.oi 

7,075.25 

842,500.22 

22,482.96 

45.055.87 

81,298.77 



6,434.02 

4,468.80 

B.080.74 

21,856.20 

837,441.37 

7,204^44 
18,773.25 
24,945.42 
14,417.90 

8,452.72 
77,799.02 
27.178.87 
47,262.00 
14.032.23 

4,005.62* 
17,045.98 
47.100.45 
80,018.78 

9,767.52 

7,762.47 
18,112.05 

5,058.98 

6.883.35 

155,299.43 

19,940.08 

184,597.45 

25,345.24 

169,824.40 

151.239,56 

30,728.67 

53,365.41 

11,292.90 

9,730.10 
40,220.62 
52.900.93 

9.802.59 
20,298.15 
19.487.38 

4,081.24 
144,427.58 

5.52243 
15.8S9.72 

8,540.76 



7,541.44 

4,465.58 

8, 684. 8 ft 

21,436.7ft 

315.732.39 

7,044.86 

12,709.80 

23,482.06 

11,530.84 

2,671.87 

62,992.28 

27,182.56 

31,803.75 

14,323^6 

4,439.32 

9,850.71 

41,758.13 

56,365.21 

9.788.13 

7,340.51 

9,175.08 

7,217.29 

5,434.00 

109,582.31 

10,805.33 

173,610.34 

22,098.11 

165,427.80 

147T90S.62 

22,463.88 

34,261.80 

11,288.02 

14.292.54 

89,897.87 

50,170.58 

11,320.80 

14,492.14 

20,467.82 

1.810.58 

141,739.03 

2,981.42 

14.485.04 

4.551,14 



1,589.78 

4,373.55 

4,223.93 

21,835.23 

445,858.80 

10,347.31 

17,165.76 

36,274.99 

6,545.72 



88,834.9ft 

86,353.65 

42,820.19 

13,680.55 

1,554.01 

20,356,39 

31,259.45 

19,313.80 

5,878.61 

3,788.07 

11,068,61 

11,932.09 

672,52 

160,314.51 

13,450.65 

202,577.83 

18,042.50 

216,052.05 

184,467.60" 

18,788.17 

40.258.62 

8,047.80 

20,128.45 

21,481.58 

60,728*5 

7,136.03 

8,999.82 

BfUS 

157,958.98 

718.53 

6.712.02 

7.854.58 



732.61 
1S4.4S 

2.29S.12 
7,035.67 

55,078.67 
1.509.86 
7,898.93 
3.055,18 
1.402.22 
2.057.68 

20,596.88 

9,421.44 

8,711.05 

828.04 

867.81 

1,822.03 

12,141.80 
9,446.54 
1.218.16 
8,345.03 
1,480.40 
2,422.88 
200.48 

42.313.81 
6.130.38 

38,718.57 
4,818.66 

41,713.62 

66,523.40 

4.828.39 

8.989.68 

2,337.03 

997.73 

14.554,14 
3,7ft7.90 
1.484.19 
4,645.43 
1,981.19 
238.47 

28,140.84 

472.74 

1.821.58 

958.61 



776.09 


1,090.68 




198.10 


346.40 




1,091.12 


348.83 




5,968.83 


6,414.98 




44,316,81 


65,001.19 




1,503.37 


1,900.82 




2,476.77 


3,758.41 




4,119.63 


4,915,18 




1.140.78 


1.003.58 


H 


1,784.80 




17,922.42 


28,231.80 


? 


8,732.18 


19,321.06 


H 


2,895,10 


2,447.88 


M 


659.44 


730.80 




712.62 


267.12 


w 


1,481.08 


1,382.74 




9,890.57 


7,238.96 




8,884.25 


2,912.71 


W 


1,203.81 


688.89 


1,804.1ft 


1,032.47 


V, 


594.87 


1.060.16 


H 


2,315.33 


1,825.61 


w 


131.99 


38.00 




40,695.48 


54,372.37 


M 


2,875.49 


4,517.42 


w 


46.375.21 


64.020.14 


"7! 


3.440,90 


3.527.06 


H 


42,859.40 


105,664.71 


v. 


64,613.86 


122,013.57 


2,754.38 


3,400,20 


W 


3,076.18 


3.620.29 




2.276.47 


1 4 076.70 


s 


1,004.53 


1,029.09 


IfcM&M 


9,038.37 


a 


5. 407.41 


5,723.39 


H 


1.281.10 


1.039.82 




3,984.79 


1,904.82 




2,030.52 






72.87 


10.96 




27,646.20 


81,828.9ft 




424.94 


34.90 




1.077-17 


806.16 


_ 


742.32 


876.60 





TABLE XV 

REVENUE RECEIPTS 

PART 2— COUNTY AND DISTRICT SOURCES (Continued) 



CO 



COUNTY AND DISTRICT SOURCES (Continued) 



JWTll 



General 
Fund 



Intercut nn Deposits and 
In rest [dents 



Qwtrtl 

Fund 



District 
Funds 



Bond 
Funds 



Interest 
end 

Hlnklne. 
Kim do 



Tire A Tube 
Licenses 



General 
Fund 



[taring Commission 
Fundi 



lieu era l 
Fundi 



District 

lurid* 



Interest 

and 
Sinking 
Funds 



* 



Total Sim.' 



I 80, 380.301 1 4,171.58 



Alachua 

Baker 

Bey 

Bradford 

Brevard 

Broward 

Calhoun 

Charlotte 

CI true .- 



Coll 
Columbia 

Dade 

Hi- Soto 

Dixie 

Duval 

Escambia 

Flagler 

Franklin 

Gadsden 

Gltcbrlst 

Glade* .... 

Gulf 

Hamilton 
Hardee ... 
Hendry 



1.G8B.0Q 

171.00 
134.00 

ad.i.iMi 
n«,oo 

T 03.0(1 

573.00 

27.00 

245.00 

419.00 

48.00 

2,007,00 

27.4Ofl.30 

78.00 



$ 3,B4B45 » H,34r>.71 $ 31,217.72)1 20,510.4711578,2(11 JO 



1,624.00 

2,881.00 

12.00 



557.00 

51.00 

8.00 

53500 
28.00 

SU.00 
88.00 



68.87 



11.47 
3.30 



17.51 
45.16 



40.80 



283.13 



18.61 



56.00 
5.87 



378.32 



220.00 



53.24 



71.71 



14,211.70 



].i.i:i 



43.68 

i n 

20.72 



234.15 

1(12.0(1 

I 



164 '"'I 
4,50 1 

74.50, 



5.1)84.20 
8,143.80 



06.00 
175.50 

20.50 
7.80 
4.B0 



B.K51.30 
3.0(10.01) 
8,854.85 
3.500.00 
B.567.53 



8,076.30 
7,000.00 



170.60 



I (.8 



3,144.88 
20.00U 

TJo'ia.w 

310.00 
10.50 

5.0O0.00 
60,00 



17,052.60 



fl.oti 



33.43 
7.50 



li,70*.W 



0,851.30 
8.876.30 
8,851.30 
6.900.00 



4,576.00 



882.501$ 21,827.60 



832.50 



21,827.00 





84.00 
132.00 

1,187.00 

254.00 

132.00 

619.00 

90.00 

87.00 

3,059.00 
301.00 

1,411.00 
248.00 
132.00 
417.00 
384.00 
979.00 
127.00 

137.00 

138.00 

1840 

2,672.00 
617.00 

5,490.00 
232.00 

2,827.00 

4,158,00 
394.00 
335.00 
ifia.oo 

420.00 

178.00 

846.00 

63.00 

1,275.00 


ill 

805.59 


£90 

203.61 




'""6.611 
2,422.00 


t 2.50 

53.75| 

952.30 

27"6b 

52.60 

86.50 

181.00 

130.00 

7.50 

4.50 

48.00 

97.60 

218.50 

21.00! 

• 30.00 

21.00 


2,000.00 









18,096.20 
1,800.00 

17,957.60 
8,970,30 

10,142,97 












237.56 

2,000.00 
4,860.00 

59.77 






Jefferson 

Lafayette 

Lake 

Lee 


839.80 

121.SS 

26.22 


isabb 

31.55 
12.80 


■ 








18.827.60 
19,702.60 






Liberty 








Madlaon 


270.00 














240.16 

71.48 

107.771 
















' 




221.64 

42.39 


280.10 




- 






7,846.00 
1,275.00 
2,000.00 















Okalooaa 






113.00 






863.10 




17.00 
779,00 

68,75 
439.5T 

34.00 
751.16 
735.84 
114.00 






384.18 




885.97 






Oweola 




19,702.60 
«* 4,713.88 

ii^bfKMib 

19,702.60 

2,051.00 

2 000 on 














16,180.05 

1,210.00 

136.86 






Pinellas 


1 




9.00 








polk 




1,168.36 






72.46 






St Johns 


' 101.41 
6.78 

368.80 
62.50 








St. Lucie 




59,50 






Santa Rosa, 


85.70 

'"".OZ 




06.18 

167.45 

5.20 

607.47 


I 9,851.30 

135.00J 10,726.30 

85,001 

J 10,702.00 

35 74 1 















Bumter 














9,861.30 
877.50 

40.00 


" 1,000.00 
1,750.00 

12,000.00 
5.000.00 
8.976.80 


"""""" 1 




287.00 

7,210.00 
298.00 
155.00 

2,177.00 












213.09 

i'M 

87.50 


851.42 

84"!72 




1,241.60 
68.78 






Wakulla 

Walton 








'Reported under Interest and Sinking I'und. 
**|761.25 of thin amount from Saloon license. 



s 



TABLE XV 

REVENUE RECEIPTS 
TART 8— OTHER SOURCES 









1B34 1B35 
COUNTIES 


TOTAL 

OTHKK 

SOURCES 


Vocational Refund*, 

Smlili Eughes uud 

G dirge Elite; 


Subsidies Educational 
Kounda thins 


Tuitlan, Co ant; 

Line and 

Will WllMut 


Incidental!, National Foreat 
Fund, Gifts 


Federal 
Aid 


Genera) 

Fund 


District 

Funds 


General 
Fund 


lUttrlrt 
funds 


General 
Fund 


District 

Fundi 


General 
Fund 


District 
Funds 


Interest 

and 
Sinking 
Fund* 


General 

Fund 


Total Btata 


1337.992,12 


1121.014.83 


| 6,288.95(|t 


1116,806.14 




7,67K.i8 

2,682.68 

4,580.76 

TOU5 

1,281. BO 

4,475.50 

4,294.00 

901.78 

DM.14 

£8.47 

012.08 

8,251.67 

65,777.90 

8,409.08 

402.72 

10,920.63 

6,040.76 


4,030.28 
1,838.74 


258.73 1 


J13.00 







65.00 





194.60 
1.00 


8,078.08 




Bihar 


1,009.19 
4.830.75 




Ba; 


30.00 




1.225.001 






796 20 










8,207.70 




822.11 


6.00 


20.60 






425.00 

1,200.00 
800.00 


















8,094.00 








85.00 


400.00 


69.00 
36.18 

28.47 

88.75 

698.00 


298.82 


149.26 
107.96 


citrus 








Cla* 

CflUIlT 




















-. 







6.60 
448.17 





837 70 




2,207.50 
14,548.04 

1,505.24 

402.72 

1 4.897.80 

5,439.00 








101.50 
0.33 


51,229.86 
128.80 






4M.7B 


08.14 
1,022.73 

172.63 




556.67 


3,289.00 


DUle 




208.39 

















Kranalln 


1,482.00 
6.268.07 
2,668.00 


300.00 

3,646.78 
1,529.76 









1,182.98 
2,101.82 
1,139.78 


Gllchrlat 






(Madet 























8,867.60 
14,178.60 






£800.00 






6,867.80 
13,008.80 


Hardee 


1,126.00 






....,,.»... ......... 







S3 



o 



z 

d 

— 
o 



Hendry 1 7.757.05 II 375.00 









2,532.00 


1 








4,850,00 




1.00 




i..:. 


zzzzz 




,;. ..,:. t 


1,00 

135.00 





Highlands 


2,110.75 
15,793.31 


1,886.50 
1 12.450,62 








243,00 

550.99 


191.20 
1,021.00 


,70 


1,630.00 






16.022.28l 450.00 








15,672.28 
1,337.00 
4,364.11 




1,337.00 
12,318,701 


















iiniibo 






8,179.59 










2,690,00 

849.00 

3,053.73 

975,50 

2,200.00 

8,917.09 

3,583.20 

21411? 

13,251.37 

8 L O72.0O 

40.78 

100.00 

12,811.031 

ia.-..r>i>i 

5.360.86 
5,679.87 
8,217.74 


2,890.00 



1,866.21 

975.50 
1,800.00 
2:232.5(1 
1,420.75 

200.00 
8,290.16 










Lafayette 

Lake 









=± 


i«MW JS2 


' i|6ob"oo 




649.00 








:::::::::::::::::::: 


















400.00 
15.16 

940.74 






















406.00 

""££m 

730.47 


77.94 


6,185.60 

2,162.50 


Liberty 

Madison 
















20.00 








8,265.00 












Martin 


000.00 




' 










2,072.00 


Monroe 













40.78 












100.00 












2,830.00 



8,750.26 
1,230.00 
2,104.50 








126.70 


183.03 




10,220.80 


Okeechobee 





| 135.5 


604.60 




Orange 












1,000.00 






1,086.09 
525.00 






202.93 
43.40 


9.0Q 


3,000.00 


383.78 
579.24 

fctsTtt 










Pasco ., 








60.97 




Pinellas 


6,424.14 

389.45 
8,198.23 
3,625.16 
7,312.19 
9.034.35 

241.35 


8,930.00 

1,671.70 

1,875.00 

354.50 

2,425.00 




1,957.59 
186.52 







Z'Z ..„ '.'.""'.'. 1' ' 


Polk 






781.08 






Putnam 






.55 

842.83 

8.30 

241.30 
16.00 






8,784.90 

6J704. 30 


St, Johns .. 

Bt Lnde 


.':::." 






260.00 


864.23 


Sarasota 












8,800.35 


Seminole 


3,452.50 a.317.50 


120.00 








850.08 

1,620.00 
150.00 


5, r n'i.0(i 

1,520.00 

150,00 












Suwannee 




































Volusia 


8,957.31 1 


EEEE 










267.32 


107.31 








3,780.50 

1Q.7B9.57 

757.92 


1,850.00 

1,010.00 

432.00 


175.00 









2,439.60 
9,847.26 


Washington 


245.92 


80,00 





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H 

a 

00 
d 

H 
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I 
50 



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TABLE XVI 
NON-REVENUE RECEUTB 



1 





NON-RBVENUE RECEIPTS 


CfiTNTlES 


TOTAL 
NON 

REVENUE! 
RECEIPTS 


LOANS 


SALES OF BONDS AND TIME WARRANTS 


1034 -1035 


General 
Fund 


District 
tunda 


Bond 

Funda 


Interest 
and 

Sinking 
Funda 


General 

Wma 


District 

fond* 


Bond 
Fonda 


Interest 

and 
Sinking 
Funds 


Total Btiite 


f t.245,212.87 


f 7B8.297.09I* 


3 84.2 17 .SB |1 


$ 5,070.88 


t 2,000.00 


I 10,780.00 


f 13,588.00 




B2.B49.98 

5B2"S2 

23,7on.io 

1.00 

28.234.72 

5.404.19 

3.TH2.Q1 

25,225.011 

858.24 

114, 87 2.1 !iB 

203,840.26 

800.00 

B.887.48 

132.910.0(1 

1B.1B8.88 

1,192.44 

23.21 1.32 

4,100.00 

9.471. 4 » 

5.00 


no, 000. 00 


2,000.00 
















Baker 












• 









28,800.00 

21 ,056.78 

8,000.00 
23,000.00 

64,849.00 




















Charlotte * 












621.60 
2,220.00 










Clay 

c5W 

























34,217.55 




...... 





... 






nuTfli 


a,EOo!6o 

12S.910.00 

21,001.32 

4,150.00 
9.000 00 


800.00 
1,100.00 

2,200.00 

ioloo 


7.Hiiii(l(i 


Z.'.'.''.'".'. 




(Jlirlwlcn 

Gilchrist 


':::::::::: 


Gnlf 


84.78 
3.91B.00 


sjaxob 








Hardee 


7,084,34 
2,000.00 
10,200.00 
2,670.67 
4,220.83 

n-i,usD,ya 


2,oooioo 

IOjOOO.OO 
62,898.20 






I 








Hendry 






Hernando 


200.00 

771.00 

1,350.00 

1,000.00 

318.00 

Mqjmo 

5,000.00 






















Holm™ .... 












Indian River 








2,816.91 

'""iiflO'oM 

8,116.76 

18,743.73 

27,192.16 

32.50 

138.00 

2,255.20 

88,538.97 

17,311.45 

15,350.00 

10,460.00 

(»7.8« 

39,387.65 

1,682.01 

1,000.50 































14,000.00 

4|278"70 

22,000.00 






2,860.00 






Lake 






2,000.00 


4,750.00 
1.000.00 


Lee 

Leon 


















Liberty 


21,800.62 

12,200.00 
10,450.00 

35,300.00 
46,000.00 
















Mudison 


14,665.40 
220.00 


31,869.38 

" t, «mimmw*4H 


100.00 






■ 


M« rt in 


10,000.00 
















Jpkeechobee 







750.00 


788.00 






Osceola 














Palm Beach 


45,166.B7 

268.55 

130,212.52 

82,034.38 

2,324.33 

247.08 

18,702.66 

4,553.(111 

13,683.04 

10,180.60 








Pasco 










126,476.00 

16,211.65 


























Putnum 























St. Lucie 


I - 






230.62 










2,010.08 






10,000.00 












■ 






1,880.11 


066.00 










Taylor .... 


8,462.01 fl 2,000.00 

128.12J 

12,637.751 

1,821.821 1,800.00 


1410.00 




























































16,706.40 


15.550.00 















s 

00 



W 

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H 

R 
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W 

o 
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TABLE XVI 
NON-RE VENUS RECEIPTS (Continued) 







1834-1935 
COUNTIES 


Sale a of Property, Insurance, Etc. 


Other Non-Revenue Receipts 




General 

Fund 


District 

FundB 


Bond 
Funds 


Interest 

and 
Sinking 
Funds 


General 
Fund 


District 

Funds 


Bond 
Funds 


Interest 

and 
Sinking 

Funds 


Total Htiite 


$ 28.008. OS I* 18,330.89 


* 77.6011 


3 700.00 


^r,.;.«s.i» 


Alachua 

Baker 


430.60 






:::::::::::::::::::: 


108.08 
537.22 


4.40 
15.00 






Bradford 


iioo 

10.00 










105 19 












15.00 




5,489.65 





1,678.94 

8.64 

151.01 


























City 








131.85 


27.72 




108.67 














23.55 

7.129.82 








1,805.07 








4.60 




160,423.32 













Dixie 


446.90 
15,037.03 


133.78 

121.80 
472.07 


106.85 

608.64 
10.00 




800.00 


Duval 





».. - 






116.73 


























19.00 
4T1.45 






Gilchrist 
















Glades 




B.00 






* 






Golf 








44.78 


10.00 
6.00 




120.00 






81.00 






1,600.00 




6.373.34 



o 

H 
"0 

> 

t 

H 

n 

o 

I 

5 

y. 



% 









































32.60 
1,062.75 






1.21 


52.80 

1,798.08 
67.84 




1,822.06 


Hillsborough 


10.00 








429.00 
















307.50 






885.G0 

14.04 

360.63 
11.50 

32.50 

oo'sib 

672'!85 

106.25 
47.65 
26.91 


678,87 

992.72 

2.00 

180.66 

138!o6 




181.04 


Lake 



























Liberty 


i^smoo 














194.57 

114.60 
3,150.00 

20.00 


77.60 


50.00 






6,397.00 
10.00 

iaoo 

76.00 






154.61 
800.60 












I2fi ,',0 








3,800.00 




125.00 








Palm Beach _ 

Paseo — 

Pinellas ... 

Polk 


22.00 

325.00 
783.68 


2,585.00 
2.00 






108.88 

248.55 

362.53 

191.00 

1,328.50 

3.50 

3,083.61 

18.17 

6.13 


28.44 

599.84 

8.438,75 

3.83 

1.81 

81,85 

1,162.48 

737.04 

18.00 




24.05 

3.-I-U. IT, 

70,036.00 








990 00 




242.67 
416.05 


































1,120.00 




29.25 


10,299.04 
162.60 


























8,30 
104.40 








217.81 

126.00 

i2S.or. 

! B.M 

21.32 






200.00 








121.61 
81X0 














.07 










8,716.94 


700.00 


8,071.61 




























166.40 









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as 

w 

R 

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■ 

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3 

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a 
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o 

X 

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Id 



DEPABTMENT OP PUBLIC INSTBUCTION 



TABLE XVII 
(1) INVENTORY OF STORES J (2) CASH ON HAND AT BEGINNING OF TEAR 



COUNTIES 
1934-1935 



Cm 

SS5 fc 



CASH ON HAND AT BEGINNING OP YEAH 



Totfil Cash 

on Hand at 

Beginning 

of Year 



General 
Fund 



District 
Funds 



$3,009,135.27 1 f 1,1 76, 802.37 



Bead 

Funds 



Interest 

and 
Sinking 
Funds 



Total State .... if 23,853.98 



$761^208.79 



$ 52, 891.28!$!, 618, 232. 83 



Alachua 
Baker .... 

Bay 

Bradford 

Brevard 

Broward 

Calhoun 

Charlotte 

Citrus 



Clay ... 
Collier 



Coll: 

Columbia 

Dade 

DeSoto 

Dixie 

DutsI 

Escambia 

Flagler 

Franklin 

Gadsden 

Gilchrist ...... 

Glades 

Gall 

Hamilton 

Hardee 

Hendry 

Hernando 

Highlands ... 
Hillsborough 

Holmes 

Indian River 

Jackson 

Jefferson 

Lafayette 



Levy 

Liberty 

Madison 

Mnnatee 

Marlon 

Martin 

Monroe 

Nassau 

Okaloosa 

Okeechobee 

Orange 

Osceola 

Palm Beach 

Pasco 

Pinellas 

Polk 

Putnam 
St. Johns ... 
St. Lucie ... 
Santa Rosa 

Sarasota 

Seminole 

Sumter 

Suwannee ... 

Taylor 

Union 

Volnala 

Wakulla 

Walton ' 

Washington 



241.76 
62.39 



1,192.90 
2,401.83 



211,02 



730.14 

283.02 

325.12 

••3,183.41 

1,047.47 



302.48 



500.00 



423.10 

490.73 

35.23 



I ? '6.43 



i£00.es 



147.28 
7S0.3S 



725.68 



23.831 
102.66 |j 



54.74J 



2,810.84 
S05. 7 7 
328.36I 

1,655.98 



84.62 

236.00 



! 

'iieiei37l 

200.091 
743.75 H 



85,141.25 

16,761.20 

1 11,615.78 

7,609.20 

41,789.77 

' 61,807.48 

4,090.15 

11,383.11 

33,593.13 

8.175.71 

12,593.01 

15,711.74 

556.091.23 

20.695.65 

26,353.03 

266,865.67 

27,576.31 

4,382.14 

27.995.89 

19.809.77 

1 14,012.74 

6.847.84 

5,023.83 

6.054.63 

13.178.37 

3,600.39 

8.047.16 

10,676.79 

331,232.87 

1 12,104.49 

7.956.77 

1 67,843.91 

38,855.01 

5,705.77 

124,948,25 

30.885,54 

27,123.93 

40,765.13 

1 12.419.30 

34,017.70 

' 90.743.14 

108,012.77 

6.141.09 

15.906.45 

5.377.13 

13,852.24 

2,920.35 

202,067.58 

7,379.65 

11,227.40 

51.948.51 

' 323.142.36 

291,301.85 

23,770.48 

37,038.30 

4.511.13 

t 28.233.37 

64,109.04 

48.845.31 

18.228.04 

36.710.06 

13.881.91 

8,730.90' 

118,733.22 

11,786.06 

28,220.85 

25,250.13 



21,640. 
7,655 
8,764. 
3,772 

15,034 

31,177 

601. 

7,817 

11,317 
4,375 
9,336 
5,315 
213,347 
6,142. 
8,697 

38,097 
5,7011 
1,905. 
3,925. 

10,706. 
4,966 
2.483 
1,283 
1,954 
6,034 
571 
4,165 
2,202 
109.112 
6.348. 
3,641 

28.567 

26.350 
4,515 

54,214 
9,933 

20,246 
9,638. 
0.597 

23,000 

39.563. 

42,657 
4,503 

10,563 
2,203 
0,013 
1,320 

78.241 

3 

2,230 

23,173 
388. 

68,678. 
8.971 

19,619. 
2.400, 

18.103 

27.055 

10,885 

1 1 ,900. 

12,309. 
7.087 
7.130. 

38.441 
7.812 
8.9S7 

16,297 



29,465.44 
5,638.97 
1,812,40 
5,470.52 

25,462.75 
8,645.33 
1,792,14 
1,979.08 
5,582.17 
2,635.14 
3,106.30 
6.856.53 
162,207.31 
1,715.00 

12.629.24 

15,897.72 
8,079.63 
1,156.61 
5,013.31 
2.933,96 
4,243.25 
2.588.44 
1.B14.05 
1,491.31 
1,148.49 
225.69 
1,257.26 
1,882.84 

48,950.82 
702.97 
884.04 

13,169.85 

11.674.13 
1,190,17 

36.849.80 
3,228.48 
2,665.21 
2,534.89 
,2,727.43 
9,259.75 

23,766.79 

35,565.73 
1,283.88 
5,188.99 
2,170.80 
4,748.09 
358.37 

65,617.47 
2,906.63 
1,250.90 
3,659.26 
5.709.58 

57,810.77 

5.214,26 

6.774.10 

2,060.88 

f17.1.-.3.0fi 

19".9O9.07 

17T977.47 
2,756.68 

11,299.22 
6,794.75 
1.5J2.92 

26.911.64 
3.512.02 
2.758.03 
3.833.21 



9,842.00 



10.55 



33 135 
29.599.01 



2.20O.73 
29.71 



309.26 



124.80 



69.29 
"L13 



1,241.90 



496.64 



1,910.20 
1,778.29 



3,211.90 



130.38 



1,428.54 
461.64 



24,193.81 
3,266.83 
1,039.12 
5,971.06 
1,292.14 

22,067.64 
1,696,48 
1,586.86 

16,693.27 

1,165.29 

150.47 

3,500.03 

150,937.91 

12,838.05 

5,026.29 

212,770.68 

13,780.62 
1.317.69 

16,855,96 
8,140.09 
4,812.77 
1,766.29 
1,876.21 
2,609.15 
5,984.12 
2,603.14 
2,624.86 

12,581.61 

172,800,04 

5,053.09 

3,430,89 

26,106.58 
829.84 

' iijeais 

17,723.88 
4,211,84 

28,021.67 

94.49 

1.757.26 

27,348.68 

28,789.82 

352.03 

154,30 

1,002.70 

3,060.50 



58,208.31 

4.469.73 

7.248.88 

25,115.28 

315.134.21 

163,034.57 

9.584.36 

10.644.50 

50.06 

7,113.00 

13.932.89 

19,981.92 

8,571.19 

12,970.53 

■" 57J52 

51,951.93 



16.506.30 
6,119.83 



tOverdraft 

•Does not agree with amount reported at close of previous year. 
••Inventory at close of previous year Included $3,273.08 as Stores Purchased, which Is not 
Included In above amount. 

{Doe* not agree with amount reported at close of previous year. 



STATE 8UFERINTE 



TABLE 

HECAPITI 

(1) All Expenditures ; (2) IOTeatment* ; (3) I 





CURRENT EXPENSES 


1934-1933 
COUNTIES 


Geo era t 
Control 


tnatractloo 


Operation 


Maintenance 


Auxiliary 

Agenclei 


Fixed 
Cnmrfca 


TOTAL 
CUBHENT 
EXPENSES 


Total State 


* 014,679.80 


t 9.490.7 13.09 It 810.063.3(1;* O0.868.25H 1.228.476.52 


f 343.644.04 


I13.IHI4.34 4 00 1 


Alachua 

Bolter 

Say 

Bradford 

Brevard 

Broward 

Charlotte 

Cltrua 


8.454.83 
2.603.74 
6.541.02 
4,778.88 
8,913.10 

13,188.98 
8.832.25 
3,511.61 
6.644.81 
3,005.91 
4,180.68 
8,613.42 

35,304.74 
6,735,01 
3,630.41 

37.0K7 in 

11.5T5.22 
2.323.01 
2,018.26 
7,008,08 
2,714.74 
3,237.02 
3.570.69 
4,082.68 
6,320.95 
3.164.54 
2,781.91 
8,430.48 

89,080.29 
5,006.33 
4.886.17 
8,518.40 
3.825.31 
2,890.52 
9.143.64 

10,623.01 
8,123.54 
6.268.87 
1.904.40 
8,867.32 
9,887.67 

10,767.06 
' 0,126.38 
7,006.84 
5,653.00 
0,641.42 
2,742.22 

14,078.76 
4.863.28 

10,910.76 
4,869.20 

17.509.17 

20.616.54 
7,346.03 
6,490.76 
4,360,83 
4,087,41 
8.195.40 
5,870.00 
4.317.67 
0,820.77 
3,400.82 
1.6 64.89 

11,420.36 
2,466.00 
5,«30.36 
4,877.51 


16B.502.42 
4l.83tl.2M 
60,173.40 
48,146.73 
90,786.38 

119.036,77 
36,153.06 
20,605.96 
37,487.29 
83.507.20 
19,270.07 
81,170.76 
1,252,080.92 
48.140,00 
33,866.23 
1,068,458.76 

306,448.93 
12,254.31 
36.730.61 

180,717.44 
24.735.19 
19.043.51 
14,905.0(1 
44,689.20 
50,904.04 
27,011.10 
29,375.10 
66.570.42 

931,881.44 
80,141.82 
46.708.93 

148,070.53 
58,080.81 
23.320.69 

183,030.57 

101.214.52 

130.578.22 
66.638.63 
40,498.83 
66,300.88 

100.925.05 

151,073.53 
24,822.74 
53,455.10 
42.452.00 
67.114.50 
20.460.42 

827,430.00 
43,046.80 

371,847.85 
73,105.62 

551,320.48 

687,348.16 
94,427.08 
91.083.49 
48,732.18 
76,235.68 
87,508.38 

116,747.88 
68.392.50 
82,430.32 
08.668.33 
17,437.49 

886.806.55 
29,977.91 
75,274.07 
66,430.44 


10,038.95 
1.KJ6.45 
5,718.77 
3,664.80 
0,683.15 

11,767,64 
2.606.22 
1,688,01 
3.297.73 
2,431.67 
1,207.88 
6,473.08 
103,015.58 
3,875.76 
2,184.02 

85,144.28 

23.866.80 
847.64 
4,303.93 
8,557,07 
1.313.25 
618.53 
1.125.80 
2,878.98 
2.170.27 
1,503.87 
2,027.53 
4,836.01 
105,702.83 
4,737.09 
3.755.58 
6.035.79 
2,606.58 
1.145.27 

21,051.67 

12,162.20 

10,700.14 
2,741.03 
1,878.04 
2,785.63 

11,495.39 
9,238.06 
3,844.11 
5.626.11 
4,275.06 
3.053,44 
1,775.49 

32,408.36 
8,188.80 

40,413,79 
6,109.57 

47,052.65 

46,272.93 
6,309.74 

10.793.13 

3.291.22 

, 8,332.01 

9,603.80 

13,419.26 
3,268.81 
4.464.34 
1,742.21 
li31S.0« 

47,482.06 
1,438.18 
2,045.08 
2,576.99 


8,565.40 

1,333,41 

4,155.08 

1.789.T1 

6,700.07 

11.528.42 

1,998.23 

821.98 

1.936.06 

3,210.74 

4,243.33 

1,272.94 

108,572.91 

3.415.35 

2,050.93 

56,085.51 

14,816.00 

513.02 

1,773.36 

5,160.08 

1,406.10 

610.06 

991.04 

648.11 

1.872.56 

591.80 

1,032.06 

3.115.32 

72,681.03 

82.22 

2,103.70 

3.697.67 

4.224.12 

2.152.90 

15,108.23 

6,302.02 

4.725.47 

4,038.81 

1,384.43 

2.329.14 

15.482.60 

4,203.64 

4,322.52 

619,60 

2,365.08 

2,488.35 

826.02 

23.095.14 

3.170.10 

35.795.63 

3.861.61 

16,477.19 

12.659.30 

3,815,04 

4,546.10 

078.40 

4,671.39 

39,398.0.1 

6,136.49 

2,563.18 

11.654.33 

2,761.63 

2,487.49 

23 4 09T,85 

i2S.ee 

5,656.64 

5.140.T3 


35,741.23 

11,174.16 

6.837,87 

12,732.55 

23.072.19 

10,795.22 

0,044.50 

0.336.78 

7,184.20 

13,647.00 

8.705.45 

10,081.26 

90,222.03 

6.792.37 

0,839.18 

00,468.70 

24,945.16 

7.485.28 

10,008.77 

18.026.50 

8,201.04 

2.933.40 

1,563,73 

0,366.02 

15,050.10 

3,186.30 

7,083.08 

11,939.56 

47,693.72 

15,164.63 

10.540.98 

30,476.44 

16,705.78 

8,367.77 

29.164.41 

16,057.73 

20.104.44 

14,158.30 

10,984.06 

13.409.86 

25.431.51 

32,047.53 

6,404.42 

2,360.47 

12,765.00 

14.334.20 

3,272,77 

81,859.07 

0,493.35 

32,854.95 

17.036,43 

22,620.25 

80,303.23 

17,474.10 

16,303.88 

12,158.88 

18,260.88 

15,075,50 

21,602.80 

13,202.87 

21.105.55 

17,592.48 

7,391.68 

41,060.88 

0.315.50 

12,860.05 

9,850.17 


2.820.48 

1,660.03 

1,835.66 

1,603.47 

3,958.44 

7,868.05 

852.40 

1.80537 

1,521.22 

808.71 

I.888.U3 

855.17 

55,820.86 

1.821.71 

1,497.45 

24,532.05 

11.574.41 

1,308.34 

2,090.82 

5.796.32 

1,110.16 

326.13 

514.82 

1,463.83 

049.55 

480.37 

8U0.H4 

4,011.32 

30,040.40 

2.666.76 

2,771.78 

5,107.97 

2,290.20 

545.86 

11.120.79 

7,566.43 

3.733.88 

2.276.00 

.-.02 42 

2,293.14 

6,644.00 

4,840.78 

2,159.01 

510.80 

006.82 

1,404.00 

497.02 

8.182.60 

1,374.07 

18,600. 50 

3,310.94 

14,334.15 

19,683.67 

2,783.22 

1.804.41 

1.485.44 

3.417.99 

8,151.82 

8,767.02 

2,060.05 

647.29 

797.81 

508.26 

16,118.19 

1.081.51 

1,027.2." 

936.40 


234,212.92 

59,920.07 

84,761.20 

67,681.20 

143,113.23 

175.032.08 

49,888.65 

33,350.71 

57,071.31 

57,280.13 

30.601.04 

108,566.61 

1.655,473.04 

60,570,20 

53.083.22 

1,358,672.20 

395,226.60 

24,731.40 

57,144.75 

177.067,20 

39.489.43 

27,677.74 

22,670.77 

62,620.04 

77,274.43 

36.017.07 

44.049.82 

08.4H3.2C 

1.227.UU4.71 

107.707.85 

70,767.23 

203.306.80 

85,721.80 

40,313.09 

269.511.21 

163,976,89 

187.035.80 

96,1 18. 3b 

57.261.67 

00,985.97 

221.1.017.88 

211.675.00 

43,670.18 

70,530.10 

68,407.46 

84,026.81 

29,582.94 

437.060,58 

70,086.08 

616,432.54 

107.783.46 

669,719.89 

746,863.83 

131,166.11 

130,7211.77 

71,010.45 

110,904.77 

168,832.50 

172.552.40 

03,809.88 

126.142.60 

S4.0R3.2S 

30,690.75 

476.075.80 

44,403.94 

103.372.45 

79,317.24 


Collier 


Columbia 


DeSoto - ■■■ 


Dixie 


Duval 

Flagler 


Franklin 


GSIcbrift 


Golf 

Hamilton 


Hendry 

Hernando 
Highlands 
HiUi borough 


Iadlu Hirer 

Jackion 

Jcffenon 

Lafayette 

Lake 

Lee - 




Lery 


Liberty 

■tadlaoa 

Manatee 


Hartln 


Mouroe 


Okaloosa ... 
Okeechobee . . 


Oiceola 

Palm Beach . 

Pe»co 

Pinellas 

Pout 

1 Putnam 


8t Johna 

St. Lucie 

Santa Boat 

Seminole 
Bo inter 
Suwannee 
Taylor 

Vnion 

Volusia 

Wakulla 
Wilton 


Washington .... 



PENDENT'S BEPOET 

E xvm 
mmATioN 

Inventories ; (4) Cash on Hud June SO, 1035 



Capital 
Out la j 



Debt 
Service 



TOTAL 

EXPENDI- 
TURES 



Investment! 



Inventories 



Cash On 

Hand June 

SO, 193S 



Total 

Expend It urea 

Investments 

Inventories 

And Cash 

On Hand 

,Inne3<». 1035 



1034 1035 
COUNTIES 



478,-185.75 



% 5,416, 402.0M $18,s»u,2:-;2.m> 



i4fi,ie»-T8 



Ki.JtS4.42|* 3,546,232.98 $22,607,1111.98 



13.637.86 
2.509.67 



535.63 

5,372.72 

3,6r.(),B0 

1,675.98 

42.60 

1,518.21 

1,549.00 

1,442,54 

627.60 

86,358.37 

102.00 

4,2*7.83 

4,984.79 

22,171.60 



6,471.95 

7,666.89 

711.93 

32,59 

031.86 

1,127.50 

113.75 

LOSS. 11 

304.45 

871,81 

29,951.38 

2,638,81 

191.54 

15,377.57 

911.66 

1.605.48 

6,926,60 

4,027.1a 

10,302.18 

3,080.03 

1,101.32 

1,100.18 

14,719.11 

13,681.02 

1.628.26 

101.60 

1,213.78 

2,184.16 

172.15 

10,960.85 

2.242.27 

9ri.SSIi.li5 

22,155.29 

1.177.30 

6,385.97 

2,296.45 

'559.15 

9,051.67 
14,418.31 
4.999.81 
1.706.28 
2.949.39 
3,300.98 
28.24 
7.482.50 
7,104.21 
2,980.58 
1,774.58 



l,".l,,',i)3. 
10,152. 

9^26 
32.424 
30.231 
86,870 
35.224 

7,278 
29,177 
26,754 

7,099 

84,774 

772,487 

12,142 

9,456 

440,592. 

89.350. 

4,014 
59,033 
26,114 
16,825, 

2,767. 

3,461. 
18,631 
18,476 

6,640 
16,916 
27,995 
539,796 
88,004 
22, U00 
98,620 

6,795 
15,106 
124,663 
92,326 
67,996 
30,991 

4,935 
44.162 
138.659 
60,417 
18,985 
. 18,015 
12,740 
52,270 

4,500 

261,945 

26.655 

305,214 

25,100 

326,777 

463.652 

44.763 

68,612. 

26,187, 

25,136. 

24,468. 

70,014. 

8,002. 
17,811 

6,167, 

2.790 
180,087 

8,195 
19,887 
31X025 



74 
17 

m 
is 

,m 

.93 
S4 

2C 
On 

,95 
2i 
.IS 

,'J 
,138 

(12 

41 
43 

04 

oij 
52 
.52 
4* 
10 
,94 
12 
,44 

sa 
m 
.iu 

.40 

.n 

,00 
.24 
.60 
.52 
.02 
.11 
.S3 
.40 
AS 

,05 

.80 

.2(1 
.81 
,14 
15 
7 

82 
,S7 
.51 

14 
.« 
11 
03 
.OS 
2D 
15 
20 
31 
04 
07 
.00 
50 
,78 
13 
5S 



390.354.55 

72,583.38, 

94,887.37 

100,641.79 

184,717.10 

265,553.34 

86,789.56 

40,677.55 

87,766.78 

83,592.13 

48,144,43 

103.968.45 

I, 514.319. 50 

81,823.42 

66,787.73 

,803,949.01 

506,748.67 

28.746.02 

122.650.64 

210,848.18 

67,026.03 

30.477.85 

26.770.11 

77,387.73 

90,864.12 

43,745.30 

61,269.71 

127.270.39 

[,796,843.08 

198,440.76 

93,940.23 

317,305.13 

93,428.46 

57.024.81 

401,101.41 

263,230.56 

265,364.79 

130,180.55 

63,298.32 

136.248.64 

373.396,52 

285,773.67 

66,293.04 

88,655.90 

82,362.05 

138,481.11 

84,255.24 

709,967.18 

99,883.07 

917,527.66 

155,039.26 

097.674.33 

1,216,902.45 

178,225.67 

199.332.80 

97.766.68 

145,092.63 

207,718.96 

247,568.46 

104,508.47 

148,903.93 

94.431.33 

33.508.90 

663,625.08 

59,703,88 

126.240.10 

111,117.40 



241.70 
113.39 



110,939.55 



3,422.72 
5.038.71 



2,788.80 
13.000.00 



10,000.00 



407.00 



200.27 
62.28 
15.87 



556.17 

148.86 

410.77 

2.609.71 

1,304.65 



214.72 

655.06 

SSS.22 



943.80 



293.84 



413.7 

829.14 



2,223.29 



1,011,69 
30.07 



118.25 



1,750.00 
122.74 

443.50 
552.92 



35.20 



76.60 
22493 



85,068.10 

6,017.06 

8,401.87 

6,088.81 

38,478.20 

61,672.11 

5,000.34 

16.865.56 

34,897,18 

9,131.47 

15,162.78 

17.818.23 

529,836,15 

10,480.85 

15,577.06 

276.567.07 

24,073.00 

14,786.93 

10,838.56 

16,716.05 

12,002.04 

8,079.99 

5,264.98 

6,402.61 

6,787.88 

2,787.58 

6,756.80 

18,904.56 

B40.5W.87 

3,603.85 

3,678.08 

27,139.10 

44,168.30 

3,988.41 

137,880.14 

18,118.32 

20,001.88 

34,542-06 

4,460.31 

19,676.94 

44,231.1' 

129,981.00 

4,100.38 

' 1,105.08 

14,471.77 

8,988.83 

1,410.57 

261,414.80 

3,091.28 

18.617.71 

27,103.31 

432,826.07 

224,069.79 

23,782.62 

45,736.15 

1,702.82 

•3 1, 841. 79 

62,405,03 

72,474.02 

13,857.68 

16,440.55 

23,938.96 

4,320.70 

173,915.05 

6.111.03 

19,402.50 

21,070.23 



485,564.41 

78,714.73 

100,789.24 

106,710.40 

223,195.30 

327,632.45 

91,888.90 

57,543.11 

122,930,23 

04,785.88 

63,823.08 

211,786.68 

3,155.651.37 

92,453.13 

82,776.16 

2.083,126.39 

682,120.92 

43,532.05 

133,489.20 

227.564.23 

60,028.07 

36,557.84 

32,085.09 

83,880.34 

97,652.00 

46,532.88 

67,241.32 

150,342.73 

2.143,063.68 

202,104.61 

07,627.31 

345,388.12 

137,506,76 

61,013.22 

538,981.55 

269,642.72 

285.358,67 

165,145.33 

68,308.77 

ir,.-,,s2f,.5N 

417,627.83 

417,978.86 

70,303.42 

00,772,65 

96,883.89 

150,250.84 

35,665.81 

871,500.02 

102,075.25 

048,885.87 

182.265.31 

1,480,500.40 

1,441,416.74 

202,561.21 

245,068.95 

90,469.50 

113,250.84 

270,123.99 

320,075.68 

118.366.15 

163.353.48 

118,420.20 

37,000.20 

847.541.03 

66->39.84 

145,642.60 

183.087.6S 



Alucuua 

Bay 

Bradford 
..... Brevard 

Broward 

Calhoun 

Charlotte 

I'ilrui 

Clay 

Collier 

Colombia 

Dade 

DeSoto 

DUie 

Duvul 

Escambia 
Flaglrr 

Franklin 

Gadsden 

Gilchrist 

Glades 

Gulf 

Hamilton 

Hardee 

Hendry 

..... Hernando 

Hlgb landa 

Hillsborough 

Holmes 

Indian Hlver 

Jackson 

..... Jefferson 

Lafayette 

L«J 
Leon 

Levy 

Liberty 

Madison 

Manatee 

Marlon 

Martin 

Monroe 

N'aaaeu 

Okaloosa 

Okeechobee 

Orange 

Osceola 

Palm Beacb 

Pasto 

Pinellas 

Pol* 

Putnatu 

St Johns 

St. Lucie 

Santa Hona 

Samiioto 

... Seminole 

Sumter 
Suwannee 

Taylor 

Union 

Volusia 

Wakulla 

Walton 

WaaMngton 



•Overdraft 









: 






TABLE XIX 

CUBSBNT EXPENSES (Both Sicca) 

PART 1— GENERAL CONTROL 






1934-1936 
COUNTIES 



GENERAL CONTROL 



i 
1 

■ o 

Did) 




K.3 - 



m 



'^°? 






iOrX 



-- 



el 



S 3I 

•"tail". 



UK 



2- 



-h 



cm 



s 

o 
"g 

"a 
a 

68 
tr 1 



n 

So 

1 

o 



Toul State 



1 8514,679.89 »19fl,687.10 $ 14,050.09 1 1128,804,80 



t S3.830.90 f 9.329.42 



f 13,915,30 f 30.T3fl.-IO 



I 47,695.8fl|l 8,613.00 1 1 8,831.92 



807.22 



* 10.119.48 



Bay 

Bradford 
Brevard 
Broward 
i 'id tin i in 
Charlotte 
Cltrua .... 

Claj 

Collier .... 
Colombia 
Hade 
Dt-Siitii 

Dhtle 

Dural 

Eicambla 

Flagler 

Franklin 

Cadtden 

(Jllehrlat 

Oladea .... 

Gulf 

Hamilton 
Hardee .... 
Heodrj .. 



8.454. 
2.593. 
6,541, 

4,773, 
8,913. 

i:i,i:ir 

3,332, 
3,511. 
ri.nn 
8,503 
4,135 
3,013 

35.254, 

5.726. 
3.030 

37.087, 
11.575 
2.323 
2,018. 
7,908, 
2.7U, 
3,387. 
8,575 
4.082. 
0,320 
3,154 



3,000.00 
1.HO0.OU 
2,100.00 
2,556.00 
8,«00.00 

3,000.00 
2,278.00 
2,47B.O0 

2 

2,100.00 
3,000.00 
2,100.00 

)!. .on 

3.125.00 
1,700.00 
6,000,00 
6,000.00 

lO.'H! !>.. 

1.860.00 

3,990.00 
1,800.00 

1,990.67 
2,850.00 
2,100.00 

2,400.00 

2,400.00 



2TS. 
21 
10. 

iee 

48. 

83 
I HO, 
385 
1H4 

60 
122 
300 

IS. 

253, 



DO 

(Ml 
nil 

M 

no 

88 

04 

on 
,;toi 

Oil I 
,101 
01) 

84 



J.U4S.OU 



633.9'J 

755,40 

1,875.00 1 

1,500.00 



120 
820 



38.50 



800.00 



Mn.lm 

360.00 

28.00 

480.00 

10,102.721 

790.001 

202.00 

20.675.50 

1,604.10 

55.00 



■mm 

354.00 

678.50 

320.80 

1,800,00 

2,816.00 

884.00 

220.00 

900.00 

358.00 

312.00 

250.00 

3,600.00 

606.00 

388.80 



123.20 

100.80 

18.60 

187.05 



112.00 
189.60 
29.00 
109.44 
174.40 
142.40 
142.20 



320.ee 

284.60 



219.30 

69.00 

568418 

371. HI 

22.00 

380.20 

63.75 

109.58 

230.35 

103.20 

22.00 

57,81 

709.56 

304.32 

249.00 



420.00 

50.00 

548.23 

100,00 

■ton, oo 

8,859.42 

4.00 



711.20 

233.24 

4,979.89 
100.00 



1.142,501 
119.50 



11.00 

310.00 
1,200.00 



1,500.00 
228,00 
186.00 
900.00 
224.00 
900.00 
228.00 
228.00 
406.55 
238.00 



121.80 
86.00 
79.20 

105.00 
87.80 



252.60 

I 10 10 

57.40 

209.40 



058.44 
90.10 

74.00 
100.25 
134.00 

M M 

203.00 

700.76 

188.94 

47.81 



2,400.00 
600.00 



7.50 
45.00 



12.50 

288.40 

1. 300.00 

85,00 



17.'. 14 
883.10 
234.22 

1,101.85 
987.58 
05.36 
841.41 
481.52 
133.10 
275.51 
238.41 

3,085.76 
271.53 
271.43 

6,825.15 
518.19 
152.31 

43H.62 

580.03 
130.12 
21331 
174.29 

884.06 

158.83 



74.25 
18.00 

■a&o 

0.2:. 



40.50 



84.60 

""<UM 

SH.H8 
2.00 

9.00 

160.00 
84.00 



8.00 
114.25 
30.00 
25.74 
20.25 
45.00 

20.00 



111.00 



41.90 
9.00 



1.02 
l.IKI 



1.102.50 



100.00 



.18 
4.75 



800.00 
56.84 

183.00 



117.49 
.50 



182.71 
5.00 

507 ^41 

09.10 

7.7" 

979.85 

56.50 

263.00 

60.00 

134.72 



253.00 



195.40 

20.00 



Highland! .... 
Hlllaborough 

Holtnea 

Indian Itlver 

Jackaon 

Jefferson 

Lafayette .... 



Lery 

Liberty 

Madison 

Manatee 

Marion 

Martin 

Monroe 

Nassau 

Okaloosa 

liki-M.-iiubee 

Orange 

Osceola 

Palm Beach 

Pasco 

Pinellas 

Polk 

Putnam 

Kt. Johns 

81, Lucie 

Santa Bmi 

Sarasota 

Hi'tnloolc 

Sumter 

Suwannee 

Taylor 

Union 

Volusia 

Wakulla 

Walton 

Washington 



3,731.91 
8,480.48 

39,096.29 

B.ow.aa 

4,886.11 

8,818.40 
3,825.31 

6,145.54 
io.oa3.oi 

8,128.94 

0.203.8T 
1 ,654.40 
3,807.32 
8,887.57 
10,707.00 
5,126.38 
7.900.84 
5,653.50 
6,541.42 

2.742.22 

14,078.70 
4,803.28 

10.9 10.70 
4,808.29 

17,808 17 

20.010. 54 
7.340.93 
5,409.78 
4.3011.83 
4,987.41 
8,105.40 
8,8711.00 
4,317.07 
BJS0.7T 
3,400.82 
1,884.89 

11.430.88 
2,485.09 
6,820.38 
4,877.51 



1,925.00 

3,600.00 

0,000.00 
2,100.00 
2,400.00 
8,000.00 

i, koo.oo 

1,400.00 
3,000.00 
4,320.00 
4,289.98 
2,875.00 
1,200.00 
t,«5O00 
4,750.00 
3,470.00 
2,282.60 
3,800.00 
2,400.00 
1,080.00 

I, .SOI I. Oil 

3,000.00 
3,«S*.M 
B.WMM 

2,500.00 

8,00000 

3,800.00 
3.150.00 
3, 000.00 i 
2.470.00 
2.400.00 
4,125.00 
3,400.00 
2.400,00 
3.100.00 
2,400.00 
800.00 

8,00000 

1,500.00 
3,420.00 
2,100.00 



100.00 
804.23 

4S6!3S 
800.001 

203.44 



10.00 
800.00 
.',4V, M 
400.00 
170.00 

34.00 

13.50 
151.24 
800.00 
300.00 

88.70 
587.80 
307.03 
2 17, no 
600.00 



718.45 
20.00 

800.00 

00,1.01 

189.IB 

»(I.8H 

iir.,«to 



9.80 

2,262.00 

b 23,802.85 

4B4.00 

290.00 

1,237.81 

840.00 

347.80 

1.701,00 

3.008.70 

1,500.00 

1,150,00 



000.00 

00.81 

238.78 



S72.18 

120.00 

0.30 

880.00 



170.00 
IMtM 

2,785.00 
880,001 

1,447.50 
417.50 

Tea.oo 

22. 

3,300.00 

800.00 

4.400.00 

885.00 

5.267.00 

li.2Sl.31 

1 ,080.00 

1,152.00 

325.00 

600,00 

i.:m.:,n 

916.00 

125.80 

80.00 



2,819.00 

'" 78^00 
IT0.0C 



212.00 
•MM 

a.noo.oti 
250.00 
819.00 
356.00 
450.00 
282.00 

1,800.00 
44B.00 
NtM 

1,183.80 

JIIH.H 

tw.oe 

340.00 

1,852.501 
44a.INI) 

1,721.97 
708.00 

1.133.00 
380.40 
785.75 
192.00 

1.SO0.00 
384.00 

3,000.00 

2,767.60 
2*3 (mi 
;ioi; H 
336.00 
000.00 

1,650.00 
208.00 
342.80 
534.00 

*ae,oo 

252.00 
1,980.00 
272.00 
484.00 
540.80 



03.801 
314.00 






a tK 13,45 paid from Interest and Sinking Fund. 

b Admlnlitratlnn Biliary and expense of District 4 Included. 

c 9125.00 paid from Interest and Sinking Fund. 

d Balance of 1400.00 not paid during nscal year. 



246.20 

234.20 

383.20 

0,69 

88.10 

268.80 
184.20 

.•iH.Sii 

MVM 

258.50 



140.80 



368.00 
191.84 

57.80 
281.75 
168.80 

317.20 

680.00 

190.00 
90.00 

65.20 



183.80 

1GK.20 

201.20 

211.20 

04.80 

151.40 

402.45 

08.38 



192.04! 
159.30 

352.83 
96.50 

68.75 
1,075.34 

80.87 
177.00 
128.75 

41.00 

0.00 

175.611 

74.23 
207.62 
182.40 
304.29 
151.37 



52.20 
188.81 
105.67 
551.05 
21.00 
40.00 
142.32 



204.70 

82.00 

82.77 

48.50 

100.00 

86.70 

119.36 

802.80 

889.83 

324.43 

fi3.r.n 

836.17 

itS 32 

894.95 

109.03 



100.00 

72.00 
8.75 

635i6o 
386.20 

"as'juib 

4110. III! 

938.00 

iiirioo 

88.75 

452.oi i 

nw.40 

2sr.ini 



300.00 

403.00 
125.00 

2.185.03 
165.00 
600,00 
291.00 
300.00 

2,140.79 

783.25 

145.00 

500.07 

75,00 

420.00 

145.00 

271.00 

300.00 

• 50.00 

25.00 

•60.00 

M.00 
8.00 



104.221 
7r.5.B2 

1,848.57 
659.84 
149.22 
780.11 
264.06 
246.22 

1,283.47 
839.91 
711.25 
674.65 
110.63 
286.03 
727.04 
765.34 
033.61 
844.85 
043.60 
362.38 
168.05 

1,150.76 

■Otis 

2,300.88 

270.77 

2.187.20 

2.678.48 

1.031.02 

40B.1B 

409. 86 

034.40 

587,09 

490.33 

204.81 

002 .sn 

83.75 

87.59 

MM 

317.37 

302.28 

618.89 



15.001 

mm 

255.00 
40.00 

120.00 
120.60 
90.00 
150.37 
40.13 
61.00 
34.00 



22.00 

15B.50 

58.60 



48.20 
106.00 



M M 

71.80 
61.53 
78.00 
72.00 
110.10 

""Hm 

24.00 



43.11 

120.10 
48.00 

108.50 
54.00 
KM 
64.00 
86.00 
80 50 

103.00 



18.88 
47.48 

3,138.29 
83.00 

""ii'.ii 

224.74 
1.00 
11.28 
72.55 
20.00 
28.80 

8.00 



27.14 



2.60 
3.25 
1.25 

7.00 
1,200.00 



600.00 

1.00 

82.97 

739.60 

S2l60 



350.20 

7.80 

51.00 

10.00 

1SX60 
30.00 
77,70 
10.00 



1,60 
' 190.00 



3HK.85 
38.75 
21.30 

200.70 

" 88.18 

22.H1 

84.74 

5.82 

170.69 

197.80 

16.82 
128.28 

844.10 



397.19 

799.81 



814.06 
125.05 



22.72 
122.82 



3B4.S2 

98.00 

268.19 

81.44 

98.00 

108.55 

388.2H 
107.44 



328 



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TABLE XIX 

CURRENT EXPENSES — (Continued > 
PART 2— INSTRUCTION 



COUNTIES 
1B34-1&35 



INSTRUCTION FOR BOTH RACES 



3 



J 5 

HE 







SALARIES OF 


SUPERVISORS, 






ritlNCIFALS AND TEACHERS 


2- 1 - 


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If* 
311 

tO0B~ 


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a:fl< — 



Total State 



$9,490,713,09 *9,170,237.27|*7,9S1,U06.24| $1,188,27 1.03|t 41.4U6.43 1*584,277.17 



Alachua 

Baker ... 

]s:i ■- 

Bradford 
Brevard . 
Broward 
Calhoun . 
Charlotte 

Citrus 

Clay 

CoRier ... 
Colombia 

Dade 

De Soto . 
Dixie ..... 
Dural 



Flagler 

Franklin 

Gadsden 

Gilchrist 

Glade. 

Gulf 

Hamilton , 

Hnrdee 

Hendry 

Hernando ... 
Highlands ... 
Hillabo rough 

Holmes 

Indlnn River 
Jackson 

Jefferson 

Lafayette .... 



Leon 

Levy 

Liberty 

Madison 

Manatee 

Marina 

Martin 

Monroe 

Nassau 

Okaloosa 

Okeechobee 

Orange 

Osceola 

Palm Beach . 

Pasco 

Pinellas 

Polk 

Putnam 

St. Johns ... 
St. Locie ... 
Santa Rosa 
Sarasota ..... 

Seminole 

Sumter 

Suwannee ... 

Taylor 

Union 

Volusia 

Wakolta .... 

Walton 

Washington 



168,592.42 
41,330.28 
«i». 11... 11 
43,146.75 
90,786.28 

11 9,8 35 .77 
35,153.05 
20,693.98 
87.487.28 
83,587.20 
19,270.87 
81,170.76 
1,252,680.02 
48,140.00 
33,860.23 
1,058,453.76 

308,448.93 
12,254.31 
35,759.61 

130,717.44 
24,735.18 
19.043.51 
14,005.60 
44,089.20 
50.904.94 
27,011.10 
29,375.10 
65,570.42 

931.881.44 
80,141.82 
46,708.93 

148,570.53 
50,060.81 
25.320,09 

183.030.57 

101,214.32 

139,578.22 
66,638.88 
40.408.33 
86.300.88 

150,825.95 

161,073,53 
24,322.74 
53,455.10 
42.452.00 
57.114.30 
20.489.42 

827 .4SC.SS 
43.946.89 

871.847.85 
73,105.82 

551 r,2n 

887.348.16 
94,427.n8 
91,083.49 
48.732.18 
7fi.23B.5R 
87 .5 08.36 

116.747.881 
68.392.50 
82,430.32 
58.668,33 
17,487.40 

338.800.55 
29,977.01 
75.274.07 
66.435.44 



161, 

39, 
6.. 
41 
86 

114 
33 
19 
35 
32 
18 
78 
1,205, 
48 
30 
1,034 

299 
11 
33 

122, 
24, 
15 
14 
43 
tilt. 
26, 
28, 
04, 

807, 
78, 
45, 

144. 
53, 
23, 

174 
9T, 

133 
64, 
30 
62, 

141, 

146, 
23 
52 
40, 
53, 
19 

318 
41 

365 
70 

5 1 < 

575 
93 
87j 
47 
75, 
TO. 

113 
6tf 
78 
56 
17 

323 
28 
72 
58 



244. 
873. 

ess! 

,467 
,091 
841 
593 
200 
841 
822, 
T38, 
671 
972 
,394 
108 
a us 
016 
899 
010 
386. 
703 
248 
146. 
Rio, 
263, 
671 
246 
486 
503 
611 
304. 
,091 
638 
,735 
255, 
168 
.688 
006 
875 
,290 
883 
483 
,078 
,621 
755 
,789 
030 
,838 
059 
,244 



,666 
163 

,131. 

;922. 

,688 
703. 

.282 
432 
599 

,070 

,070 
173 
ROfl 

;aio 

612 



01 
53 

$8 
85 

13 
09 
?.-■ 
00 

77 
Oil 

73 
25 

09 
00 

ss 
11 
00 

ss 
77 
M 
74 
SS 
15 
3 1 
04 

M 
SS 

29 
90 

72 
37 

"JS 

00 

?.-■ 

OS 
44 

SS 

is 

47 
72 

2-! 
.15 
.69 
73 
53 
10 
7f» 
.35 

HI 

50 

V 

14 

07 

42 

IS 

711 

Ml 

<10| 

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50 J 
34) 
0(1 
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7r,i 
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:44.50 



127,012.01 
35,764.16 
fi^.Sli .51 
37,218.70 
71,018.15 
99,685.35 
28,657.09 
17,643,75 
31,560.00 
28,004.53 
17.869.50 
62,279.75 
,108,5B2.65 
42,618.90 
20,534.75 

890.545,83 

260.131.55 
10.196.00 
27,367.46 
88,510.54 
23,300.30 
14,752.52 
1 2.730.69 
37.391.15 
4M.ii--it 891 
24,967.29 
24,857.70 
56,224.00 

821,380.62 
78.883.08 
39,673.44 

111,567.39 
36.244.35 
22,932.49 

152,052,71 
86,642.31 
90.247.44 
55,322.09 
30.629.37 
43.305,12 

122.305.74 

107.182.02 
19,506,92 
44.340.45 
33"620.50 
51.293.08 
18,509.10 

285.658.24 
37,604.13 

31fi.930.82 
84,1 88.5 0„ 

J9"> ""i'i J')1 

517.642.24 
73.213.43 
63.205.72 
36,375.41 
70.268,84 
73.105.Ofi 
89.993,00 
5«~8fl8.7R 
65.086.25 
49.649.341 
15.540.00 

272.873.68 
23.558,30 
63.772.53 
47,308.87 



34,232.001 
4,109.37| 

4. Hi. . r Al 

4,466.98 

15,449.20 

14,995.78 

4,984.00 

1,850.00 

3,640.00 

4.K37.19 

852.50 

16,479.00 

97.108.60 

4,354.09 

3,859.25 

143,563.8,1 

89,776.50 

1,720.00 

6.532.42 

33,500.23 

1,020.00 

'981.22 

1,518.00 

5,755.00 

2.-HJ.' 

1,295.75 

3.814.10 

8,022.99 

76.116.67 

1,620.00 

5,938.28 

32.730.98 

16*847.50 

705.57 

22,682,63 

10.613,37 

42,921.00 

9,363.40 

8.376.81 

10,480.35 

18,924.93 

89.703.22 

8.076.23 

r.729.24 

7.001.23 

2.462.45 

l'.280.00 

32,372.55 

4,194.42 

48.078.75 

6.056.00 

51 own r.o 

58.023,90 

1 9,0-19,64 

23,925.70 

11,546.72 

4.819.87 

6,fiR8.0O 

23.239,on| 

9.763,901 

14.313.25] 

6.421, 00| 

1.630.001 

50,801.881 

5.047.251 

9"03R.2O( . 

6.308.671 



676.00 



6,420.00 



15,094.63 
BSe.OQ 



9.282.53 



1,131.55 
360.00 
353.80 



3.600.00 



1.217.87 



1,600.00 
848^9 






262.50 



(a) 1238.00 paid from Bond Funds. 



STATE SUPERINTENDENT'S REPORT 



323 



TABLE XIX 

CURRENT EXPENSES — (Continued) 
PART 2— INSTRUCTION 



INSTRUCTION FOR BOTH RACES 








OTHER 


EXPENSES 


OF INSTRUCTION 






fill 

Sill 


O 

111 


1* 

fl 

Sib 

pfa 


1* 

if 

§1 

Si 


■ 
li 

33 


1 

a ! 

O as H 

»- — £2 

as 
• g*§ 

US! 3 


■ 

M 
5| 

t*3 


1934-1935 
COUNTIES 


$8,644,483.87 


1 629.19 

36.50 


t 14.940.26 

86.38 
009.30 


|«19.B74.26 

4,181,30 

596.80 

2.090.20 

1,205.01 

1,783.62 

2,322.57 

1,029.17 

268.16 

416,70 

320.06 

117.14 

1,650.47 

9,^" B.32 

410.21 

882.77 

6.630.76 

6,357.26 

295.78 

501.41 

7,192.06 

77.21 

831.42 

281.74 

841.18 

250.08 

223.85 

475.04 

617.62 

12,082.02 

2,489.67 

560.66 

1,831.09 

2,174.22 

452.03 

1,743.86 

1.470.77 

1,51 8. 75 

eni.oR 

537.75 
2.740.75 
3,595.63 
8,610.21 

168.81 

275.83 
1,418.36 
2.143.35 

288.03 
2.815, R« 

482,601 
3.301.33 

630.05 
2.542.81 
4,175.71 


% I2,7;i7.e0|*; 


Total State 


142,010.91 

88,473.53 


1,353.60 

112.24 

64.88 

118.41 

276.06 

21.70 

23.03 

139.01 

154.05 

3.10 


870.551 

238.41 

705.4* 

143.84 

1,907.00 

2,846.01 

60.10 

578.23 

209.00 

2SI.32 

19Q.50 

753.64 

34,935.01 

612.01 

1.938.48 

18.247,90 

2,045.53 

42,53 

1,061.33 

907.39 

271.62 

1,891.35 

153.59 

800.84 

322.40 

299.21 

163.79 

481.20 

19.463.37 

1,909.19 

447.29 

1,857.19 

719.58 

1.046.27 

6,055.13 

2,290.79 

4,506.26 

1,348.31 

954.40 

386.38 

5.950,83 

523.18 

571.57 

411.91 

628.991 

302.2D 

4.301.73 

1.104,57 

2.407.32 

1.724.45 

4.725.76 

5.156.36 

1,167:05 

1 6flo.»2 

176.111 

580.02 [ 

6,120.151 

l.pir.n tj| 

520.811 
1,781 .03T 
704.341 
333.351 
8,389.76 
679.371 
672.321 
441.43( 


761.08 


Alachua 

Baker 


53,4117.85 




Bay 


40,055.68 


12.50 


9.92 
454.40 




Bradford 


80,467.35 






106,091.13 







83,841.00 


15.00 


185.99 

126.82 

1,122.49 

126,93 
7.90 

1,931 H ! 

18.82 

308.07 

1,209.85 


Calhoun 


17,703.75 


106.27 
400.00 




32,400.00 






30,028.77 


0.30 


Clajr 

Collier 


18.822.00 




75,708.75 





Columbia 


l,123.i I-.52 
44,477.40 




6". .30 

63.15 

177.78 

15.31 


587.66 

74.82 

36T.13 

240.20 
138.03 

191.99 

228.40 




252.50 


De goto 


27,409.00 




Dlxl« 


938,167.88 




Dutii] 


276,812,11 






10.716.00 










32,766.03 


16.00 
25.00 


35S"73 






115,910.77 






21.-"i«.:mi 
14,303.74 


2,517.00 


. Gilchrist 
Claries 


14,248.60 


26.00 


196.58 


Gulf 


39,365.6I| 


101.28 




Hamilton 


48,510.39 


22.07 








26,263.04 


220.00 








26,911.83 


16.00 


48.91 

28.75 

1,299.49 

87.40 
879,56 

75.1 

1O.00 

421.49 

84.74 

87.15 

3.10 

279.22 
88.77 
30.nn 
40,94 

212.28 

586.83 

418.83 

87.35 
148.02 

382.99 

06.98 

11 1 *7 

2.90 






5* !*5*. 11 

826.874.03 
70,503.96 
43,835.36 




195,77 
501.28 
259.00 
4.36 
168.32 

174.83 
74.75 
97.54 

297.62 


1,048.09 
47.60 


Highland! 

Hillsborough 

Holmea 


130.029.3T 


85.00 


Jackson 


40,220.85 
23,838.06 




.. Jefferson 


159.607.84 






Lake 


96.124.13 


16.00 




L«* 


125.593.44 




Leon 


59,034.03 








80,457.72 









Liberty 


58,235.47 




19.06 




130,540.72 


17.20 




143.145 2-t 


7.61 ) 
60.27 






23,483.13 
47,700.94 




„. Martin 


33,409.73 










60,707.59 










18,439.10 

2H-. ?Q\\ on 

37,177.18 






7-rj an 
476.59 







i',0 Y? tm 

24,58 
992.22 
439.70 

900.22 


Ornnjje 

Osceola 


839,504.57 


. Palm Beach 


(l) 60,803.50 


10.00 




068,761,02 

553,009.89 

86,073.07 

7a Tin •■■ 


1,066.74 


PlnelHa 

Polk 






2 7*1 i*> 
"572.'7t 
657.86 

1,041.02 
ft*R «n 

1,005.44 

404.2J 

1,074,08 

34,14 

8,415.30 

766.42 
1.14 8.13 
2,069.52 




... Ft. .Ii>hn< 


43.665.13 




08.33 

498.31 

260.71 
99.70 


St Lnde 


71 .287.84 




.. Santa Sou 


76,061.06 




65.82 

138.89 
520.85 
704.59 

1,670.17 
8.62 

129.88 
113.08 




\tV> c"* li . 


I J* fin 
25.00 
25.00 
25.00 




ppmiinle 


63.826.65 
77.481,01 

53.390.34 




Tirlnr 


] 5,700.00 

3Q3J67.B0 


246.18 

16.75 

588.01 

183.271 




Union 

Volusia 


28,844.25 






Wakulla 


70.020.75 
62,132.64 


25.00 

15.00 


Walton 
. Waahlnfton 



330 



DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 



TABLE XIX 
CURRENT EXPENSES — (Continued) 
PARTS 8 AND 4 — OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE 



1884 1985 
COUNTIES 



OPERATION BOTH RACES 




» s 
°e - 

M3S 



§i s s 

£5^ 



5 = £ *- 

■3JS v a 



MAINTENANCE BOTH RACES 




na^r-a 



a 3 u 

j|5i 

fc * 2 a s 

K3J t;- = 



S i. — 

Si! 



Total Stair 
Alachua 
Baker 

Bay 

Bradford 

Brevard 

Broward 

Calhoun 
Charlotte 

Citrus 

Clay 

Collier 

Columbia 

Dade 

DeSoto 

Dixie 

Dot*! 

Bacambla 

Flagler 

Franklin 

Oadaden 
Ollchrlit 
Gladea .... 

Gulf 

Hamilton 

Hardee 

Hendry 

Hernando 
Highlands 
nfflaliiiiiHUll 

Holme* 

Indian Rlrer 

Jackson 

Jefferson 
Lafayette 
Lake 

Le*j 

Liberty _._..- 

Madlaon 

Manatee 

Marlon 

Martin 

Monroe 

Nassau 

Okaloosa 
Okeechobee 

Orange 

Oaeeola 

Palm Beach .. 
Paaco 

Pinellas 

Polk 

Putnam 

St. Johns 

St. Lucie 

Santa Bona 
Sarasota 

Seminole 

Sumter 

Suwannee 
Taj lor 

Union 

Votnsta 

Wakulla 

Walton 

Washington 



|»816.B63.ao|»423.068.45 ; l24«.U91.21|S14T..Mi:(.ti4j*.'in 1 .i, 368.28 faoi| l HUX.25 



lii.U38.90 
1,828.46 
a, 718. 77 
3.884.89 

M8&U 

11.787.84 
2,808.22 
1.688.01 
8,297.73 

2,451.87 
1,207. 8S 
6.473.0(5 

108.01fl.58 

8,875.76 

2.184.02 

85,144.28 

23.866.89 

847.64 

4,503. S3 

8,557.07 

1,313.25 

8 is. Bt 

1,125.88 

2.378.08 

2.170.27 

1.003.87 

2,027.53 

4,836.01 

105,702.83 
4,737.09 
8.755.58 
6,035.79 
2,806. 3S 

1.1*8 jn 

21,951.67 
12,182.28 

10,790.14 
2.741. 03 
1,878.04 
2.785.63 

11.485.38 
9,28H.OH 
3,344.11 
5,628. 1 1 
4,275.08 
3,063.44 
1,775.48 

32,408.86 
8.1BH.80 

40,413.78 
6,100. 

47.052.65 

46,272.03 
5,809.74 

10,793.13 
8,281.22 
8,882.01 
9.603.30 

13.419.28 
3.288.81 
4.464.34 
1,742.21 
1.813.00 

47,482.08 
1,438.18 
IStUI 
2,578.09 



4.940.84 

784.45 

2,169.56 

1,881.68 

5,550.00 

8,820.17 

467.80 

807.00 

875.70 

782.00 

440.00 

1,819.50 

65.351.44 

1.933.30 

901.00 

44,490.30 

11,134.201 

480.001 

2,166.00 

8,477.82 

417.00 

392.50 

817.50 

712.50 

1.024.251 

BW 

1,010.00 

1,972.37 

61,630.11 

906.00 

2.639.S5 

2.420.97 

1,167.00 

578.50 

8,241 42 

8.198.99 

0,267.35 

1,649 "-I' 

1,218.501 

537.4. r . I 

4.833.80! 

S.BOO.r.ft 

1.758.41 

4.210.00 

1,444.76 

1,234.25 

876.00 

12.791.88 

4,500. B I 

20.858.38 

3,323.50 

24,955.50 

20,482.02 

2.634.00 

6,000.63 

2.51 2. 88 

1,208.30 

8,041.30 

6.860.37 

1,811.43 

1,304.00 

848.25 

■sue 

25.270.29 

800.16 

1,021.75 

990.00 



8,636.72 

604.30 

1,737.08 

1,230.87 

2,835.49 

1.01 5.17 

494.84 

638.14 

737.02 

575.88 

283.43 

1,599.78 

29,534.85 

840,50 

722.13 

32,981.53 

8,801 .02 

132.72 

1,098.82 

2,814.58 

733.78 

130.83 

249.03 

801.25 

58.53 

304.51 

814.00 

L277.26 

33.180.85 

2.134.29 

541.83 

2,720.50 

553-86 

381.47 

6,510.93 

2.041.22 

3.563.44 

H78.81 I 

251.51] 

1,179.98 

3,390.21 

2,879.46 

443.18 

244.86 

1,130.46 

947.14 

246.96 

12.664.99 

1,524.14 

12,857.30 

1.272.78 

18.675.63 

10,343.38 

1.81 0.O4 

3,410.80 

210.48 

1,517.48 

1,910.69 

4,810.15 

627. 4T 

1,751.75 

612.18 

425.64 

9.771.18 

572.08 

1,191.43 

820.08 



1,461 3D 

439.70 

1,812.13 

sy 2.:. 4 

1,207.66 
1,032.30 
1,620.58 

242.87 
1,685.01 
1,093.82 

074.45 
2,953.78 
8.029.20 
1,098.88 

580.39 
7,682.45 
4,231.67 

ncta 

1,328.11 

2.464.87 

162.47 

:». -ji. 

259.36 

MKLU 

1.087.49 

299.36 

203.53 

1,586.38 

10,883.07 

1,606X00 

574.40 

1,794.32 

885.72 

185.301 

7,199,32 

1.922.08 

1,859.35 

315.82 

410.03 

1,088.20 

3.171.28 

2,958.10 

1,142.54 

1,171.25 

1.689.86 

872.05 

553.53 

8,051,49 

2,104.55 

8.898.08 

1.513.29 

3,421.5 

15,447.53 

BC5.T0 

2,372.70 

582.81 

516.23 

1.651.31 

2,243.74 

829.91 

1.428.59 

283.80 

295.11 

12.440.59 



731.90 
766.91 



8,565.49 
1,333.41 

4.155.08 
1,738,71 
6,700.07 

11,628.42 
1,998.23 
821.98 
1,930 06 
3,219.74 
4,243.33 
1,272.94 
108,572,91 
8,415.35 
2,059.93 

B&M&H 

14,616.06 

513.02 

1,773,38 

5,100.88 

1.406.10 

819.08 

091.04 

64*. 11 

1,872.56 

60L80 

' 1,032.00 

3,115.32 

72,681.93 
82.22 
2.103.70 
3.697.67 
4.224 12 
2.152.99 

15,108.23 
8,352.92 
4.725.47 
4.038.81 
1,384,43 
2.329.14 

15,482.50 
4.203.64 
4.322.52 
618.88 
2, 365. OH 
2.488.35 
826.02 

23,090.14 
8.170.19 

35.705.03 
3,361.61 

16,477.18 

12,858.30 

3.810.04 

4,546.10 

978.40 

4,671.38 

38.398.03 
8.136.49 
2,063. IS 

11,604.33 
2.761 63 
27487.49 

23.097.89 

125.86 

5.605 64 

5.140.73 



8,585.49 
1,333.41 
4,186.08 
1.789.81 
6,700.07 

11,528.42 
1,998.23 
821.88 
1.836.08 
8,219.74 
4,248.33 
1.272.94 
108,572.91 
8,415,35 
2,059.08 

66.986.51 

14.fil6.0G 

613.92 

1,773.30 

5,160.98 

1,406.10 

610.06 

991.04 

648.11 

1,872.68 

591.89 

1.032.06 

3,115.32 

72,681.03 
62.22 
2,108.79 
8,697.67 
4,224.12 
2.15209 

15,108.28 
8.352,92 
4,725.47 
4.03B.H1 
1.884.43 
2,328.14 

15,482.50 
4,203.84 
4,822.52 
618.69 
2,380.08 
2,488.35 
828.02 

23,095.14 
3.170.19 

85.790.88 
3.381.61 

18,477.19 

12,858.30 

3,815.04 

4,546.10 

978.40 

4,871.38 

39.308.03 
8,186.49 
2.563. 18 

11.854.33 
2.761.88 
2,487.48 

23.097.85 

125.66 

5,868.64 

5.140.73 



STATE SUPERINTENDENT'S REPORT 



331 



TABLE XIX 

CURRENT EXPENSES — (Continued) 
PART 5— AUXILIARY AGENCIES 





AUXILIARY AGENCIES (Both Race*) 




1834-1935 


TOTAL AUX- 
ILIARY AGEN 
CIES AND CO- 
OBDINATE 
ACTIVITIES 
CO. & DIST. 


Q 
O 

£-3 

u 


Promotion of Health 


a 



COUNTIES 


£ >. if 

in 5 

33 sa 


ma t - 
£2"° ■ 

&e so 


S§£ t 

5 S BUS « 

b553q 


Total State . 


$1,228, 475.52 


$1,155,826.22 


t 49.447.85 


j 13.W37.il 


I 9,364.24 




Alachua 

Baker 

Bay 


35.741.23 

11,174.18 

6,337.87 

12.752.55 

23,072.19 

10,795.22 

6,944.50 

5,336.78 

7,184.20 

13,647.90 

8,766.45 

15,081.26 

99,222.93 

6,792.37 

9,839.18 

96,46B.70 

24,945.16 

7,485.28 

10,008.77 

18,826.50 

H. 201. 04 

2.933.48 

1,503.73 

9.366.52 

15,060.16 

3.185.30 

7,983.58 

11,939.56 

471693.72 

15,164.63 

10,540.98 

30,476.44 

16,705.78 

8,257.77 

29.154.41 

16,057.72 

20,104.44 

14,158.30 

10,884.05 

13,409.86 

25.431.51 

32,047.33 

6,404.42 

2.380.47 

12.765.00 

14,334.20 

3,272.77 

31,859.07 

9.493.35 

32,854.95 

17,936.43 

22,820.25 

60,303.23 

17,474.10 

16.303.88 

12,153.38 

18,260.39 

115.975.59 

21.602.80 

13.202.67 

21.105.55 

17,592.48 

7,391.63 

41.060.88 

9:31 5.59 

12.850.05 

9.850.17 


32,303.60 

11,174.16 

6,337.37 

12.746.50 

22,786.97 

9,961.14 

5,944.50 

a. 178. 53 

7,184,20 

13,567.10 

8,491.29 

14.918.90 

93,459.33 

6,792.37 

9,549.77 

72,370.63 

24,046.98 

7,435.28 

9,500,90 

17,881.60 

8,201.04 

2, 930.48 

1,563.73 

9,300,52 

16,021.41 

3.155.30 

7,782.07 

11,939.56 

41,952.20 

15,164.63 

10,478.79 

30,227.04 

16,718,20 

8,112.00 

29,142.41 

13,020.53 

19,087.15 

14,153.80 

10.634.20 

13.409.86 

25,431.51 

81,365.71 

6,404.42 

2,340.00 

12,765.00 

14.187.66 

3,272.77 

28.267.31 

9.483.33 

28.671.21 

17,926.75 

22.213.02 

58.055.69 

15,689.50 

15^24.64 

12,138.38 

18.260.39 

14,359.88 

19.809.84 

12.792.80 

20:853.12 

17.323.00 

7,365.20 

38.801.15 

9.316.58 

12,250.05 

9.B40.17 





42.49 


8,805.14 






7.05 
286.22 
177.83 






656.25 

'" 1*5*58 








Charlotte 


13.25 








Clay 

Collier 




•80.80 
274.16 

""zjmM 








Colombia 


3.390.00 


162.86 


Dixie j„... 


289^41 




22,984.70 


113.41 


•MM 

298.18 






60.00 
78.58 


423.28 
1,046.00 










Glatiea .. . 




8,00 




Gulf 
















28.79 

30.00 
167.61 

171.52 








34.00 

5,570.00 




Hillsborough - 







62.19 

178.52 
987.58 
145.77 
12,00 
457.96 
477.29 
4.50 
349.65 






41.00 


29.68 






Lafayette 







2,579.23 






580.00 






Liberty 






















681.82 












3.200.00 

373^0 1 

1,350.00 

598.33 


14.47 

88.54 

ilsssr'Te 

883.74 
.36 

234.22 

87.54 

1.186.27 

879.24 

20.00 

166.61 

902.96 
238.11 

52.43 
112.23 

26.43 
928.56 





Okeechobee 




Palm Beach 


600.00 


Pasco 

Pinellas 

Polk .... 


9.32 

B 10.00 


St. Johns 






Santa Rosa ...... 


1,450,00 
1,000.00 

200.00 

157.25 








1T1.76 








8,381.18 




Walton 








600.00 






10.00 





* Cafeteria Expenses. 



TABLE XIX 

CURRENT EXPENSES— (Continued) 

PART 6— FIXED CHARGES 





FIXED CHARGES— (BOTH RACES) 


PER CAPI1 
CURRENT 


'A COST OF 




a 


Rent (Buildings) 


Insurance 


Commission* to Ts* 
Assessor nnd Tax 

Collector 


EXPENSES 


1934-1935 
COUNTIES 


L 

d 


li 

m 

*-tCG 


■a 

3 

li 


— "5 
■a a 

II 
I] 


I 

if 
li 


«4 
H 

El 


of 

4 o 

Km 


V 

« a 

m 


Totnl State 


$343,044.94 


$ 8,490.01 




(197,870.07 


L... |i . 


t 72,441,21 


$ 33.82 


t 42.83 




2,82U,4S 
1,600.93 
1,835.56 
1,303,47 
8.DR8.44 
7.B66.05 

852.40 
1,31)5.37 
1,521.22 

868.7 1 
1,888.6s 

956.17 

55,826.R0 

1,021.71 

1,497.46 

24,532.55 

11,574.41 

1,30(1.34 

2,090.82 

8,796.32 

1.119.16 

326,18 

514.82 


1.00 

140.00 
27.00 




1,442.36 

747.32 
1,476.12 

400.00 
1,459.47 
4,073.03 

852.40 

933.72 
1,177. SI 

273.76 
1,818.71 

651.88 
25.552.46 

358.03 

995.34 

16.295.05 

6,209.42 

1,073.35 

868.18 

3.650.11 

1,001.38 

25.40 

442.29 


;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;; 


1,377.12 

457.84 
219.44 
720.85 
1,434.75 
541.87 


455.77 

450.12 
1.064.22 
3,201.65 


25.39 
30.93 
19.01 
26.45 
43,13 
30.80 
21.81 
37.82 
88.67 
39.35 
64.02 
24.99 
42.58 
29.73 
33.24 
38.77 
29,57 
36.58 
86.08 
23.01 
38.53 
47.07 
82.40 


:j] 91 


Baker 




41.84 
25.32 
33 90 






54 58 


Broward 






40.71 
30.42 


Charlotte 

Citrus 

Collier 


S.OO 
28.50 

800.00 

as"bo 

880.00 

2,547.21 
425.00 




351.21 

314.01 

4fiH.W> 

267.69 

803.81 

9,307.03 

691 .29 

502.11 

1,906.04 

2,414.55 

232.99 

733.21 

672.94 

66.35 

800.73 


16.44 

124.10 
2.23 

20,981.75 
192,37 


47.48 
47.86 
49.64 

90.83 


Dade 





83.32 
86 16 


DeSoto 

Dixie 


36.68 
51.34 


DutoI 

Flngler 


3.783.85 
2,525.44 


44.67 
35.23 

49.17 




16.00 
122.00 




974.48 

1.351.27 
51.43 


46.31 


Gilchrist 


31.03 

62.03 








55.01 


Golf 






81.78 40,77 


43.86 





m 



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"9 

13 

s 

r 

CI 

M 

/. 

W 
q 

Q 
H 

o 

5! 



Hamilton 


1,4(13.03 

849.55 

480.37 

899.64 

4,511.62 

80,040.40 

2,606.76 

2,771.78 

5,107.97 

2,200.20 

643.86 

11,120.79 

7,560.43 

8,733.88 

2,270.59 

502.42 

2,293.14 

6,844.06 

4,346.78 

2,158.01 

610.89 

980.82 

1,484.90 

487,02 

8,182.60 

• 1,374.07 

18,609.58 

2,310.94 

14,334.15 

19,603.07 

2,783.22 

1,894.41 

1,485.44 

8,417.90 

8,151,82 

8,767.02 

2,065.05 

647.29 

797.81 

WMJB 

16,118.19 

1,081.51 

1,027,25 

936.46 


5.00 




1,148.98 

411.67 

33a..W 

607. 00 

2,611.07 

13,843.04 

1,384.44 

1,607.70 

4,207.76 

1,834.20 

476.10 

5,530.01 

3,643.90 

1,388.82 

958.85 

288,50 

1,300.84 

5,781.76 

8,376.00 

1,441,13 

80.00 

649.41 

1,149.82 

410.88 

3,064,85 

1,017.83 

4,132.65 

1.05B.72 

11.643.76 

13,644.48 

1,882.62 

728.74 

509.01 

2,818.43 

6,355.35 

4,810.93 

1.655.7R 

1B2.93 

486.87 

467.30 

12,022.5:2 

735.43 

505.61 

707.25 




308.65 

380.44 
140.87 
162.04 
998.43 
4,581.58 
78S.U2 

coa.eii 

888.71 

440.41 

68.76 

2,254.14 
712.38 

1,002.24 
606.04 
87.78 
349.28 
t>88,»ti 
950.16 
457.12 
105.34 
13."). 14 
140.83 
B1.47 

1,829.08 
B68JS4 

6,007.24 
346.68 

2,621.39 

2,584.40 
236.17 
502.16 
698.47 
510.08 

1,830.06 

8,897.09 

280.38 

283.89 

300.il 4 

81.80 

8,637.67 

M6.QS 

421.64 

88,82 


157.44 

1,002.02 

6,300.17 

483.40 

616.39 

271.58 

Ji22a"u4 

3, LS8.1I 

1,342.82 

811.70 

27.14 

627.02 


24.37 
23.65 
48.02 

31.60 
38.00 
81.88 
24.69 
41.46 
13,89 
23.82 
31.87 
44.20 
3122 
27.51 
80.66 
51.59 
20.13 
84.42 
29.31 
40.71 
20,14 
30.83 
24.21 
32.19 
311.64 
82.03 
42.28 
39.08 
39.19 
30.18 
29.86 
32.46 
34.01 
23.24 
52.42 
34.93 
33.40 
20.30 
I&M 
19.04 
41.87 
29.17 
24.38 
20.94 


83.24 

3 1 72 
















59.43 
86 71 




70,00 










47 17 




216.00 

58!bo 

61.60 
253.00 

i6s"oo 

25,00 






40 31 








32.86 
49.18 






26.98 
80.81 


Lafayette 

Lake , 




45.24 
52 71 








49 52 








36.64 










37 86 


Liberty 


159.00 
10.00 

424.25 
20.00 
88.96 

271.42 

150.00 
10.00 






07 77 






27.24 






44 26 








Ho. 26 






221,80 

94.18 

102.27 

139.22 

. 2,918.17 


49.49 







81.39 






K9.47 


Okaloosa 






30,88 









41.67 


Orange 

Osceola 


71.00 






42.10 






39.77 




857.22 
037.50 
109,00 



814.80 

77.40 
200.00 

18.00 

260.00 

islib 






9,112.43 

267.04 

8,484,78 

238.63 

Mi. i ^ 

177.96 
370.48 
966.41 

219.80 

181.32 

7.05 

M(i :::i 


52.80 








49.28 


Pinellas 




52.13 


Polk 






45.79 








36.00 








39.50 


Bt Lucie 






40.03 







32.91 






BM3 






42.29 






42.56 


Suwannee 




37.84 






86.54 










25.41 


Volusia „ 


468.00 

10.00 








52.84 


Wakulla „ 




86.61 


Walton . 


34.66 

29.32 



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TABLE XX 

CAPITAL OUTLAY 





CAPITAL OUTLAY— {Both Races) 


1934-1936 
COUNTIES 


HChH 


Lots 


New Buildings 


New Furniture 
(Not Replacements) 


New- 
Apparatus 
(Not 
Replace- 
ments) 


New 
Books for 

Libraries 




CO. & Dint. 


Bond Funds 


Co. A Dlst. 


3ond Funds 


Co. A Dlst. 


Bond Funds 


Co. It Dlst. 


Co. A Dlst. 


Total Btate 


.. *478, 485,75 


t 71,538.21 


$ 139.47 


|23 3. 608. 82 ;f 34,699.2911 89.868.92 


* 1,728.46 t 


Alachua 


13,637.80 
2,509.67 

536.83 

5,372.72 

3,650.65 

1,675.98 

42.50 

1,518.21 

1,549.00 

1,442.54 

627.60 

86,358.37 


800.00 






9,758.42 


so4.se 

3.00 

792.64 

1,257.05 

106.17 


887.96 








2,040.88 

343.18 
1,712.93 

ijm.U 

1,488.45 


163.80 

27.45 

525.88 

1,564.02 

71.00 

42.50 

1 1 832.21 

34.80 

524.51 

42.46 

12,615.23 

77.00 

360.34 

200.00 

221. 5B" 

M 

09.04 




Bradford 


150.00 
1,943.86 






12.00 
397.42 

828.68 
283.67 


Broward 

Calhoun ..... 

Charlotte 




Citrus 

Clay 




186.00 
25.75 

554.62 

485.15' 

7,638.47 

912.00 
2.840.70 
3,098.49; 

2,358.95 

207.19 

489.27 

12.00 

118.75 

80.00 




Collier 


291.95 

21,901.00 

25.00 




71.46 
6,165.54 


Columbia 

Dade 




100.00 

37,838.13 




DeSoto 


102.00 

4,247.88 

4,684.79 

22,171.60 






Dixie 


2.77O.60 
233,79 

12,360.07 

539.81 

7,485.60 

246.69 

i.OSJSJSO 


723.66 


204.80 
1,610.30 


Duval 

Escambia 


5,613.04 
1,241.11 

7.56 
2.10 

30.00 


114.47 


Franklin 

Gadsden 

Gilchrist 


6,471.95 

7,666,89 

711 ua 

32.59 
631.86 

1,127.50 
113.75 

1,088,11 


884.46 

181.29 

257.25 

25.00 

121.45 


Gulf 

Hamilton 









1,008.11 




Hendry 











d 

H 

I 

B 



O 



F 

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a 

M 
GO 

s 

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3 



ll.-rillllllli. 

Highland* 

HNlslmronnli 
Holme* 
Indian Klw 

JaelUon 

Jefferson 

Lafayette 

Lake 

Lee 

Leon „ 

Lery 

Libert? 

Madlton 

Manatee 

Harlan ... 

Martin 

Monroe 

Nairn) 

Okaloosa 

Okeechobee 

Orange 

Oaceola 

Palm Beach 

Paaco 

Plnettaa 

Polk 

Putnam 

si Job tin 
SI, Liide 
Santa ftoaa 
Sum no in 
(ti<mlnnl« 

Burnter 

Suwannee . 

Taylor 

Tnlon 

Volnala 

Wikului 

Walton 
Waihlngtnn 



304.45 
871.81 

asi.nr.i.SH 

2.838.81 

mi :■ i 

ir..: j .77.r.T 

'.'i i 66 

1, nor.. 48 

9JKK.90 

4.1*27.15 

i«i.:*na is 

3.080.03 

1,101.32 

1. 1110.18 

14.710.11 

18,681.03 

1,638.28 

101.00 

1,213.78 

2.184. 10 

172.13 

10.800. 8. r ) 

2,242,27 

B8,88o.aa 
sa.uts.u 

1.177.80 

2,290.45 

8,051. G7 
1 1,418.81 

4, Hint. si 

'1.706.28 
3.849.38 
3.Snt>.fl8 
28.24 
7.462.50 
7,104,21 
2.980. SB 
1.774.G8 



43.00 

1,379.01 

isoioo 

88.13 
73.00 
55.45 

2.4 12.59 
4.88 



175.00 
80O.00 

9,378.51 
871.95 

367.51 
ini.fld 
354.25 



5,837,05 



318,54 

505.10 

58.00 



12.422>S 

871.90 

i.r.7s.i3 



1,798.03 

402,48 

285.00 

I 



•25.00 



12,178,72 
2,836.81 

10,B36 7B 
889,70 

738.00 

2,551.83 

45.00 

7,788.78 

3,288.89 

897.21 



2,670.39 

i.0n;.,-.i 
481.80 



484.75 
2,184.18 

'"'ijaiM 

2,148.20 
81,203.37 
7,888.88 
1,119,80 
1,142.34 
503.20 



7,080.98 

650.00 
l.MtO.lM 



718.68 
2,807.73 



2.980.11 

6.01 3.38 

220 94 

31538 



•U48.00 



•THir.t. 



8.378.82 
•351.78 



•13,524.03 



170.95 
454.29 

0,815.29 



4.183.48 
BMJ9 

537. so 

1.238.41 

30.00 

LA02.es 

90.44 

181.55 

7G1.10! 

1.030.971 

518.25 



3S4.T8 



2,355.31 

H0.59 

8,266.74 

861.31 

4.O32.90 
1,231.93 



47.00 

731,80 

80.65 

LB9&M 

218.15 

1,921.50 

643.71 

2.50 

681.32 

482.60 

1.310.00' 

755.691 



•841,50 



133.0H 

291.1G 
880.72 



168.85 
40.64 
02.50 

407.48 

3.593.80 



36.00 

139.08 
1-61.69 

1,665.63 
427,09 



888.88 

43.48 

••4,700.08 

47.16 

26»;no 

559.32 

'502i 65 

772.74 
438.86 

415.67 



809.18 
18.18 

1,993.04 

206.74 

1.164.64 

38*34 



•Paid from Intermit and Sinking Fimrtg. 
••891.82 of tbl* amount paid from Bond Fundi 



88.81 

4,115.54 



41.34 



181.83 

356.80 

1,283.49 

912.77 



11.56 
20.00 

673.53 
836.80 



172.15 
908.86 

i,89rB7 
24.00 

941.23 



H.5U 
477.03 
819.43 
524.37 



181.88 
28.74 



416 .17 



» 

OB 

d 



w 
W 

M 

3 
S 






TABLE XXI 
DEBT SERVICE 








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g 

H 

H 
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1 

3 

o 

3 
a 

1 

3 

d 
a 

I 

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DEBT SERVICE— (Both Race*) 


1984-1086 

COUNTIES 


TOTAL 


Payment of Notes 


Payment of Bands 
and Time Warrants 


Interest on 
Current Indebtedness 


Interest on Bonds 
and Time Warrants 


Other Payments 




DEBT 

SERVICE 


County 

and 
District 


Interest 

and 
Sinking 
Funds 


County 

and 
District 


Interest 

and 
Sinking 
Funds 


County 

and 
District 


Interest 

and 
Sinking 
Funds 


Count j 

ami 
District 


Interest 

and 
Sinking 
Funds 


County 

and 
District 


Jutereat 

and 
Sinking 
Funds 


Total State 


* 5, 4 16, 402.06 


1859,914.86 


f 2.134.86 


1216,768.21 1|1 


(2,188,871.98 t 97,008.84 


l 329,286.49 


Alachua 

Baker 


161,503.77 
10,152.74 

9,826.17 
82.424.91 
80,231.15 
86,870.01 
35.224.93 

7,275.84 
29,177.26 
26,754.00 

7,009.93 

84,774.24 

772,487.19 

12.142.22 

8,4S6.8« 

440,592.62 

89,350.41 

4.014.62 
59,033.94 
26,114.00 
16,825.52 

2,767.52 

3,461.48 
18,631.19 
18,475.04 

6,040,12 
16,915.44 
27.995.32 


62,360.00 
2,250.00 

26,242.18 

22,782.67 

8,660.00 
23,400.00 

6,827.75 
87,864.00 
50,000.00 

1,270.53 

3,600.00 
50,712.00 

1,500,00 

22,064.67 

9,000.00 

179.84 





6,000,00 


28,150.00 
2,760.00 

8,630.00 
11,200.00 
17,760.00 

2,500.00 


9,022.77 

1,262.74 

1,250.67 

737.58 





11,906.00 

1,246.00 
2,920.00 


84.076.mi 
3,880.00 
4,335.00 
2,815.20 
20,030.15 
00,284,22 
6,725.30 
6,762,00 
2,799.39 
1,404.00 

4,800.00 
386,017.20 

2i967.29 

227,025.00 
85,274.00 
4,014,02 
6.B1O.O0 
11.575.00 
3,733.05 
1,808.10 
1,275.16 
7,130.00 
2.778.12 
5.220.00 
3 880 OO 




4,040.60 




Bay 

Bradford 




8,750.00 
0,415.29 
3,216.86 

1,880.00 




Bre»ard 






Broward 


496.00 



176.87 

8.36 

MSSJil 

io^O 

64.85 

36.00 
41.54 

Wn 

u: no 


6.10 


Calhoun 

Charlotte 


513,34 

800.00 
808,22 

8,187.74 
90,00 

1,401.92 
189.39 

4..'i{t2.5() 

i.r»fin.:tr. 

168.02 

1 ,030.58 

2,592.47 

43.11 

151.32 
1,378.48 
1,415.57 

BH&77 

104,27 


6,000.00 




Cltrua 

Collier 


14,406.50 
1,500.00 


816.00 


138.50 


!!!!!""!!!!""!" 


860.08 

™"zz!z 








Columbia . ,„ 
Dade 


3,800.00 

128.680.00 

6,752.50 

1,600.00 

100.000.00 

30,600.00 

30,000.00 
13,500.00 

1,500.00 



2,000.00 
8,000.00 
2,200.00 
850.00 
1,000.00 
8,300.00 


122.50 

(a) 188,146.78 

3,717.27 


DeSoto 


1,000.00 


300.00 
58,263.12 
18,000.00 


Dtile 

Duval 


Escambia 

Flagler 

Franklin 

Gadsden 

Gilchrist 




0,816.62 


168.74 

1.26 
8.42 


Gladea 


642.06 





28.47 


Onlf 








Hamilton 

Hardee 


1.961.17 
1,487.18 

id,2bo!6o 

39.00 


82.79 


800,00 


81.30 


1,060.68 

123.10 
nr.0.117 


120.00 

4,404.24 

304.89 


Highlands 




19,471.05! 


... 
| 81.00 



Hillsborough 

Holmes 

Indian River 
J lick son 

Jefferson 

Lafayette 

Lake 

Lee ..., 

Leon 

Levy 

Liberty 

Mndlson 

Manatee 

Marlon 

Martin 

Monroe 

Nassau 

Okaloosa 

Okeechobee 

Orange 

Oaeeola 

Palm Beach , 

Pasco 

Plnellsi 

Polk 

Putnam 

St. Johns 

St. Lucie 

Santa Rosa .. 

Sarasota 

Seminole 

Sumter 

Suwannee 

Taylor 

Union 

Volusia 

Wakulla, 

Walton 

Washington . 



539,790 
88,004 
22.990 
98,020 
6.785 
16,100 

124,063 
92.320 
67,900 
8U.lt.il 
4,935 
44,182 

338,659 
00,417 
18,986, 
18,1115 
12.740 
62.270 
4,600 

201,915 
26,655 

305,214 
26,100, 

320,777 

403.052 

44,703 

08,012 

20.197 

25,130 

24,408. 

70,014 

8,902 

17,811 

6,167 

2.790, 

180.087. 

8.190. 

19,887. 

30,025 



.99 

10 

SO 
,T8 

,01) 
21 
M 
,'.2 
.92 

l4 l 
33 

4!) 

,M 

.or. 
00 

.'JO 
HI 

.14 

13 
,T« 
.f',2 
.ST 
r,i 

ii 
,60 

il 
M 
OS 

29 
Id 
2D 
XI 
94 
.07 
00 
BS 
78 
13 
88 



70,000.00 



19,611.34 

14,780.00 
1,360.00 

2S.9S4.00 

l.f, 250,00 1 

8,000.00 



15.345.00 

4,«5O.0O 

13,200.00 

10,000.00 



3ri,O20.00 

(c) 1,538.00 

24,168.76 

847.46 

50,000.00 

iw.Mo.u 

9.207.95 
2,000.00 



15.000.00 
328.59 



10,000.00 

203.15 

225.00 

3,000.00 



6,500.00 
11,000.00 
24,274.32 



(h> 500.00 



12,000.00 



4,000,00 



5,520.00 

"iiiooolbo 



21,054.50 

!..\Mlo.0O 



100.00 



1,000,00 
2,600.00 
2,781.85 



0.45O.21 

32.400,00 

8,000,00 

528.98 



2.580.00 
5,950.07 



248.080.00 
B.000.00 

12,962.20 

80.100.00 

8,645.00 



41,020.00 

32,395.00 

18.500,00 

7,762.601 

' wmoo 

26.500.00 

14.500,00 

2,000.00 



6,000.00 

2.480.23 

(d) 1,250.00 

80,200.00 

15.220.00 

119.830.00 

6.600 .00 

118.782.86 

206.070,07 

11,500.00 

9.000.00 



8.000.00 

12.830.00 

18.000.00 

6.000.00 

8,360,001 



73,390.651 

I 

8,080.001 
8.600,001 



1. 883.77 
4,022,70 

"'BJ89~02 

326.24 

210.00 

677.63 

1,487.15 

5,817.80 



174,99 

57.71 

3.376. SO 

1, 10.74 

145.78 

570.81 

231.97 

131.44 

15,539.38 

41.50 

684.68 

441.63 

580.00] 

5,841.90 

1,797.75 

182.03 

215.93 

850.83 

59.^00 
1.849.10 
1.296,88 
2,007.07 

Urns 

228.31 
528.23 
1)1.16 



8,490.00 

2.1 3 s. 20 
1,200.00 



3,869.00 
""JSTHMW 



2,063.00 
2,512.50 
6,915.68 
877.36 
3,090.00 



800.00 

15,592.50 

2,842.09 

1,786.17 

1,050.00 

10.640.38 
3,373,82 

"l.S4S'.07 
721.74 



120.00 
1.000.00! 



1,160.00 
(11 150.00 



549.98 
1,406.42 






208,856.80 

7.457.50 

7,895.00 

22,568.74 

180.00 

7i,145>2 

58,283.41 

16,225.00 

4,170.84 

1,265.00 

11,270,00 

39,582.50 

12,183.22 

3,227,50 

4,770.00 

7,100.00 

8,047.45 

653.80 

124.721.50 

6,704.58 

130.375.00 

14,175.0O| 

43.582.381 

169,122.041 

14.847.08i 

27,030.00 [ 

3,628,571 

19,487.141 

10,682.371 

40,070.001 

850.001 

8,804.82 

8O00 

84,735.83 

16.001 

8.860.091 

2.1'O.T0| 



1,523.90 



11.15 



670.33 



40,075.02 
2.85 



3,080.82 
1,809.11 



<b) 



506.42 



1.746.78 

70.58 

220.77 



14,636.80 
8.80 



<e> 



478,001 it) 
13,605.191 
4.770.J8I 



2,540,85 



9 
10 

3,450 

28. 

414. 

69. 

52. 
53.335 
49,405 

24 



12 
(if) 
67 

m 

4!) 

02 
o.l 
73 
12 
12 



20.00 
46,09 



(11,49 



tsi 


368.86 
2!!).01 
956,78 
183.11 




KM 


tf) 


6,817.31 
401.46 



I 



% 

H 
09 

q 

H 
§ 

% 
H 

m 
1 



m 
a 

GO 



s 



§ 



(a) 123.480.00 of this amount was paid from Bond Fonda. 

(b) 1231.33 of this amount was paid from Bond Funds, 
(r.) $750.00 of this amount was paid from Bond Fund*. 

(d) Thla amount was paid from Bond Funds. 

(e) This amount was paid from Bond Funds. 



(f) 8814.24 of this amount wna paid from Bond Funds, 

(ft) 8305.78 of this amount was paid from Bond Funds, 

(hi This amount was paid from Bond Funda. 

(I) Thla amount was paid from Bond Fund*. 

(J) Thla amount was paid from Bond Fund*. 



TABLE XXII 
(a) INVESTMENTS; (b> INVENTORIES AT CLOSE OF YEAR; (c) CASH AT CLOSE! OF YEAR 





INVESTMENTS 


Inventory 

ol Stores 

and Free 

Text 

Books 

at Close 

Of Year 


CASH ON HAND JCNE 80, 1935 


1034-1033 
COUNTIES 


TOTAL 
INVEST- 
MENTS 


General 

and 

District 

Funds 


Bond 

Funds 


Interest 

and 
Sinking 
Funds 


TOTAL 
CASH 


General 

and 
District 
Funds 


Bond 
Funds 


Interest 

and 
SlnklDg 
Funds 


Total Ktute 


¥ 14S.18U.78 


S r>0,-l77.5S 


$ 4,080,81 


$ ao.631.30 


$ 10.4U4.42 


S3^i>43,2S2.98 


S1.744.3M1.47H 


Alachua 






4,073.04 




241.70 
113.39 


85,908.10 

6,017.00 

6,401,87 

6,068.01 

38,478.20 

61,672.11 

5,099.34 

16,865.56 

34,897.18 

9,131.47 

15,152.78 

17,818.23 

529,836.15 

10,480.85 

16,577.06 

276,567.07 

24,073.60 

14,786.93 

10,838.59 

16,710.05 

12,002.04 

6.079,99 

5,264.98 

6,492.61 

6,787.88 

2,787.58 


07.134.05 

2,967.50 

5,165.20 

652.66 

36,931.24 

42,035.87 

4,123.87 

16,021.03 

15,322.33 

8,250.58 

11,056.25 

13.074.20 

294,883.00 

1,847.44 

14,137.92 

17,906.03 

5,517.16 

14,437.60 

7,203.34 

4,147.16 

8,075.69 

5,805.95 

4,208.17 

3,640.42 

3,297.39 

1,720.38 


l:«i.N2 
16.55 


18,897.23 
3,050.46 
1,236.67 
6,515.95 
1,540.96 

18,719.69 
875.47 


Baker 

Bay 


110,939.55 


49,B9iUu 


67,271.05 


Broward 

Calhoun 


407$) 

266.27 
62.28 
15.87 

NHLli 

148.86 

410.77 

2,609.71 

1,304.65 


Charlotte 

Citrus 


39.25 
36.835:23 


844.53 

19,574.85 

880.94 

506.53 

4,704.78 

198,617.20 


Clay 

Collier 

Columbia 

Dade 




8,633.41 


Dixie 










1 439 74 


Duval 








258,661 .04 


Escambia 











18,556.44 














349.24 


Franklin .... 

Gadsden 












488,44 
29.71 


3,106.78 
12,539.18 


Gilchrist ... 










3,926.35 
274.04 








i 








Gulf 






1,056.81 


Hamilton 










2,852.19 


Hardee 












3,490.49 


Hendry 


■ 












1,058.20 





s 

g 

B 



O 



F 

a 

a 

00 

i 

— 

o 
a 



Hernando 


£422.72 

5,038,71 




, , 




8,422.72 

4,148.82 


214.72 
orir.,00 

588.22 


5,766.89 

18,994,56 

840,593.67 

3,663.86 

3,678.08 
27,139.19 
44,168.30 

3,988.41 

137,880.14 

16,118.32 

20,001,88 

34,542.06 

4,469.31 

19,676.94 

44,231.11 

129,981.90 

4,100.38 

1,105.06 
14,471.77 

8,989.03 

1,410.67 
261,414.59 

3,091.28 
16,617.71 
27,103,31 
432,828.07 
224,069.70 
2, , i.7S'^.ti2 
45,736.15 

1,702.82 
•31,841.79 
62,405.03 
72,474.02 
13,857.68 
16,449.55 
23,988.96 

4,320.70 
173,915.05 

6,111.03 
19,402.50 
21,970.23 


3,519.27 

8,602.01 

183,373.19 

•1,115.47 

2,416.10 

12,233.56 

42,855.65 

3,988.41 

102,310.47 

2,042.96 

0,801.76 

4,826.57 

3.845.83 

17,914.57 

26,879,49 

102.817.38 

3,382.61 

•152.87 

18,046.17 

5,423.20 

1,386.26 

185,537.59 

2,578.06 

14,718.46 

1 1,469,09 

5,326.81 

94,595.68 

16.425,72 

26,830.77 

1,603.65 

•87.950.70 

40.098.61 

45,125.42 

8.175.77 

8.307.91 

23,988.90 

4.223.14 

104,877.00 

0,861.08 

8,789.48 

14,321.15 


~ = ;: 


2,237.62 

10,392.55 

157,220.48 

4,779.32 

1,259.98 

14,905.61 

1,312.65 


Highlands , 

Hillsborough 


1 

882.12 


7.77 


Indian River 







943.80 














Lake „... 








293.84 

413"72 
629.14 

2,223.29 


124.80 

'69,29 

1,898.78 

1.13 

3.59 


36,435.87 

14,075.36 

18,200.12 

29,715.49 

824.48 

1,762.37 

17,282.33 

25,465.74 

716.64 

152.19 

1,420.60 

8,566.73 

18,72 

75,877.00 

513.22 

1,494.43 

12.634.22 

425,894.30 

127,690.87 

7,858.90 

18,905.38 

99.17 

6,109.00 

19,400.24 

27 348 60 


Leon 

Levy 


















Marina 




Martin 




2,788']8d 


Monroe 






1,011.69 
30.07 

118.2S 

1,750.00 

122.74 

443.50 
552.92 


Okeechobee 


2,788.80 


Orange 








Oiceola 


13,000.00 




'18,000.60 


404.82 

' i'«04"»fl 
1,774.34 






*„♦..,...., 


Putnam 


....,....*.........,.. 


St. Johns 

























35.20 

76.60 
224,93 


2,006.18 







Sumter 


10,000.00 


B.681.91 


Rowan nee 


130.38 


8,011.26 




10,000,00 


2,128.54 
259.95 


87.56 
88.909.51 







Wakulla 






15,818.02 

7,649.08 








■ 









8 



•Ovwdraft, 



TABLE XXIII 

OUTSTANDING INDEBTEDNESS 

PART I— COUNTY-WIDE INDEBTEDNESS 





TOTAL 


NOTES 


BONDS AND TIMK WARRANTS 


OTHER 








M 






Hjj 


uirn ims 


COUNTY 


■ ea 




2 


a ■ 




£ 


COUNTY 


COUNTIES 


INDEBT- 
EDNESS 


ij 

s-6 


_ « 

fifi 


11 


5 s "S 

iijn 

Ull 

_Hg2 


_ i 
11 

V 

,5 m 

El 


p 


INDEBT 
EDNE88 



T"tnl Win If 

Alnclma 

Biker 

Bay 

Bradford 

llrev-ird 

Broward ...... 

I'llllKillll 

Charlotte 

Cltnii 

("lay 

Collier 

Columbia 

Dade 

DeSoto .... 
Dixie 

Dural 

Escambia 

FlnBler 

Frnnkliii 

Oadideti 

GllrbrUt 

Cladca 

GttK 

Ham It ton 

Hardee 



itn.M.i.l-i'.i.-tl iti.t,-t]t.;i.w.zn it >m4.272.ih, * MftH.tioH.JT |MUhl.u6i.4ti i*l.i3-t,;i.iii,iiu 1*1 



1 




im i, a _: . • mi 

11,151.38 

1011,174.18 

B8.2xo.ofl 

Bll.8UO.00 
896,837.40 

«. "in Mill 

14,036.40 

8S,0nil.lMi 

355.28 

131,188.80 

,441.650.42 

68,630.70 

84.000.00 

145.D1O.O0 

143,000.00 

11.147.45 

4,008.32 

4,150.00 

28,065.00 



766.03 

50.707.00 

130.866.4 B 



bu.j^i'i.uu 
10,1100.00 
78,820,84 

2,255.32 



6,Oi 10. 00 
4,036.40 



131,188.80 

307,050.42 

28,500.00 

'l26,810;00 



4,000.00 
4,150.00 

28,000.00 



48,025.80 
18,340.00 



... ■"" 
10.5(H). 
78,838 

2,250 



4,036.40 



6.000.00 
10,000.00 



4.150.00 
28,000.00 



37,146.80 
1S.340.00J 



S3,72,t.Ui» 



6,000.00 



131,188.80 

301,650.42 
0,500.00 

lBsioibloo 
4.oo6!oo 

iltMoo 



i -i. i. "mi.tui 



117,000.00 
26,000.00 
66.000.00 

300.807.45 



lO.OOO.OO 



1,044,000.00 

84,000.00 

34,000.00 

20,000.00 

143,000.00 



90,000,00 



.,11, mill, i hi 



8,000.00 

0,000.00 

25,000,00 

176,350.00 



1,000.00 



264,000.00 
4,000.00 



20.000.00 



18,000.00 



77,000,00 



Hendry 

Bemando 

Highlands .. 
Hillsborough 

Holmes 

Indian River 

Jackson 

Jefferson .... 
Lafayette 

Lake 

Lee 

Leon 

Levy 

Liberty 

Madison 

Manatee 

Marion 

Martin 

Monroe 

Nnwnii 

Okaloosa .... 
Okeechobee 

Orange 

Osceola 

Palm Bench 

Pasco 

Pinellas 

Polk 

Pntnnm 
St Johns 
St. Lucie .... 
Santa Rosa 
Sarasota 
Seminole ... 

Samter 

Snwannee .. 

Taylor 

Union 

Volusia 

Wakulla 

Walton 

Washington 



7.072.17 
101,000.00 

50.1.64 
129.000.00 | 

iee,43G.fi4 

138,065.00 

30,714.88 

80,000.00 

43,037.8.'! 

77,000.1111 

10.278.70 

20,1500,00 

193,950.00 

16,737.06 

18,000.00 

493.000.00 

89.700.00 

95,(594.71) 

S4,000.O0 

39,000.00 

2U6.S87.08 

145,286.36 

250,000.06 

26.000.00 

537,500.00 

55.000.00 

280?S57.Ot 

175.000,00 

411,711.00 

166.T35.07 

132,366.02 

102,276.40 

231,000.00 

2,000. 06 

78,050.00 

1 8O.fl26.00 

68.00O.O0 

15,400.00 

9.80o!oo 

26.038.13 

134.344.44 



2,000.00 
5.000.00 



106,436.64 
66.96S.0O 
16,000.00 

'"*QS£o6 



4,278.70 
20.500.00 

oi.ysci.on 

325.00 



46,125.85 
54,000.00 

1,000.00 
10.336.06 

8,338.08 



26,000.00 



65,000.00 

S-.7Il.oll 



53.433.34 
4,276.49 



4.050.00 
78,020.00 
24.000.00 



9.800.00 
28.038.1 3 
34.533.00 



5.000.00. 



166.436,61 
69,965.00 
16,090.00 

' iXibfuJo 



2,000.011 



64,950.00 
162,80 



36.000.00! 
54,000.001 

1,900.00 
to. 336. 06 

B.S88.08 



26,000.00 



65,000.00 
"flSJStMW 

53. -133.34 
4.276.49 1 



26.038.13 
34,032,00 



4,278.70 
20.500.00 

Krj.r.u 



10.125.85 



19.961.00 



4,050.00 
78.02B.no 

24 ,000,00 



6,800.00 

'" noo.oo 



90,000.00 



120.000.00 



72.000.00 
12,000.00 

hO.000.110 



77,000.00 

n.ooo.oo 



129,000.00 

5,000,00 

18,000.00 

493,000.00 
89,700.00 
48,000.00 



38.090.00 

ll6.ooo.oo 

103.000.00 
250,000.00 



537.500.00 

55,000.00 

214,000.00 

175,000.00 

326.000.00 

141.000.00 

72,000,00 

08,000,00 

231.000.00 

2,000.00 

74.000.00 

102,000.00 

42.000.00 

15,000.00 



49.O0n.Oft 



13,000.00 



15,(100,00 



29,500.00 



2o,ooii,oo 
6,000.00 



19,000.00 
3,000.00 

owooioo 



10,00000 



13,000.00 
40,000.00 
27,000.00 
10,000.00 



177. 50(1. 00 

12,000.00 

111,000.00 

5,000.00 

73.000.00 

43.000.00 

0,000.00 

8,000.00 

30,000.00 



69,000.00 
12,000.00 

s.oooioo 



I7.ooo.no 



83,000.00 
J2olb6o.66 

'&7,ooaoo 
12,000.00 

SO.500.00 
57iO0O;O0 



110,000.00 
2,000.00 

18.000.00 

403,000.00 

8B,7O0.00 

88,000,00 



26.000.00 

76.oon.no 

76.000.00 
240,000.00 



360.ono.no 

43,000.00 
103,000.001 
170,000.00 I 

253,000.00 1 

98,000.00 I 
68,000.00 I 
00.000.00 I 
195.000.00 1 
2.000.00 [ 
15.000.00 I 
0O.0O0.00 I 
42,000.00 1 
12,000.00 



32.nno on 



TABLE XXtll 

OUTSTANDING INDEBTEDNESS 

PART 2— DISTRICT INDEBTEDNESS 



I' 









NOTES 




BONDS AND TIME 


WAHRANT8 






TOTAL 
DISTRICT 














OTHER 
DISTRICT 


1984 1R35 


IS 




I 


1 S 






41 

e 


COUNTIES 


INDEBT- 
EDNESS 


59 

o3 




-1 V 

B 
-5 t* 


fill 


■ 






INDEBT- 
EDNESS 






HO 


s* 


K*- 






A. 





Total Wtiiti- 


l48.0IKi.iiO.'i.Ttl If 1.086. 9"1.03 If 773.418. 821* 313.4H2.21 If 4.'».23n,720.70 


f 2.153.421.81 1 (43,086.304.(10 If 275,578.05 


ALiCuua 

Baker 

Bay 

Bradford 


84U,5if&,UU 

61.500.00 

89.478.60 

79.000.00 

9515,050.00 

1,828,800.00 

118.500,00 

190.903.00 

118.850.00 

84.288.00 

10.074,29 

KU.iwin no 

8,878,. r .5O,0O 

231.192.32 

2,400.00 

4.281.500.00 

H88.50O.OO 

75,000.00 

110.823,58 

204.7SO.00 

71) .574. 60 

fi3.296.80 

38.314.73 

121,583.97 


89,025.00 




8,800.00 

00.00 
2,600.00 

322,850.00 

300.00 

1,400.00 


su.uaa.oo 
""iisiso.oo 

2.225.00 
0,028.00 

""4,938.00 


tiOO,.iOU.OO 

61,500.00 

80.000.00 

70.000.00 

848,000.00 

1,818,000.00 

111,850.00 

100,013.00 

112.000.00 

32,000.00 

3,44fi.0O 

80.000.0(1 

8.5 50 .000. 00 

219.50O.O0 

1 ,000.00 

4,281.500.00 

568,500.00 

75,000.00 

108.000,00 

204,780.00 

75,630.62 

49,093.83 

85,000.00 

102,000.00 


52U,8i>O.U0 

5,000.00 
29,000.00 
43,000.00 
292.O0O.O0 
22.850.00 
50,000.00 
19,500.00 
3,300.00 

171,000.00 
17,000.00 

1,000.00 

11,000.00 


33.050,00 

81,500.00 

84,000.00 

50,000.00 

803,000.00 

1,520.000.00 

80.000.00 

134,013.00 

92.500.00 

28,500.00 

3,445.60 

89,000.00 

8, .18 4. 900. 00 

202,500.00 

4,270.0<Mi\00 

068.500.00 
75.000.00 

108.000.00 

204,750.00 
75.830.62 
49?093.8.1 
33,000.00 

102,000.00 


47S.00 
109,800.00 


Broward 

I'lllllKlJU 

Churlotte 

Citrus 

Claj 


8,000,00 

50.00 
8.860.00 
2.225.00 
6,628.69 

822,850.00 
S.238.60 
1,400,00 


8,856!b'6 


Collier 




Columbia 

Dtfl 

Dt Soto 


0,458.88 


Dixit 


Flagler 






2.828.S8 






2,048.21 






3,944.03 
309.93 

3.500.21 


3,944.03 
309.03 










3.893.04 


Gulf 


2.000,00 


3 314 73 


Hamilton 


581.00 


18,05476 



E 



w 
g 

55 
O 

I 



I 



Hardee 

Hendry 

Hernando 

Highlands 
Hillsborough 

Holmes 

Indian River 

Jackson 

Jefferson 

Lafayette .... 

Lake 

Lee 

Leon 

Levy 

Liberty 

Madison 

Manatee 

Motion 

Martin 

Monroe 

Nassau 

Okaloosa 

Okeechobee - 

Orange 

Osceola , 

Palm Beach 

PaRCO 

PlnellM 

Polk 

Putnam 

at. Johns 

St. Lucie 

Snnta Rosa 

Sarasota 

Seminole 

Sumter 
Suwannee . . 

Tnylor 

Union 

Volusia ... 

Waknlla 

Walton 

Washington 



341,070.85 
125,000.00 
64,000.00 
418.083.88 
5,084.750.00 
172.fl00.73 
205,135,00 
3Kg.SS8.04 



1,113.050.00 
702,102.40 
318.000.00 
143.030.00 
54,0311.00 
158.000.00 
584,500.00 
270,400.00 
114,489.71 
258.000.00 

in<i,:iiiiUMj 

208.908.51. 

80.025.80 

2,504,450.92 
233.400.00 

2,083,343.73 
283,000.00 

3,504,471.27 

2,882,029.12 
204,888.00 
462.000.00 
156.305.82 
297,000.00 
750.903.90 
705,f>rMi.f>0 
288.165.34 
166,700.00 
2,525.00 
8,000.00 

1,989,600.00 

77.500.00 
124,283.86 



9,907.44 I 



6,063.27 

l.atiO.OO 

16,300.73 



4,438.25 



fi.40O.O0 
6,102.40 
5.000.00 
4.680.00 



54,900.00 



10,267.64 



343,822.58 
5,000.00 

rt.H!t.-lr> 

120.228.12 

7,638.00 



317.37 
7,000.00 
6,105.34 



2,625.00 

s.iooioo 



5.783.96 



0,867.44 



5.292.27 

1 .350.00 

16.300.73 



2,020.00 



6,400.00 



4.6S0.0O 



10.297.64 

230,172.59 
100.00 



6.449.40 

120.229.12 
7.638,00 



ai7.3T 

6.165.34 
I 



5.783.96 



771.00 



2.418.25 



6,102.40 
5.000.00 



54.900.00 






113,750.0(1 

800.00 

5,000.00 



7,000.00 



2,525.00 
5. 1 Uh.hh 



28T.600.00 
125,000.00 
64.000.00 
411,754.70 
5,083,400.00 
186,300.00 
205,135.00 
347,150.00 



1,107,550.00 
096.000.00 
313:000.00 
130.250.00 
48,600.00 
156.060.00 
584,500.00 
215,500.00 
102,677.32 
268,000.00 
150.500.00 
180.600.00 
30,600.00 

2,153,700.00 
232,500,00 

2,078,843.73 
293,600,00 

3,493.850.00 

2.772,400.06 
256,750.00 
462,000.00 
1 50,000.00 
207.O00.0O 
755,182.00 
698.000.00 
282,000.00 
186,700.00 



8.000 00 
1,984,500.00 

" 77.80OJ)O 
118.600.00) 



39,100.00 

20,000.00 

0,000.00 

16,000.00 

12,000.00 

138.3IKUH! 

50,000.00 

500.00 



28,500,00 
87,000.00 



H..'ihiKhh 

6,660.60 

3,300.00 

25,000.00 

ni«MLT0 

83,000.00 



2,000.00 
63.103.21 
15.000.00 
is, nun. no 
21.000.00 
1 4.600.00 I 
20.000.00 

5,000.00 
48,000.00 
94,182.90 

BLhoo"oo 

1.000.00 



43,500.00 

1,500^00 
6.560.00 



208,500,00 
105,000.00 

55.000.00 

395,754.70 

5,071,400,00 

18.000.00 
105,135.00 
346,650.00 



l.ll78.<i:.tl. 

609,000. 

313.000. 

130^950. 
42,000. 

152.700. 

559.600. 

215,500. 
91,041, 

226.000, 

150,500. 

180,600. 

30.000. 

2,153,706, 

280,500. 
2,015,240: 

278.000. 
3,415',850. 
2.751,400. 

242.250. 

442,000 

145,000. 

249.000 

661,600 

698.060 

230.660 

1S5.706. 

abbo. 

1,041,009 



76.060.00 
112.060.00 



33,572.21 




TABLE XXIV 

EXPENDITURES FOE ELEMENTARY SCHOOLS (Gndu 1-4J 
PART I— INSTRUCTION 



'£ 



b 
w 

Ed 
H 

K 
a 



O 

s 

f 

M 

o 

p-> 

a 
■/. 

a 

O 
5! 





TOTAL 
INSTRUC- 
TION 
GRADES 1-6 


INSTRUCTION 


1934-1935 
COUNTIES 


MmIm 

ol Suptrviiori 


Seleriei 
of Principal) 


Salarltaot 
Clawoom Teachcn 


Eipennci of 
Teachers' Meetings 


Pre* Textbook* 
Purnitbed by Count r 




White 


Negro 


White 


Nefro 


White 


Negro 


White 


Negro 


Wbita 


Negro 


Total State 


% 5,618,989.78 


1 21,475.60 


1 4,416.45 


$ 224,541.74 


S 32,386.43 


4.216.288.58 


S 908.942.79 


1 431.19 


S 35.78 


■ 7.646.34 


f 1.035.86 


Almcbm 

Biker 


97,989.97 
29.548.05 
47,656.48 
31.750. 9i 
47,494.43 
57,952. 18 
25,318.70 
13,570.03 
24,421.93 
22,230.15 
10,300.56 
48, SIB 71 
641,199.65 
32,589.44 
33,477.33 
664,304 35 
177,273.01 
8,112.66 
19,370.93 
80,303.61 
16,349 67 
12,868.94 
9,150.21 
30,609.30 
38.8.15.20 
14.373.45 
31,378.21 




641.43 


3.135,00 


1,867.00 


60,995.3! 
24.384.16 

38,601.77 
25,341.11 
33,231.85 
40,828 05 
19.238.06 
10,279.00 
19.520.00 
18.391.58 

9.010.00 

33,346.50 

514,308 32 

27,891.42 

15,092.85 

457,491.48 

134,499.04 

5,460.00 
13,582.66 
43.149.05 
13.382 61 

9.170.34 

7.342 94 
23.513.12 
36.110.89 
12.835.77 
17,000.26 


25,740.00 
4,109.37 
4,443.34 
4,466 98 

11.399.20 

14,233 78 
4,984.00 
1.950.00 
3,640,00 
3,237.19 
952.50 

13,289 00 

61,630.69 

3,254 84 

S,t3f.29 

119,592.23 

27,663.71 
1,720,00 
3,733.76 

36,101.23 
1.020 00 
951.32 
1,518.00 
3,735 00 
2,284 00 
1,295.75 
3.814.10 


7.00 


15,90 


173.30 










3,300.00 
343.33 














7.82 




6.30 
449.60 












4 80 




























15,00 








Charlotte 






623.00 






104.87 
661.26 


















Collier 








2,760.00 




34,449.40 

735,50 

1,135.00 

50.583.72 

5.472.00 

800.00 

507.00 

3.050.00 

1,924.64 


2.813.89 


4.24 




91.33 

7,90 

381 93 

16 32 
140.73 
269 15 


37.43 










37.86 

32.00 
71.88 






DftSoto 








Dixit 








10.00 




Duval 


9,413.00 


850.00 


12,171.00 
344.00 


392.47 


Escambia ........ 

flatter 


















Frank Un 






239.20 












12.30 




172 82 


180.91 








Cladc* . ..,,.., 














Gull 










14.30 




121.01 




























18.33 




















173.00 






8. 00 









41,569 191 

562.312,76 
53,733.26 
29,449 60 

113.413.74 
39,722.39 
17,104 46 

104,884 8' 
58.083.66 
87,344.51 
41.817.42 
30,290.03 
30,316.37 
93,807.34 
89,204.09 
15,967.51 
29,984,94 
28,812.12 
32,263.56 
I2,082.9t' 

182,165.22 
22,916.92 

213,409.96 
43.339 S3 

290,317.79 

340,089 86 
60,467.65 
60,418.21 
27,045,94 
43,147.93 
56,078.12 
81,217.37 
38,758.12 
58,648.8' 
34,165.79 
10,224 24 

176.055.94 
18,083. 16 
44,345 58 
39,480.81 


.... . . 

4,792. S3 


'i|s2L77 


1 ,764. oq 
28.056.8) 


3,813.83 


30,797,50) 
454,421.36 
48.763,4! 
20.699,61 
77,732.21 
20,374.11 
14.954.38 
77,095.64 
48.160.31 
45,136.40 
31,653.26 
19,026.62 
27,479.37 
73,171.64 
51,349.85 
11,945.96 
23,655.86 
17,581.75 
26,562.54 
9,895,00 
134,380 68 
18,332.34 
162.151.62 
33,425,75 
237,201.25 
290,910.49 
40,977.35 
35,809.14 
18.257.09 
38.619.83 
43,523.30 
55,569.50 
27,677.35 
44,201.57 
26,875.25 
8, 460. 00 
125,051 67 
12.454.50 
37,002.23 
30,508,78 


8,022.99 

48.794.88 

1,069.18 

S. 938. 28 

30,261.56 

16.847.50 

703.57 

16,598.61 

6,547.00 

36.434.50 

9,011.54 

8,376.81 

17,357.85 

12,760.57 

32,592.47 

3,402.48 

3,627.46 

4,999.73 

2,462.45 

1,040,00 

25,074.60 

3,146.92 

35.318.75 

5.236,00 

32,276.00 

40,320 60 

15,650.48 

13,653.48 

5,548.96 

3.876.87 

5,625.00 

20,072.00 

9,763.90 

12,064,76 

4.540.00 

1,530.00 

34,163,75 

4,284.75 

3,301 45 








43.72 






423.65 
110.94 


4.50 














1,976.36 
2,011.75 


















31.00 




163.32 














tee . 














160.45 
10.79 

73.51 
297.62 




690.20 


182.89 

304,00 
353.86 


7,413.67 












11.28 




3.00 




3,000.00 












» * « » ■ i * . . * . . 










1,780.24 
7,320.00 
2,010,00 
1,040.00 

1,687. SO 

3,599.87 

203,94 

673.00 

15,955.40 










i»I6fi 




























6.44 














632. 2-i 

1,130.00 




53.80 


6.47 












































640.00 




















179 42 

30.99 

341.03 

173.39 




















9,219.76 
3,266,50 
14.058.00 


1,864.54 

**i[98o!66 






384.66 


























Polk 


1,000.00 


300.00 






858.37 


41.85 




2,900.00 

2,534.80 

423.55 


420.00 

3,354.62 

891.85 








St. Johns 














1,317.87 








23.35 










1,332.00 
1,283.00 








333.88 

744.65 
96.71 
99.70 






1,600.00 




99.14 

19 00 
15.00 


9.88 


47.05 














733,00 

880.00 












........... 




















8,622.00 


1,025.25 






19. S7 

16.75 

484.78 




Wikulla 




262.30 




























640 00 




6,000 00 


7.50 







TABLE XXIV 

EXPENDITURES FOR ELEMENTARY SCHOOLS (Grades l-6> 

PART I— INSTRUCTION— (Continued) 



I 







INSTRUCTION 




1934-1933 
COUNTIES 


Free Textbooks Furnished 

by State Which Were 

Distributed During Year 


Library Unkcep 
and Expense 


Classroom 

Supplies and 

Eipense 


Tuition County 
Line Pupil* 




White 


Negro 


White 


Negro 


White 


Negro 


White 


Negro 


Total State 


t 72,150.91 


$ 47,423.35 


% 4,191.37 


$ 13.32 


I 63,360.35 


I 10,402.15 


t 4.152.16 


J 95.41 






4,181.30 
119.44 

259.66 

1,510.75 

1,061.32 

430.29 

74.18 

122.77 

100 W) 

24.44 


372.84 
112.24 
39.86 




450.04 
148.63 
269.31 

90.50 
410.58 
409.63 

41.84 
177.00 
143.81 

81.32 

88.14 

224.84 

12,006.57 

237 , 56 

1,209,85 

3,057.01 

1.838.42 

20.01 
308.74 
331.31 
145.16 
611.92 

71.02 
378.77 
163.45 


124 06 
21.65 
10.00 


456.20 






477. 36 

2,090.20 

1,036.01 

272,87 

1,261.25 

598 88 

193.98 

294.02 

220.06 

92.70 

1,650,47 

5,3(3.48 

231.10 

211.06 

4,700.76 

2,485.00 

295.78 

443.56 

3,000.00 

77.21 

331.42 

281.74 

630.88 

226.08 




























214.78 
156,15 


















10.63 












60.75 


105,27 




Citrus 


40.07 






Glay 








2.48 




7.10 












Dade 


3,742.64 

179.11 

471.71 

1,930.00 

3,872.26 


117.56 




3,043.11 
9.59 
2.30 

2,699.43 


192.00 










277.45 


5.15 














48. SB 










16.87 
53.72 
13.75 








147.85 
4,192.06 


54.44 


























Glades '. 








59.04 


1,745.00 




Gull 












210.30 

24. Oft 


101.23 














8.25 









223.85 

475.54 

494 10 

9 ,920. 08 

2,400.00 








39.72 
71.93 

273. 3B 

6,840.47 

1,260.06 
227.19 

1.091.57 
281,90 
824. S3 

1,962.09 
745.94 
498.86 
196.83 
563.13 
300.50 

1.916.96 
246.03 
313.38 
B9.44 
67.08 
430.08 
182.57 

2,413.55 
269.40 
570.92 
510.48 

2,148.45 

2,233.69 
514.48 

1,019.18 
111.36 
93.36 

4,191.86 
921.39 
162.40 
726,73 
102.48 
195.00 

3,009.27 
107. SO 
378.33 
141.43 


3.36 

2.00 

42.42 

930.89 










6.38 

8.56 
8.76 








123.52 

2,162.84 

69.67 

560.66 

834.59 

1,271.92 
50.00 

1,310.38 
901.58 

1,018.75 
276.25 
179.25 

1,370.37 
529,28 

1.570.80 






.98 


525.00 


95.41 










47.50 






996.50 
902.30 
402.03 
433.48 

569.19 

500.00 

324,83 

358.50 

1,370.38 

3,06635 

2,039.44 

166 81 

168.82 

818.94 

2,143.33 

233.33 

989.13 

482.60 

1,230.01 

405,90 

1,192.46 

4,173.71 


192.01 
44.66 

7.50 
31.19 
37.18 

87.13 
.83 




79.23 












Lafayette 

Like 










9.00 
161 . 58 

67.23 






Lee 








Leon 


















5.48 






99,04 
31.09 
30.06 
40,94 










6.36 


315.17 

129.03 

37.67 

16.60 

15.33 

1 20 

2.30 

58.95 

188. 08 

452.66 

63 96 

11.28 

207.06 

5.34 

183.74 




















107.01 
599.42 

S4.70 
1,826,51 














460.00 
42.36 














Orange 


604.60 
476.59 








2,071.38 

223.05 

1,350.35 


3.80 
33.50 

"iiloi 


.83 










PinellM 

Polk 

















St. Johns 


503.48 
372.26 
557.85 
837.93 
73. S4 
775.97 
404.24 
774.06 
34.14 

2,210.26 
459.63 
838.51 

1,209.52 


2,248.64 
200.45 

"203!69 
542.26 
229.47 

300.00 


111.13 



















■••■- 










29.06 

159.37 

22.70 

60.00 

108,00 

5.10 

343.69 

182.12 

3.00 








93,59 

17.12 

337.85 

571.00 



















Taylor 













Volusia 


1,205.13 
306.79 
209.62 
860.00 


406.40 
8.62 

127,66 
113.58 






Wakulla 

Walton 


















s 



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TABLE XXIV 

EXPENDITURES FOR ELEMENTARY SCHOOLS (Grades 1-6 J 
PART 2— OPERATION; PART 3— MAINTENANCE 



1934-IOJ5 
COUNTIES 



Total .State . 



f 48*, 539, 33$ 211,315.73 



Bay 

Bradford . 
Brevard , 

Broward . 
Calhoun, 
Charlotte 
Citrus... 

Clay 

Cottier... 

Dade 

DeSoto. 

Dixie 

Dtrral... 
Escambia 
Flagler . 
Franklin. 
Gadsden. 
Gilchrist . 
Glade*. . . 
Gulf..... 
Hamilton 



OPERATION 



TOTAL 
OPERA- 
TION 
(grades 1-6) 



Wages of 
JaaubXi 



White 



.929 >)'/ 
,188.26 
,195,33 
625.81 
!477.84 
.108.04 
.669 24 
946.59 
947.95 
258. 32 
151.39 
,561.641 
599.40 
395.06 
128.36 
802.54 
786.19 
576.68 
,413.38 
.409.9 
916.48 
425 3." 
593.69 
,510.70 



2,577 

467, 

1,604 

1,158 

2,798 

4,850 

26? 

477 

706 

482 

387 

1,010 

33.939 

1,103 

164 

25,799 

8.126 

320 

980 

1,663 

279 

260 

309 

359 



Negro 



$ 22,963.52 



402.55 
6.50 



272.50 
705.68 



50.00 



2,351.82 



5,700.30 
913.40 

"m'.bb 

82.50 



Fuel, Water, 
Lights and 
Telephone 



White 



$ 121,276.92 



1,619.79 
346 61 

1,447.23 
870.26 

1,284.04 
677.88 
330.22 
307.34 
630.21 
305.85 
214.66 
808.50 
13,806,01 
470, 01 
387.63 
17.128.16 

3,264.60 

90.65 

431 . 33 

1,247.07 

525.03 

97.62 

136.00 

428.50 



Negro 
% 20.729.82 



357.19 

47.64 

9.00 

32.50 

337.17 

254.88 



18.00 
53.93 

30,00 

36.92 

12.00 

3,567.60 

18.48 

69.82 

4,665.86 

1,688.00 

1.75 

76.95 

118.47 



10.50 



Janitor Supplies, 
Other Operating 
Expenses 



White 



$ 79,529.59 



836.89 
312.47 

1,134.54 
540 46 
686 48 
421.54 

1,076.72 
124.23 

1.500.24 
390 47 
502.31 

1,711.19 

3,892.21 
792. 15 
505.11 

5,916.01 

2,911,18 
143.24 
727.34 
995.30 
1 1 1 . 83 
67.23 
136.12 
719. 7S 



Negro 



I 8,723.9: 



136.42 
7.84 



24 42 

98.90 
197.17 



20.00 
57.37 



9.9 

19.20 

1,042.39 

11,12 

1.80 

392.66 

842.81 

21.00 

74.76 

303.20 



2.0; 

2,95| 



MAINTENANCE 



TOTAL 

MAINTE- 
NANCE 

(grades 1-6) 



$ 423, 738.33$ 361,529.41 



5.051.91 

1,087.82 

1,204.09 

1,387.07 

5,110.59 

6.038.72 

1,332.16 

587.76 

1,840.42 

2,642 99 

2,292.41 

662; 03 

70.708.22 

3,017.21 

1,459 16 

53,013.22 

13,541.30 

343 35 

1 ,282. 88 

3,215.45 

982. 47 

362. 9S 

677.43 

348.77 



Repairs, Replacements i 
Other Upkeep 



H 



Current 
Expenditures 



WhiLt 



3,506.59 

1,033.12 

1,204.09 

1,231.01 

3, 405. 47 

4,521.39 

1,332.16 

568.86 

1,520.77 

2,642 99 

2,249 83 

662.03 

60,013.03 

2,526.04 

1,390.20 

51,738.43 

10,341.00 

320.35 

669.09 

2,019.75 

982. 47 

350.70 

585.19 

338.51 



Negro 



$ 62,208 92 



1,545.32 
54.70 



156.06 
1.705.12 
1.517,33 



18 

319.65 



9d 



42.58 



10.695.19 

491.17 

68 96 

1 ,274. 79 

3,200.30 

23.00 

613.79 

1,195.70 



12.25 
92 26, 

10.26 



Bond 
Funds 



- I 



White 



m 



o 



E 

Q 

M 

I 

3 

M 

§ 



Hardee . . • ■ • 

Hendry 

Hernando,,. 
Highlands... 
Hillsborough 

Holmes 

Indian River 

Jackson 

Jefferson... . 
Lafayette . , . 

Lake 

Lee 

Leon 

Levy 

Liberty 

Madison., . . 

Manatee 

Marion 

Martin 

Monroe 

Nassau 

Okaloosa.... 
Okeechobee . 

Orange 

Osceola 

Palm Beach . 

Pasco 

Pinellas 

Polk 

Putnam. . . . 
St. Johns . . . 

St Lucie 

Santa Rosa. 

Sarasota 

Seminole 

Sumter 

Suwannee . . . 

Taylor.. 

Union 

Volusia. . . . . 
WakulU.... 

Walton 

Washington. 



1.273.33 

906.93 

980.70 

3,258.67 

62.304.18 
4 ,298 76 
2,241.6 
4.S92.38 
1.462.51 
832.76 
9,928.93 
8,635.03 
6,415 39 
2,044.60 
1,038.04 
1,733.22 
6,401,68 
5,472. S9 
2,461.98 
3,679.86 
2,591.3.' 
2,136.02 
992. 6, 

17.183.53 
4,023.72 

22,425.50 
3,293 52 

24,615.68 

22,931 68 
2.784.27 
7,136.83 
2.146.8 - 
1,925.9 
6,254. 13 
8,681 62 
1,315 OB 
2,843 63 
1,393.21 
671.23 

24,856.74 

272.00 

1,896 15 

1,186.99 



303 

S3T. 

375. 

1,244 

34,022 

597 

1,544 

1,4151 

583 

408 

3,761 

5,445 

2.894 

1.123 

608 

264 

2.684 

2.117 

1.134 

2,340 

722 

831 

487 

7,346 

2,316 

1 1 .038 

1,533 

14,106 

10.558 

1,212 

2,608 

1,270 

742 

3,729 

4,H9 

896 

739 

690 

384 

11,504 



317.23 

400 00 



3,101.67 



106 eta 

1.38 



625 . 00 

455.00 

7.80 



235.50 
170,00 

9.45 
460.00 
105 00 

6.50 



390 00 
230.41 
645.69 



1,045.00 
865.20 
1 1 50 
785.12 
279.40 



172.25 
396.95 



2,131.45 



30.20 

175.10 

409.16 

757.84 

16,423.72 

1,386.00 

317.37 

1,827.45 

276.74 

274.03 

3,051.23 

1,002.13 

1,612.75 

586.30 

150.81 

573. 2S 

1.543,72 

1,298.10 

254.88 

156.95 

457.74 

626.44 

121.73 

5,736.04 

598.86 

5,852.95 

695.48 

6,896,24 

4,498.82 

915.99 

1.609.40 

128.35 

1,044.33 

1,214.26 

2,382.43 

295.66 

985.20 

481.25 

311.65 

3.716.59 

272.00 

852.50 

420.08 



43.00 

117,72 

1,546.34 

714.00 

40.75 



40.11 



399,03 
195 . 77 
379,23 

31.50 
4,50 

68.53 
160.67 
125.98 

62.15 

"207 ^24 
41.50 

"oOb!25 

51.56 

1,226.17 

70.00 

815.77 

424.22 

200.46 

400.63 

19.95 



129.96 
MS 03 



50.00 
2.00 

4.50 
472.07 



78.58 



720.29 
169.33 
123.77 
973.49 

6,291.73 

1,056.52 
232. 79 

1,309.79 
556. 19 
150.63 

2,630.59 

1,154.13 
858. 28 
295.10 
273.68 
817.04 

1,398.97 

1,595.31 
859.10 
466.31 
822.97 
613.56 
347.67 

2,735 44 
724.10 

3,336.36 
981.54 

1,566.94 

6,315.71 
290.67 

1,345.81 
408.85 
139.58 
945.41 

1,147.36 
322.80 

1,029.43 
219.96 
170.83 

6,721.60 



647.82 
366.91 



19.81 

25.00 

27.77 

165.05 

918.66 

544.28 



2.10 
5.96 

86! 4! 
212.02 
215.28 



.80 
9.70 
177.86 
165.70 
141.78 
256.60 
276.39 

16.52 

35.7 
167,5, 
102.09 
325.6 

13.00 
185.48 
269 09 

54.15 
187.17 

40.28 



63.20 
216,37 



40.00 



290,25 



1,744.04 

397.37 

639.26 

2,373.76 

42,061.41 
54.26 
1,372 54 
2,662.40 
2,371.68 
1,769.86 
9,622.34 
3,938.23 
3,048.81 
2,882.78 
1,135.42 
1.936 28 
9,879.86 
2,415.19 
2,388.3 

330.76 

1,735.21 

2,159.66 

656.07 

14,795.03 
2,242.2 

23,010.4 
I,7M I 
9,722.51 
8,284 88 
2,903 04 
3,393.64 
745.42 
3,676.68 

34,864.31 
4,295.24 
1,481.77 
8.246 33 
1 .950. 36 
2,080. 18 

12,303.9 

125.66 
5,135.16 
3,500.00 



I, 



1 ,5.54.40 

397.37 

545.33 

1.881.54 

35,810.95 

54.26 

1,372.34 

2,606.18 

1,877.57 

1,769.88 

8.338.41 

5,525.24 

1,016.65 

2,450.08 

821.25 

1 ,746 94 

9,011.35 

1,339.04 

1.776.30 

305.81 

.19B.41 

1,911.80 

573.09 

12,639.76 

I 903.45 

20,326.08 

2,624.59 

8,649.25 

7,167.97 

2,019.97 

2,392.45 

650.46 

3,676.68 

26,054.69 

3,306.29 

1 ,395. 14 

5,839.79 

1.918.38 

1,766.16 

10.992.96 

98 26 

3,069.42 

3,500 00 



189.64 

"93]93 

492. 22 

6,270.46 



56.22 
494.31 



1,283.93 
412.99 

2,032.16 
432.70 
314.17 
169.34 
868.31 
576.15 
611.85 
24.95 
556 80 
247,86 
82.98 

2,155,27 
338,80 

2,684.37 
150,68 

1,073,26 

1,116.91 
883.07 

1,201.19 
94.96 

'S',B69.62 

988.95 

H H 

2,406,54 

32.00 

314.02 

1,510 99 

27.40 

63,76 



m 



so 



O 

s 



se 



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TABLE XXIV 
EXPENDITURES FOR ELEMENTARY SCHOOLS [Gradei 1-6) 
PART 4— AUXILIARY AGENCIES AND COORDINATE ACTIVITIES 



1934-1935 


TOTAL COST 

AUXILIARY 

AGENCIES AND 

COORDINATE 

ACTIVITIES 

(Grades 1-6) 


TRANSPORTATION 


PROMOTION OP HEALTH AND COORDINATE 

ACTIVITIES 


HOME 


COUNTIES 




Salariu 


Kipense 


DEMONSTRATION 




White 


Negro 


White 


Negro 


White 


Negro 


White 


Negro 


Total State 


t 768.163,92 


t 721,518.73 


I $15,157.52 $ 16 ,684; 74 


$ 2,020.10 


I 8,814.09 


$ 257.29 


$ 3,710.45 






21.124.66 
8,997.37 
1.043.12 
9,488.68 

12,723.72 
4,886. 15 
4,296.34 
3,370.20 
3,037.20 

13,560,40 
7.751.48 

10.40S.90 

47,317.85 
2,864.15 
6,796,19 

70,977.85 

14,281.71 
4.957.20 
9.506,96 

11,895.03 
5,644,68 
1,749.08 
1,023.45 
5,612.41 
9,233,61 
1,721.98 


21,108.06 
8,997.37 
1,028.12 
9,388.27 

10,620.64 
4,052.07 
4,296.34 
3,049.95 
5,037.20 

12,759.60 
5,745.77 
9,925,90 

42,998.40 
2,864.15 
6,547.69 

69,427.18 

13.971.53 
4,957.20 
9,488.96 

10,850.03 
5,644.68 
1,746.08 
1,023.45 
5,612.41 
9.204.86 
1,691.98 








16.60 
























15.00 

96.00 

1,938.24 




















4.41 

164.29 
177.83 














.53 








656.25 


















Charlotte 


170.00 


140,00 




10.25 
















Cl«y 


720.00 

1,791.31 

480.00 






80.80 
204.01 








10.39 


















2,310.00 




2,009.43 






















248.50 

350. 7 1 

12.00 
























999.96 

298.18 






























18.00 
























1,045.00 


























3.00 








Golf 






































26.00 

30.00 


1.75 






















5,296.27 

7,959.71 

35,889.03 

10,008.65 

9,156.31 

21,433.70 

9,139.29 

5,907.87 

14,023.82 

10,025.55 

11.982,25 

8,481.50 

6,864.40 

10,504.86 

10,106.74 

17,151.18 

4,775,60 

2,360.47 

6,998.25 

9,733.28 

1,482.41 

19,137.71 

7,783.49 

17,845.31 

10,347.00 

13,028.80 

48,658.95 

10,069.59 

12,751.37 

4,677.78 

12.052.04 

12,731.62 

11,388.95 

5,236.93 

11.632.21 

12,865.50 

5.910.32 

22.830,79 

4.190,00 

7.476,05 

2,000.00 


4,808.32 

7,939.71 

30,524.73 

10,008.65 

6,306.92 

21,224.18 

8,8-16.75 

5,803.85 

14,011.82 

6,841.83 

11.478.71 

8,478.30 

6,701.15 

10.304,86 

10,106,74 

16,653.86 

4,658.69 

2,346.00 

6,575.75 

9,715.28 

1.482.41 

17.290.24 

7,783.49 

14,581.32 

10,210.00 

12,421.57 

46,127,75 

9,052.99 

12,045,47 

3,542.56 

12,052,04 

11,343.92 

8,880 62 

5,123.82 

11,430.94 

12,649.83 

5,898.45 

20,639.25 

4,190.00, 

7,176.05 

2,000.00 


443. 7S 


34.00 




10.20 








Highland* 












4.662,70 


533. SO 


145.60 


2,50 
















2.787,20 






62.19 

178,52 
292.34 
104.02 
12.00 
291.97 
185.04 
3.20 
163.25 










31,00 






















Lafayette, ........... 








Lake 






tee 


990.18 


1,580.20 


299.77 


21.60 








318,50 


































































370. 32 


123.00 






Martin 


116.91 
















3.60 


8,87 








422.50 












8.00 




10.00 























965.00 




882.47 




















858.30 
137.00 

1,401.20 


1,536.51 


389.28 


134.66 


1.43 


343.81 




Pintllai 


119.29 
675.00 

200.00 


233.72 
223.33 


234.22 

50.00 

393.27 

694.96 

12.00 








Pollt 




403.00 














10.94 








1.123.22 
























1,256.20 
830.00 




131.50 

759.87 

113.11 

48.77 

99.65 

11.87 

486.63 










827,30 




40.96 


















152.50 
116.00 






























10.00 


1,362.09 


300.30 


32.30 












Walton 












300.00 






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352 



DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 



TABLE XXIV 

EXPENDITURES FOR ELEMENTARY SCHOOLS (Grade* 1-6) 
PART 5— FIXED CHARGES* 









FIXED CHARGES 






1934-1935 
COUNTIES 


TOTAL COST 
OF FIXED 
CHARGES* 
(Grades 1-6) 


RBNT 

(Buildings) 


INSURANCE 


COMMISS 
TAX ASSESSOR 
AND TAX 
COLLECTOR 




While 


Negro 


White 


Negro 


White 


Negro 


Total State 


$ 171,762,02 


S 2,623.24 


f 4.757.11 


1 106,650.42 


113,313.86 


J37.197.02 


% 5,220.37 




1,934.73 

786.34 

1,165.09 

919.77 

2,101.87 

3,002.80 

284.13 

781.77 

1,326,84 

624.00 

1,710.91 

594.52 

20.985.66 

1.096.73 

836.09 

13,487.00 

4.762.72 

879.88 

646 4S 

2,206.33 

752.62 

269.78 

283.17 

802.18 

646.06 

240. 19 

562.04 

2,448 92 

15.029.38 

1,434.40 

1,719,16 

3,695.06 

1,239.91 

346.19 

3,001 22 

3,093.36 

1,750.23 

1,083.13 

418.89 

1,463 38 

4,192 99 

3,114.20 

1,337.23 

421. 1! 

436 90 

845.58 

203.80 

3,298. 1« 

953.60 

5,694.43 

1,477.89 

7,251.57 

10,669.04 

1,554.43 

658.25 

1,109.26 

2,170.07 

6,141.80 

5,486,79 

989.43 

207.20 

436.31 

234.70 

8,343.65 

591.23 

768,17 

541.39 


1.00 




767.10 

385.00 

805.65 

341.36 

736.16 

2,160.73 

284.13 

502.69 

951 . 83 

253.60 

1 , 163. 83 

316.12 

10,967.65 

2S1 99 

333.98 

7,971.40 

3.6S8 02 

715.58 

60.00 

1,528.11 

703.51 

25.40 

226.93 

627.99 

321.68 

169.75 

330.00 

1,677.49 

11.129.17 

905.74 

848.57 

3,033.81 

696.07 

294.10 

3,214.83 

2,141.10 

866.14 

668.68 

199.25 

1.138.49 

2,954.94 

1,654.98 

779.09 

80.00 

182.85 

732.77 

116.65 

2,187 10 

631.31 

1,974.08 

863.92 

5,070.38 

7,563.75 

933-45 

373.35 

356-47 

1,741.48 

4,348.19 

2,840. 10 

761.50 


247.68 
62.32 


918.95 
339.02 
219.44 
535.69 
478. 25 
384.92 




Baker, , 






Bay 

Bradford, ♦ .....* 




140.00 




16.87 


9. S3 
409.21 
457. 15 




16.32 
478.25 




















5.00 
28.50 




22.00 

31.60 


252.08 
314.91 
370.40 
212.44 
178.40 

4,457.16 
510.74 
502. 1 1 

1,196.64 




Citrus , 






Ctny ......... , 




Collier 




300.00 




34. 64 






100.00 
4,420.00 










1,140.85 


DeSoto f t 




304,00 












1,375.43 
225.00 


1.171.76 

200.00 


1,361.75 
679.70 

130.63 

186.30 


210.00 








143.69 

254.01 
385.92 

49. 11 
244.38 

16.88 
169.19 
297.53 

70.44 
162.04 
596.03 
2,424 86 
520.68 
593.69 
552,62 
279.09 

52.09 

1,469.94 

46R.2I 

632. 54 

414.45 

60.64 
229.54 
393.92 
500.18 
258.49 

57.52 

64.68 
100.89 

40.75 

815.10 

191.94 

2.544.61 

251.47 

1,260 69 

1,938 30 

148.71 

209.03 

504.51 

410.54 

1,540.11 

1,48804 

205.93 

188.05 

219.48 

31 .90 

1,937.87 

346.08 

348.12 

41.39 


20.61 






15.00 
106.00 


186.81 












Glades,.. ........ 






■ 39!36 




Gulf . . . , , . , 










5.00 






Hardee ,.,.-. 








26.85 














30.00 


40.00 






Hitsboroujli. . 


75.40 

710.50 
7.98 

221.90 
46.00 
31.75 


100.00 




210.60 


554.25 






55.00 
253.00 






61.50 


1.13 


Lake 








108.00 
25.00 


208.43 
387.00 
251 , 35 




Lee 




72.05 
















Liberty , 


135.00 


24.00 

16.00 

364.72 

20.00 








79.35 
279.41 
770.24 
186.15 






•-.. 







168.80 




113.50 




268.42 

75.00 
7.00 




15.17 






98.20 


16.17 







4.92 




46.40 
224. 95 
130.35 
248.56 

751.50 

520.89 

157,47 

33.73 








71.00 














337.22 
25.00 

169.00 


569,96 




337.50 








Polk 




646.10 




32,00 


282.80 
76.36 

200,00 
18.00 






163.78 




48.28 














211.81 

478.41 

22.00 


41.69 




10.00 


80.00 


590.24 







19.15 






172.35 
190.10 
5,582.58 
245.15 
410.05 
500.00 


44.28 

12.70 

717.70 




,," 












105.50 




Wakulla 








10.00 













* The grand 
Fund for comrn' 
expenditures* 



total of expenditures 
isaons to tax **— ■*■*■ 



for Fixed Charges ioclu 
and collectors, which 



des (72 .441.21 paid from Interest and Sinking 
15 not included in elementary and high achoo] 



TABU XXV 

EXPEND! TURKS FOR ELEMENTARY SCHOOLS (Grades l-«) 

PART 6— CAPITAL OUTLAYS 







- — ^^^^^^^^^= 

CAPITA! OUTLAYS 


1934-1935 


TOTAL 
CAPITAL 

OUTLAYS 
Grades 1-6 


LOTS 


NEW BUILDINGS 


NEW 
FURNITURE 

(Not 
Replacement*} 


NSW 
APPARATUS 

(Not 
Replacements) 


NEW BOOKS 


COUNTIES 


Current Fundi 


Bond Fundi 


Current Fundi 


Bond Fundi 


FOR 
LIBRARIES 




Whit. 


Negro 


White 


Negro 


White 


Nefro 


While 


Negro 


White 


Ncero 


White 


Necro 


While 


Nefro 


Total State 


S 297.701.10 


139,737.22 


f 17 .415.28 


125.00 




liitjstsi 


836,023. 10 


123.801.61 




833,174.74 


S3, 142.44 


|I3. 321.63 


Si.12l.0S 


18.796.79 S 273.64 




10,829.47 
3,414.77 


560 00 












9.738.42 




413.51 
131.89 


"iisioo 


1 83 
106.90 




93.69 














3,040.98 
























416.54 

3,423.00 
1,194.89 

1,343.24 


'] 16 67 
971.92 








267.61 








1.88 
247,65 
438 15 


400.00 


22.88 

12.50 

341.02 

33.51 


15.00 
149.88 


7.50 
63 00 
265.84 
94.39 












1,713.93 
















1,215.14 




























i. sis. 21 

1.504.00, 

1.29B.64 

332.60 

53,960.23 

97.00 

2.983. SI 

925. 19 

22,021.60 










1,488.43 








181.00 

5.75 

414.49 

210.15 

2.940. 42 


5 00 
99.03 

4 00 


1,332.21 

4.10 

466.02 

32.45 

2,703.00 








Collier 


5.60 






218. II 














60.39 












ioo.oo 

15,007.82 










Dwte 


9,504.40 


11,000.00 
30.00 







9,635.58 








'"ii'.ob 


2.071.17 


93 + S4 














3,537.53 
233.79 

11,712.27 


343.03 






184.81 

691.40 

3.848.49 






28.40 


























Fnw^" 


5,613.04 








647,80 






, , 


100.00 


















4,309.07 

3,376.48 

530.37 

10.65 

206.81 

1,127.50 

80.00 

508.00 

123.76 

551.20 


917.50 


15.60 






1,251.57 








1,893.37 


9.60 





m. » 






Gadlden 






3,286.79 






89.69 

131.72 

5.00 

30.00 




Gilchrist 


5.65 








346,99 






131.33 




.31 






Glades 










Gull 


3.10 














160.77 
12.00 
80.00 




33.94 








30.00 






1,085.50 










Han) re 












































308.00 


























llll s* 
381.11 


13.88 










43.00 
















178.09 




49.00 





8 



s 

H 



O 
IS 

a 
to 

*— i 

a 

Z 

09 

H 

W 

§ 
O 

z 



Hillsborough . 

Holmes 

Indian River. 

Jackson 

JeBeraon 

Laf ayette, . . . 

Lake 

Lee 

Leon 

Levy 

Liberty 



Manatee 

Marion 

Martin 

Monroe 

Nassau 

Okaloosa 
Okeechobee . . 

Conge 

Osceola 

Palm Beach. . 

Pasco 

Pinellas 

Polk 

Putnam 

St. Johns .... 
St. Lucie .... 
Santa Rosa. . 

Sarasota 

Seminole .... 

Sumter 

Suwannee . . . 

Taylor 

Union. 

Volusia. 

Wakulla 

Walton 

Washington. . 



,133 

,741 
191 
,319 

738 

./mi 

600 
♦39 

158 
071 
984 
952 
,821 

,»sa 

.170 

'706 

,184 

St 

,870 
,242 
331 

420 

177 
882 
296 



994,36 



130.00 

78.34 

75.00 

33.45 

1,269.20 

4.86 



87.50 

200.00 

4,089.28 



172.04 

' 177113 



30.00 

454.25 

58.00 



262.05 



671.95 
134.90 



3,087,05 



2.80 



(0 25.00 



(a)8,974, 
1,741. 



25 <b)3,242.60 

61 



8,906 
269 
495 

2,551 



816 

1,109 
697 



2,033 

10. 

(d) 683 

'"'247! 
2,184 



35,686 

5,269 

1,119, 

568 

505 



1.242.81 



45.00 
5,620.16 
1,134.34 



480 (XI 
47.00 
22.50 



1,164.00 
2,148.20 
4,238.61 



339.42 



tc) 719.60 



5,027.28 



(08,296.31 



2,920.63 
3M 93 

360.06 

236.98 

30.00 

50.00 



131.35 

603.60 
445.83 



282.18 



1,226.52 



1,732.82 
341.01 



3,071.50 
1,231.93 



84-37 475.56 



1,210.50 
87.44 



16.84 
396.25 



30.59 

,939.10 
4.00 



98.40 



89.60 

5.00 

61.30 

3.10. 37 

2,515.80 



18.00 
129.08 
394.95 
238.59 
143.21 



21.25 



(.1)1,088.96 
27.30 



559.32 



10.22 

182.00 

14.32 



43.48 

352.02 



74.35 



128 88 
212.26 
816.31 
438.29 



20.00 
351.30 
415.36 



31.65 

341.33 



232.95 

'79i!6j 



41.34 
6.48 



27.37 
23.52 



I I 

DO 

., fcrj 

1 

30.00 m 



10.39 

12! 66 



I 

V- 

H 

3 



100 
555 
,129 
001 
731 
184 
014 
27 
192 
234 
,489. 
415 



11,233.13 

500.00 

1,353.13 



1.189.75 
39,03 



4,660.11 

"".ii 



289. 



650,00 
719.17 



521 
2,503 



196.98 



411.66 



142.30 



1,531 
128. 



387.78 



215.28 



(a) tl ,243.00 of this amount paid from Interest and Sinking Funds. 

(b) $841 . 50 of this amount paid from Interest and Sinking Funds, 
(e) Paid from Interest and Sinking Funds. 

(d) 1351 ,76 of this amount paid from Interest and Sinking Ponds, 
(a) $45,91 of this amount paid from Bond Funds. 
(0 Paid from Interest and Sinking Funds. 



484.27 

86.65 

846.15 

144.00 

,463.76 

401.61 

2.50 

384.70 



158 04 
34.15 



93.00 
202.08 
311.61 
100.40 



20.00 
28.96 



7.73 
208.90 
638.72 
292.14 



15.00 



87.75 



612.00 



210.00 



388 99 

105.74 
525 DO 



1.07 



94.36 
24,74 



200.001 



78.50 



TABLE~XXV 

EXPENDITURES FOR HIGH 5CHOOL5~(Gr«de»"7.|2) 
PART I— INSTRUCTION 





INSTRUCTION 


1914-1933 
COUNT1BS 


TOTAL 
INSTRUC- 
TION 

Grade»7-12 


Salaries 
of Supcrvim 


Salaries 

of Principals 


Salarin of 
Gunroom Teachers 


Expense* ol 
Teachen* Meeting* 




whit. 


Negro 


Whit* 


Negro 


White 


Nefro 


White 


N'tyra 


Total SUte 


f 3,871,723.11 


f 14,0)9.38 


f 1 ,583.00 


I 309,048 I 2 


> IS. 300.88 


1,196.592 82 


$ 222,639,48 


f 339.62 


* 2.60 




70,602.43 

It. 782. 23 

12,316.92 

11.395.80 

41.291 81 

[61,983.59 

9,814.35 

7,125.91 

13,065.16 

11,367.05 

8,970 41 

32.652.05 

61l.4BI.27 

15,559.56 

11,389.00 

394.149.51 

131.175.92 

3,941 6^ 





33.37 


11,501.10 
1,400.00 
1,565 00 
1,066.67 
6.000.00 
8.6O0 00 


2.050.00 


St. 380. 60 

9,980 00 

10,450.74 

10,247.59 

31.786 30 

30,267 30 

9, 6 19 03 

3,474.73 

9,240 00 

8,100.00 

B.B39.50 

21,881.25 

516.823 29 

12.229 98 

8.546.90 

349,985.55 

104,930 31 

3,336.00 

11,004 80 

39,261 49 

7,111.75 

4.182 IB 

3. 387. 75 

10,077.49 

12,151.52 
6,097.50 


3,900,00 


11.00 


2 


60 


BruKwd 


















4,050 00 
760.00 


4.68 











































1,263.00 

2,800.00 
1,313.00 










Citrvu 










Clay , 






600.00 


1,000.00 

3,190 00 

30,348.02 
1,099.23 






Collier 






1.06 






3,660.00 




3,050.00 

36,359 64 

1,760.00 

1,770 00 

I7.3SS.43 

IS, 230 00 

400 00 

273.00 

3,050 00 

943.36 

1.400.00 






Dadt 


2,316.00 

704.00 
1,000.00 

111.75 


27.50 
31.13 
95 90 
15.31 










Diik 










3.679.63 




11,096 62 
9. 7 IS S3 






















16,488.68 
30,313.81 
8,185.57 
7,074.57 
3,553 19 
14,079 90 
12,069 74 
12,437.6% 






3.443.71 
7,399.00 


13.00 
12.50 




Gadsden .,,....*,,,*' 
































10 SO 










1,780 34 

1 .800.00 


















3.54 
















7.996.89 






1.760. 00 







7.00 





HLghl*ndi , ,.,.... 


24,001.25 

369,568 68 

26,408.56 

17,259 33 

35,136,79 

16.338,42 

8.216.73 

78,145.77 

43.130.86 

53,233.71 

24,821.46 

10,208.30 

15,984.31 

57,118.61 

61,869.44 

8,353,23 

23.470. 16 

13,639 88 

24,850.94 

8.386.52 

145,271.44 

21,029.97 

158,437.89 

29,856.09 

361,308.69 

347,258.3(1 

33,939.43 

31,263.28 

31,686.24 

33,087 6> 

31,430.24 

35,530.51 

29,634 38 

33,781.47 

24,502 54 

7.213.25 

160,840 61 

11,894.73 

30,928.49 

16,954 6J 


2,474.67 


493.56 


3.328.00 
26,557.69 


2,901.50 


20, 134.50. 

305,066.56 

25.120.55 

16.997.47 

38.540 18 

11.999.24 

7.978.11 

39.829 37 

37.386.73 

39.111.04 

18,869 73 

8,054.29 

11,275.75 

43,444.10 

31,892.17 

7,560.96 

17.262.34 

10.306.75 

21.682 60 

7.364.10 

119,915 86 
14.650 42 

131,974.20 
31,411.75 

333,807.17 

203.S73 50 
35,986 OS 
32,375.60 
15,291.12 
27,828.12 
35,849 76 
35,163.50 
36.385 40 
19.414 68 
30,094.09 
5,800,00 

130,072 06. 
11,105.00 
34,880.32 
IS. 320 19 








Hillsborough 


18,592.13 
530.82 
































3,263.25 

3.871. 00 




3,475.42 


4.00 




j cf f eno p *..*.-. 










LaJaytttc +«.,„,«*., 












203.08 


53 38 

56.00 


7,713.83 




6,084.02 
3,830. 10 
4,911.30 










3.72 






3,000.00 
4,800.00 
1,768.22 
2,320.00 
3,740.00 
3,700.00 


1,3 IS. 00 




L*|VJF ■.*••»•* * i » 




















Mndboa. , . . 








2,122.50 
6,164.41 

7.110.80 
573.73 

3,164 28 
331.50 


























10.76 






* 












1,743.75 

3,132.13 

3,844.00 

675.00 

13,406 30 
4.681.37 

13,635.24 
6.084. JO 

18.333.00 

18,156.25 
3,350.00 
2,486.18 
1,185.78 
3.820.87 
2,400.00 
6.375.00 
2,606. DO 
735.00 
1,800 00 
1, 280.00 
8,628 00 


305.25 
350 00 






Namn 




























340.00 

6.017 95 

1.047.50 

10,060.00 

820, 00 

16,477.50 

17.103.30 

3,439. 16 

4,937 88 

4,367.96 

943,00 

1,063 00 

2,072.00 












640.00 
833.46 


























10.00 










1,125.00 

430.00 
959.72 
537.95 






2.000.00 


300.00 






























S*ntu Rom 
























1,095.00 


33.00 

12.50 
6.00 
10.00 
















648. 49 


1,800 00 
1,881.00 




Union 










1,133.33 








14.480 13 

500.00 

3.736.73 

303 67 














Walton 






1,890.00 

840 00 




35.00 

7.50 













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DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 



TABLE XXV 

EXPENDITURES FOR HIGH SCHOOLS (Gndo 7-12) 
PART 1— INSTRUCTION— (Con tinu ed) 









INSTRUCTIONS— Continued 






1934-1935 
COUNTIES 


Free Textbooks 

Furnished by 

County 


Library Upkeep 
and Expense 


Classroom 

Supplies and 

Expense 


Tuition County 
Line Pupils 




White 


Negro 


White 


Negro 


White 


Negro 


White 


Negro 


Total State 


I 6,461.52 


t 246.64 


$25,335.30 


(2,623.74 


168.357.45 


$2 ,968.96 


$ 2.929.12 


% 252.68 




32.49 

334.10 




899.01 


81.75 


392.65 
68.13 

476. IS 
53.14 

1.342.14 

2,073.99 

18.26 

340.48 

65, 19 

200.00 

101.26 

528. SO 


12.80 


304. 88 




Biker. 










25.00 












3.72 
















113.41 

276.06 
11.07 
23.93 
98.94 

154.05 
.62 














6.24 








185.99 

21.75 

461.23 




























400.00 














7.97 


























1.798,09 




17,466.47 

74.32 

84.53 

240.20 

89.45 


2,419.76 




60.50 




De Soto 




362.82 

726.33 

8,134.55 

207.11 

S.65 

471.07 

553.83 

126.46 

720.39 

82.57 

221.87 

150.70 

256.13 

89.86 

165.49 

10,649.77 

649.13 

220.10 

586 39 

437,68 

221.74 

4,084 04 

1,290,62 

3,710.14 

1,149,48 

385.79 

74 63 

3.663 86 

116.10 

220.52 

266.62 

328.33 

197.71 

205.00 

1 .866. 07 

647.09 

1,258,19 

1,150.01 

2,503.50 

2,686.64 

624.46 

402.13 

64.75 

495.66 

1,893.25 

460.48 

335.71 

981.41 

541.62 

133 25 

5,037.79 

289.75 

290.99 

300.00 


2.04 
356.97 




Dixie 


165.34 
511.49 


36.74 








































137.55 
228.49 




27.80 
8.50 






























Glides 












772.00 






74. S7 










Hamilton 

Hardee 




















SO. 00 


















42-53 

20.19 
1,287.78 


1.97 








Hillsborough. .... 
Holmes. . 


153.05 

73, 13 

88.06 

4.36 












1,042.24 


175.00 


252.68 










37.40 
187.55 

30.50 

2.50 

370.30 

47.56 
















loo.oo 
















Lake 

Lee 


13.88 
63 96 

21.03 
























92.65 
230.03 
















Levy 






2.25 








Liberty 














Madison 






180.18 

50.49 




11.25 
34.84 

32.00 












.91 








7,61 


























93.33 


118.93 


515.66 
1.17 






















126.63 




" > 












2.42 
61.16 








854.42 

3.59 

338. 88 

264.75 


3.21 


376.47 




150.00 












127.65 

2.56 


82.30 
112.52 


.42 


12S.55 
















62.52 
26.97 

22.77 
83.77 






Polk 






340.90 
96.96 




1,066.74 














St Johns 








5.95 


29.83 


2.90 


















162 43 

113.56 
173.00 




53.82 
160.81 
121.77 
183.00 
133.59 




5. 98 
28.50 








26.66 




















12,89 
42.24 































206 62 


19.99 


1,263.77 










Wakulla .. 










Walton 


103.23 
183.27 




2.20 


-•-■ 








Washington 











I 



TABLE XXV 

EXPENDITURES FOR HIGH SCHOOLS (Grades 7-12) 
PART 2— OPERATION; PART J— MAINTENANCE 



1934-1933 
COUNTIES 



Total State. 



Alachua., 

Baker 

Bay 

Bradford . 
Brevard . . 
Broward, 
Calhoun. 
Charlotte 
Citrus. . . . 

Clay 

Collier . . . 
Columbia 

Dade 

De Soto.. 
Dixie 
Duval 
Escambia 
Ftagler . . , 
Franklin , 
Gadsden . 
Gilchrist, 
Clades . . . 

Gulf 

Hamilton 
Hardee... 



OPERATION 



TOTAL 
OPERA- 
TION 
Grades 7-12 



% 332.423,77 



I. 



4,108 96 

640.19 

1,523.44 

1,039. OS 

4,201.31 

4,659 60 

938.98 

741.42 

349.78 

,193.35 

146.39 

2,911.42 

45,316. IS 

1.480 70 

1,055.66 

25,341.74 

4,080.70 

270.96 

2.180.55 

4,147.12 

396.77 

193. 18 

532.20 

868. 23 

896.94 



WagM of 
Janitor 



White 



I 161,121.36 



* 7,667.84 



1.828 
310 
565 
473 

2,478 

3,223 

225 

330 

169 

220 

52 

908 

23.288 

830 

737. 

12.488 

1,865 
139 

1,003. 

1,649 
137 
132 
308 
353 
521 



Negro 



132.73 



40.00 



30.00 



772.00 



502.40 
229.50 



hO 00 
82,50 



Fuel. Water, 
Light* and 
Telephone 



White 



(96,836 24 



1,562, 

210. 

280. 

327 

1,214. 

962 

164 

312, 

52 

210. 

31, 

765 

101, 

332, 

264 

10,265 

1,167, 

40. 

568 

1,138 

208 

38 

102, 

372, 

28 



11 



Negro 



% 7,248.23 



97.64 



20.23 



30.00 



13.50 

1,060.11 

4.66 



902.11 
381.42 



21.73 

HO. 75 



Janitor Supplies 
and other Oper- 
ating Expenses 



White 



1 56, 894. 43 



472 
119 

677. 
237 
312 
405 
348 

98 
127 
703 

62 

1,217. 

3,759, 

290. 

34 

1,001 

327 

70 
516 
920. 

50 

22 
121. 
142. 
347, 



Negro 



% 2,655.65 



15.9C 



8.1? 



6.1 

335.2 
2.78 

'Haiti 

11(1. 01 » 



10.25 
246.31 



MAINTENANCE 



TOTAL 
MAINTE- 
NANCE 
Grades 7-12 



I 186,129.92 



3.513.58 
245.59 

2,950.99 
352.64 

1,589.48 

3,489.70 

666.07 

234.22 

95.64 

S76.75 

1,950.92 

610.9 

37,864.69 

398. 14 

600.77 

3,972.29 

1,274.75 
170.37 
490.48 

1,945.53 
423.63 
256.11 
313.39 
299.34 
128.52 



Repairs, Replacements, 
and Other Upkeep 



Current 
Expenditures 



Bond 
Funds 



White 



174,630.84 



3.281 
243 

2,950. 
332, 

1,589 

5,436. 

666\ 

234 

95 

576. 

1,950 

610, 

36,235. 

298. 

600. 

3,827. 

1,274. 
170 
466 

1,683. 
423 
256 
313. 
299 
128 



Negro 



1 11, 499.08 



231.78 



32.84 



1,629,40 
99.70 



144.87 



23.50 
262.04 



White 



Hendry- 

Hernando. , . 
Highland* . . . 

Hillsborough 
Holmes..,. ., 
Indian Kiver 
Jackson 
Jefferson . . . . 
Lafayette,.., 

Lake 

Lee 

Leon. ....... 

Leiry 

Liberty 

Madison 
Manatee. , . . 

Marion 

Martin 

Monroe, 
Nassau...,. , 
Okaloosa. , . 
Okeechobee,. 

Orange , 

Osceola 

Pasco* ...... 

Pinellas 

Polk 

Putnam 

St. Johns.... 

St, Lucie 

Santa Rosa.. 

Sarasota 

Seminole 
Sumter. . . * . . 
Suwannee . . . 

Taylor 

Union ....... 

Volusia..,,. , 

Wakulla 

Walton 

Washington 



686.94 

1.046. 83 

1,577.34 

4J.398.6S 

438.33 
1,513.92 
2,343.41 
1.144.08 

312.51 
12.022.74 
3,327.26 
4.37*. 7S 

697.33 

mo. oo 

1,052.41 

5,093.71 

3,765.47 

■ 882,53 

1 ,946. 25 

1,683.71 

917.42 

782.84 

15.224.83 

4,114.58 

17.988.29 

2,816 05 

22,436 97 

23.341.25 

2,323.47 

3 .656.30 

1,144,35 

1,406.04 

3,349.17 

4,737,64 

1,753.73 

1,640.7! 

349.00 

441.77 

22.625,32 

1,166 18 

1.048.93 

1.390.00 



451 
635 
727 

23.382 

308 

988 

967 

583 

170 

4,479 

1,985 

1,592 

417 

60S 

272 

1.971 

1,526, 

614, 

1,170 

512 

396 

487 

4,785 

1,962 

8,986 

1,790 

9,256 

8,495 

1,218 

1.353 

827 

556 

2.125 

2.061 

914 

565 

156 

208 

10.186 

866 

704 

590 



1,123.50 



1+2.50 
325.00 



42.00 
87.00 



240.00 

i os. oo 



270.00 



187.00 



547.50 
562. 9S 
92.50 
262.38 
135,60 



15.00 
252.71 



1,428.05 



I, 



129 
359 
401 

14,716 
22 
183 
893 
237, 
107 

3.060 
807 
.318 
259 
96, 
315. 

1 ,639 
878 
126 
69 
369 
279 
125 

5,568 
873 

5,359 
490 

9,725 

5.011 
619 
,071 
48 
473 
528 

1,341 
331 
704 
127 
109 

3,153 
300 
238 
400 



1, 



503.44 
11.66 



35.63 

253,40 



22.25 
26.20 
77.07 



18.16 
95,79 



552.26 



418.92 

17,00 

1,238.55 

408.99 
74.25 

129.32 
18.20 



37.95 
202.42 



12.50 
1.18 



428 92 



22.00 



105, 

51 

447 

3.339 

63. 

341. 

4B2 

323. 

34 

4,482 

510 

S60. 

20. 

135. 

241 

1,367 

1,148 

141 

197 

492 

241 

168 

3,918 

1,278 

2,988 

51S 

1,515 

8,705 

481 

785 

104 

376 

639 

821 

507 

342 

63 

124. 

5, 235 



84.08 
400 00 



333 47 
32.64 



45.08 
24.90 



27,44 
48.00 



250. 38 
107.57 



2.00 

130.09 



4S 06 
3.45 
153.74 
157.46 
39.85 
53 79 
8.94 



3.53 

38.45 



16.26 



193.72 



194.32 


392.80 


741.56 


30,599.67 


27,96 


731.25 


1.035.27 


1,852.24 


383 1 i 


5,485.89 


2,414.69 


1,676.66 


1 , 156. 03 


249.01 


392 86 


5.602.64 


1,788.45 


1.934 17 


288 93 


609.87 


328.69 


169 95 


8,300.11 


927.94 


12,785.18 


586.34 


6,734.68 


4,374.47 


912.00 


952 46 


232 9B 


994.71 


4,533.72 


1,841.23 


1.081.41 


3,408.00 


811 25 


407.31 


10,393.90 


520.46 


1.640 73 



I, 



194 
392 
741 

28.320 

27 

731 

1.035 

1 ,852 

383 

485 

352 

79S 

1S6 

219 

3»7 

412 

1,253 

1,934 

168 

539 

328 

141 

7,021 

927 

12,087 

J57 

5,578. 

3.7B4 

824 

763 

224 

994 

4,327 

1,660 

1.081 

3.308 

806 

407 

9,057 



320.46 
1 .640 73 , 



2.279,17 



61.71 
880.99 



5.00 
189. 65 
534.62 



120.23 
70.15 



28,40 
1,278.62 



gel on 

29 00 
176.07 
589.97 

87.92 

189.21 

8.85 



6.50 
180,90 



loo.oo 

4.29 



1.536.15 



IS 



TABLE XXV 

EXPENDITURES FOR HIGH SCHOOLS (GRADES 7-12— 





PAJ 


IT 4— AUXILIARY AGENCIES AND COORDINAT 


E ACTIVITIES 






1934-1935 


TOTAL COST 
AUXILIARY 

AGENCIES 
AND COOR- 
DINATE 
ACTIVITIES 

(Grades 7-12) 


TRANSPORTATION 


PROMOTION OF HEALTH AND 

PHYSICAL ACTIVITIES 


HOME 


COUNTIES 


Salaries 


Expense 


DEMONSTRATION 




White 


Negro 


White 


Negro 


White 


Negro 


White 


Negro 


Total Stale 


t 460.312.60 


% 414,614.54 


t 4,535.43 


t 30,303.75 


$ 439,36 


$ 4,723.54 


f 42. 19 


f 4,506.45 


% 1,147.34 




14,616.57 
2,176.79 
5,294.25 
3,263 87 

10,348.47 
3,909.07 
1.64B.16 
1,966.58 
2,147.00 
87.50 
1,013.97 
4,675.36 

51,905.08 
3,928 22 
3,042.99 

25,490.85 

10,663.45 
2,528.08 
501.81 
7,031.47 
2,556.36 
1,184.41 
540.28 
3,754.11 
5,816.55 
1,463.32 
2,687.31 


11.195.54 
2,176.79 
5.294.25 
3,261.23 

10,228.09 
5,909.07 
1 ,648. 16 
1,958.58 
2,147.00 
87.30 








25.89 




2.283.14 


1 110 00 






























Bradford 








2.64 

120.38 








Brevard 






































Charlotte » 




5.00 




3.00 








Clay 
















Collier 


954.21 
4,513,00 

50,460 93 
3.928.22 
2,733.58 
2.392.74 

10,663.45 
2,478.08 








59.76 


















162.36 




Dade 




1. O80.00 




364. IS 






























289.41 








22,984.70 




113.41 


















Flagler 








50.66 
78.58 



















400.54 


22 69 


Gadaden 


7.031.47 
2,556.36 
1,184.41 
540.28 
3,754.11 
5,816.55 
1,463,32 
2,530. 00 










Gilchrist 
















Glades 
















Gulf 








































































157.31 









HiltaborotKti 


3.979.83 

11.804.69 

5.153.98 

1,384,67 

9,042 74 

7.566 49 

2,349.90 

15,130.59 

6,032. 17 

8,122.19 

5,676.80 

4,119.6! 

2,905.00 

15,324.77 

14,896.33 

1,628 82 


3.979.83 
11,092.47 

5,155 98 
1,384.67 
9,002.86 
6.871.45 

2,308.15 
15,074 59 

5,146.76 
7,618.44 
3,675.50 
3.933.05 
2.905.00 
13,324.77 
14.709.85 
1,594.82 


333.00 


307. 30 


46.50 


21.92 


1.50 










Indian River 




10.00 








20. as 


9.00 









695.04 

41.75 




















Lake 


36.00 
41.76 












Lac 


611.62 


87.64 


139,12 

292 25 

1.30 

186 60 


5.27 








211.50 
















Liberty 

MmdiHO 












































34.00 






176.30 


10.00 












Mimrfft 














Nuno 


3,766.75 
4,600.92 

1,790,36 

12,721.36 
1,709.86 

13,009,64 
7,589,43 
9,791.43 

11,644 28 
7,404.51 
3,552.51 
7 ,475, 60 
6,208.35 
3.243 97 

10.213.83 
7.965.74 
9,473 34 
4.726.98 
1,481.31 

18,230.09 
5.125.59 
5,374.00 
7,850.17 


3,669.23 
4,482.38 

1,790 36 

10,977.07 
1,709.86 

13,231.59 
7,379.75 
8,841.45 

10,476.74 
6,636.51 
3,379.17 
6,t43,26 
6,208.33 
3,016.06 
9,566.72 
7.440.65 
9,422.18 
4,673.15 
1,466.75 

16,124 40 
4.205.39 
5,074.00 
7,792.17 


97.50 
















40 00 




78. M 








Oltt#rhob** ..... . 












1,375.66 




369.29 















1,163.49 


10 72 


346.93 

.36 


.72 


236.19 
3.67 


5.63 




930.00 
50.00 








Polk,.,. 


675 00 
173.00 


m * »#*** ••*<8 


37.34 

593.00 

171.14 

8.00 





403.00 




St, John* 

St. Ludt 


2.20 






1.322.34 










Santa Rosa 










423,00 

228.33 


193, 80 
120.00 




34. ii 

102.13 

125.00 

3.66 

12.38 

14.36 

387.10 








Sttninolt 




171.76 




Surntrr 








47.30 
41.25 

1.374.09 








Taylor 




294.30 








Union 


27.50 

920.00 










22.30 












Waltoc 










300.00 




Wathinf too 


48.00 


, . , 




low 








384 



DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 



TABLE XXV 

EXPENDITURES FOR HIGH SCHOOLS (Gmln 7-12) 
PART S— FIXED CHARGES* 





FIXED CHARGES 


1934-1935 
COUNTIES 


TOTAL 
COST 

OP 
FIXED 

CHARGES 
(Grade* 
7-1 21 


RENT 

(Building!) 


INSURANCE 


COMMISSIONS TO 
TAX ASSESSOR 
AND TAX 
COLLECTOR 




White 


Negro 


White 


Negro 


White 


Negro 


T Ul State 


% 99.441 71 


f 1,221.33 


1 169.27 


(70,194.12 


$ 4,937.33 


822,055.04 


* 864.42 




885.75 
418.82 
670.47 
227.38 
792 3 e 






409.08 
300.00 
670. 47 
49.11 
314.10 

1,444.88 
568.27 
408.03 
194.38 
20.16 
134.88 
141.37 

8,811.83 

76.06 

661.36, 

6,542.47 

1,705.9.1 
357.77 
177,50 

1.8S2.70 
297.87 


18.50 


458. 17 
118.82 




Baker 








Bay ,... 










Bradlor d 


10.13 






168.34 
478.25 
156.45 














1,611.60 






10.27 












Charlotte. ....... 


507.16 

194.38 

118.61 

175.49 

360.65 

13,909 4? 

332.61 

661.36 

7,261.90 

4.286 2' 

426. 46 

469,89 

2.238.72 

313.11 

56. 35 

190.88 








99.13 




















98.45 

20.61 

124.91 

3,433. 19 

180.35 


















94.37 
1.333.00 




Dade 


35.00 


76.00 


276 43 














Barral 






219.43 
165.75 


500.00 

2,414.55 

68.64 

292.39 

287.02 
17.24 
56.35 
14.88 

140.46 
36.06 
70.43 












Flaaier 






















16.00 


83.00 










Glades . 










Gulf 






176.00 
520.99 
89.99 
169.75 
337.60 
758. IB 

6,249.48 
466.60 
437.23 

1,127.95 
606.38 
182.00 

2,106.73 

956, 20 

232 88 

290.17 

89.25 

83.00 

2,453.87 
828.89 
475,89 


















146.05 

240.18 

337.60 

1,060. "iS 

8.611.8' 

738.96 

437.23 

1,412.91 

767.70 

199.66 

2,890.93 

1,287.93 

640.83 

381.76 

116.39 

202.74 

2,651.97 

1,231 58 

399 98 

35. 65 

397.63 

460.10 

293.22 

2,366.28 

420.47 

3.802.68 

566.01 

7.082.58 

5,559,8.' 




































754.49 
4.12 


302.40 
1,410.50 

268.24 






5.40 


191.98 
























284.96 

161.32 

17.66 

784.20 

134.20 

369.70 

91.59 

27.14 

119.74 

95.04 

246.28 

85.13 

25.28 

50.17 

40.05 

40.72 

813.98 

164.30 

1.873.53 

95.21 

1,260.70 
























Lake . 










Lc«.... 






159.60 
38.25 


17,93 










Levy 








Liberty 
























59.53 


43.5) 
121.49 








34.92 




38 96 

3.00 

75.00 

3.00 












7.37 






182.85 

417.05 

252. 50 

1. 519. 59 

256.17 

1,831.34 

195,80 

5,311.88 

5,169.94 

847.70 

292.85 

152.5+ 

571.95 

780.35 

1,366 90 

772.28 

162.93 


85.51 


4.12 


Ofcalooaa L ■ ■ , < 






Okeechobee 








Orance 






32.71 
78.47 


















19.14 


Pasco 


275.00 










510.00 

389.91 

44.00 

23.81 




Polk 










999.16 
447.04 

198.22 

671.49 

1,043 61 

3,280.23 

855.73 

258.77 

361.50 

264.50 

7,774.54 

490.28 

259.08 

354 OS 






59.06 
77.46 
45.68 
99.34 
211.01 
1,443 81 
83.45 
95.84 
81.46 


48 40 






1.04 


31.88 






















15.00 
134.52 


37.25 




160.00 




175.00 












273.74 


6.30 




264.50 

5,164.44 

490.28 

185.56 
207. 25 






Volusia 


347 50 


5,00 


557.80 


1,699.80 




Wakulla 




Walton 








73.52 

47.4.1 




Washington 









•The grund total 
Pund For 
expenditure*. 



of expenditures for 
to tax 



Fixed Charge* include* 872,441.21 paid from Interest and Pta Vfrf 
and collector*, which 1* not included in elementary and high school 



TABLE XXV 

EXPENDITURES FOR HIGH SCHOOLS 

(Grades 7-12) 

PART 6— CAPITAL OUTLAYS 





CAPITAL OUTLAYS 


1934-1935 
C0UNTIE3 


TOTAL 
CAPITAL 
OUTLAYS 


LOTS 


NEW BUILDINGS 


NEW 
FURNITURE 
(Not 

Replacements) 


NEW 
APPARATUS 

(Not 
Replacements) 


NEW BOOKS 

FOR 




Current Fundi 


Bond Fundi 


Current Funds 


Bond Funds 


LIBRARIES 




White 


Negro 


White 


Negro 


White 


Negro 


White 


Negro 


White 


Negro 


White 


Negro 


White 


Negro 


Total State... 


$ 180,784.65 


(10,869.67 


( 2,876. 10 






(72,920.25 


( 8.754.15 


% 8.579.26 




(30,781.81 


( 2,822.06 


(26.074.45 


( 231.38 


(16,738.65 


( 136.67 




2,808-39 
94.90 

119.09 

1,949.72 

2.455.76 

332.74 

42.50 


240.00 
















474.06 
38.00 

1.12 
144.99 

818.90 
106.17 




1,090-65 
56.90 

4.57 

498.38 

1,070.23 

37.49 

42.50 


3.79 


99'.. , 1 1 

4.50 
334.42 

562.84 
189.08 


7.57 




33.33 

971.93 








75.37 
































































Pharlotf* ........ 


















































Clav 


45.00 

143.90 

295.00 

32,398.14 

5.00 

1,264.02 


















20.00 

41.10 

275.00 

4,894.03 




20.00 

38.49 

20.00 

9,887.23 


5.00 








33. U 


















11.17 






396.60 








13.194.73 








25,00 


3.958.45 


42.08 




5.00 








Diiie 
















727.28 

2,149.30 

130.00 




360.34 




176.40 
1,610.30 






3.759.601 
150.00 














































































2.162.88 
4.290.41 

181.56 
21.94 

425. OS 


422.48 








11.90 
909.58 








1,340.04 


4.00 






384.46 

91.60 
105. S3 

2O.00 
101.45 












3,289.23 












Gilchrirt 














75.84 




.19 






Glade* 


1.94 




















GoH 
















278. SO 




45.10 






























33.73 
580.11 

1B0 69 


















33.75 




ss6.it 

133.30 














































47.19 











d 

M 



3 

o 



o 

M 

GO 

H 
S 

a 
o 

H 

M 

O 





320.61 

13,617. 99 

897.20 


















173.18 
5,402.71 


1,827.11 


113.06 
380.72 




34.37 
3,574.88 






103.50 


19.50 






2,125.00 
897.20 


2,319.47 






63 10 








































2,058.30 

173.04 

523.67 

2,325.97 

1,487.81 

2,143 39 

9.00 

117.06 

147.50 

6,897.51 

6,692,09 

457.33 

101 60 

507.09 


9.58 








707.32 








1, 262. 85 
131.40 

177,54 
1,001.43 




78.73 
41.64 

.11 00 

137.11 

I.O78.00 

60.00 
































20.00 
1,143.39 








242.08 










53.05 

44.04 

401.42 

450.96 




Lake 



















Lm 














8.39 












1,300.28 








107.37 

9.00 

18,00 

147.50 

564.09 

269.56 


224.58 






















87.30 






















11.56 




Madison 


























3,287,23 









43.21 

865.26 
127.20 


120.00 
686.75 






4.21 
122.00 


553.97 

1,240.04 


2.55 

5.00 


322.25 

421.50 






3,351.54 






Martin. .- 


60.57 








101.60 
























177.12 






247.37 








82.60 






































140.50 
5,090.70 


























140.30 
528 53 








2.750.00 














1,128.79 




677.38 




6 00 






















50,549.02 
7,734.75 


288.54 
48,00 








39,297.31 
2,098.87 


1,981.07 






4.339.99 
316.30 


234.83 


(a)3,QS6.71 
19.86 


172.34 


1,143,03 

24.80 


3.20 










(b}5,227.72 




















Polk 


1,503.73 










234.05 








863.00 




269.50 




137. IB 
























































St. Lucie 


458.40 
3,496.21 

288. 45 

1,998.21 

65.00 

764 95 

2S6. 38 
1.00 
4,269 69 
6,869.57 
1,491.08 
1,359.30 


















47.00 
247.53 




409.65 
570.66 

97.73 
278.61 


10.00 
7.70 1 


1,73 
268.15 

180.70 
201.20 




Santa Ro»a 










2,409.87 












Satawta 




















Seminole , . . 


332. 87 
25.00 








582.56 








392.74 

40.00 

433.80 

142. 10 


200.00 


2. S3 




































309.15 
3.18 


















104.30 












37.00 
1.00 


















641 96 
402.49 

142.50 








1,341.17 

5,884.48 
220.94 


357.63 






293.35 

482.60 
312.00 

755.69 


29.33 


1,604.05 

100.00 
639.64 
388 34 






Wakulla 
































176.00 








Washington.. .... 
















215.27 




(o)fi.l 91 of thi 


amount paid 


from Bond 


roods. 



























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— 

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STATISTICAL TABLES 
1935-1936 



Tables : Page 

I. (a) Number of Schools; (b) Average Length of 

n. Positions Filled __ _ _ 378 

III. Instruction Personnel .„ 380 

IV. Educational Training of Supervisors, Principals 
and Teachers ~_ 384 

V. Grades of Certificates 380 

VI. Enrollment of Pupils _ „ 390 

VII. Aggregate Days Attendance „ 394 

VIII. Average Daily Attendance 386 

IX. (a) Transportation of Pupils; (b) Free Textbooks.... 308 

X. Results of Florida Examination 400 

XI. Annual Salary Range of Salaries for Supervisors, 
Principals, and Teachers — _ 402 

XII. Value of School Property _ _ — 406 

XIII. State School Taxation; County Millage Assessed 410 

XIV. Recapitulation of Receipts _ 412 

XV. Revenue Receipts : 

(1) State Sources „ 414 

(2) County and District Sources _ _ 416 

(8) Other Sources . — _ 420 

XVI. Non-Revenue Receipts „ 422 

XVII. (a) Inventory of Stores; (b) Cash on Hand at 
Beginning of Tear „ _. _ 426 

XVIII. Recapitulation of Expenditures 428 

XIX. Current Expenses: 

(1) General Control 430 

<2) Instruction _ „ 432 

(3) Operation ; (4) Maintenance 434 

(5) Auxiliary Agencies „ 436 

(6) Fixed Charges 436 

XX. Capital Outlays __ 438 

XXI. Debt Service „ » „ . _ 440 

XXII. (a) Investments; (b) Inventories; (c) Cash at 
Close of Year „ 442 

XXIII. Outstanding Indebtedness, County-Wide and District 444 

XXIV. Expenditures for Elementary Schools (Grades 1-6) 448 

XXV. Expenditures for High Schools (Grades 7-12) 462 



STATE SUPERINTENDENT'S REPORT 



368 



SUMMARY OF STATISTICS— 1936-1936 
(Compiled from Annual Reports of County Superintendents) 



NUMBER OF SCHOOLS 
(Each Department Counted as a School) 

White Negro 

Kindergarten 13 

Elementary (Grades 1-6) 1,119 954 

Junior (Grades 7-9) . 323 104 

Senior (Grades 10-12) 202 39 



TOTAL 



PUBLIC SCHOOL BUI 



Frame Bail dings 

Brick Buildings 

Concrete Buildings 

TOTAL _____ 



County Owned Buildings 

Not County Owned Buildings 

TOTAL 



_ 1,657 

LDINGS 
White 

- 784 
... 4G6 
... 254 

1,494 

White 

1,453 

41 



1,097 



Negro 

948 

41 

40 

1,029 

Negro 

660 



... 1,494 



1,029 



Total 
13 

2,073 
427 
241 

2,754 



Total 
LT32 

49? 

294 

2,523 

Total 

2,113 

410 

2,623 



Cost of Real Property 
Cost of Equipment — 



COST OF SCHOOL PROPERTY 

White Negro 



.$64,503,857.64 
_ 6,039,143.47 



$4,538,835.46 
402,789,67 



Total 
$69,042,723.10 
6,441,933.14 



TOTAL 



$70,543,001.11 $4,941,655.13 $75,484,656.24 



Kindergarten 
Elementary _ 
Junior High 
Senior High . 



NUMBER OF POSITIONS 
White 

' 15 

5,593 

1,912 



TOTAL 



1,901 

9,421 



Negro 

2,331 
334 
219 

2,884 



Total 
15 
7.924 
2.246 
2,120 

12,305 



AVERAGE LENGTH OF SCHOOL TERM IN DAYS 

White Negro Both Races 

174 Days 168 Days 172 Days 



ENROLLMENT BY GRADES 



Kindergarten . 
First Grade _ 
Second Grade 
Third Grade - 
Fourth Grade 

Fifth Grade 

Sixth Grade __ 
Seventh Grade .. 
Eighth Grade . 
Ninth Grade __ 
Tenth Grade ....... 

Eleventh Grade 
Twelfth Grade 
Special Classes 

TOTAL 



White 


Negro 


Total 


672 





672 


35,350 


24,719 


G0.069 


29,180 


13.096 


42,776 


29,610 


13,417 


43,027 


28,810 


13,083 


41,893 


28,103 


10,854 


38,957 


26,018 


8,421 


34,439 


25,193 


5,865 


31,058 


21,651 


4,129 


25,780 


19,913 


2,895 


22,808 


18,580 


1,977 


ia557 


12,099 


1,299 


13,398 


11,125 


1,025 


12,150 


179 




179 





284.483 



101,280 



385,763 



370 



DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 



SUMMARY OF STATISTICS— 1936-1936— (Continued) 
(Compiled from Annual Reports oi County Superintendents) 



White 
226,780 



AVERAGE DAILY ATTENDANCE 



Negro 
79,778 



PERCENTAGE OF ENROLLMENT IN 



Both Races 
306,555 
AVERAGE ATTENDANCE 
Both Races 

79% 



White Negro 

80% 76% 

TRANSPORTATION OF PUPILS 

White Negro 

71,376 1,664 

„...$!, 579,824,67 $24,815.34 

- 1 22.13 $ 14-91 



Number Transported _.... 
Cost of Transportation ... 
Average Cost per Pupil 

TEXTBOOKS FURNISHED BY STATE 

Enrollment Grades 1-12 __ 

•Cost of Textbooks, Grades 1-12 „._______, ....„____.._ ___ 

Average Cost per Pupil 



Total 
73,040 
$1,604,640.01 
$ 21.97 

™ 385,091 
_$823,34fl.O0 
2.14 
'This amount Includes $99.54 for textbooks furnished the Girls' Industrial 
School, which was not included In report of county superintendent of Marion 
County, and therefore not included in receipts, but is Included In Table IX. 
from which the above amount was taken. 

•This amount includes $151,527.33 expended for grades 1-6, and $671,821.73 
for grades 7-12. 

*In addition to this amount. $4,571.25 was expended by the State Depart- 
ment of Public Instruction for incidental expenses. 

•INSTRUCTION PERSONNEL 

White Negro Total 

Supervisors . 21 7 28 

Principal* 330 52 382 

Teachers , ....... 9,162 2,837 11,999 



Total — — — 9,513 

•The Superintendent of Collier County teaches and is 
figures. 

EDUCATIONAL TRAINING 
(Supervisors, Principals and Teachers) 

White 

College Graduates - „ 4,795 

Two- Year Normal 2,452 

High School Graduates 2,003 

Less Than High School 263 



2,896 
included 



Total 



Temporary 

Third Grade 

Second Grade — 

First Grade 

Life First Grade . 

State 

Life State 

Professional 

Life Professional 
Special 



Life Special _ 

Primary 

Life Primary — , — , — 

Graduate State 

Life Graduate State 
Teacher Training' 



-M-™, ___„__„ 9,513 

•TYPES OF CERTIFICATES 
White 

22 

_„ 76 

1,178 

552 

533 

""'""■-""-'"'"■'..■■■■■ ...™;:'l:" "sT 

_____-.. 14 

.— __ 16 

._„„■ - 136 

w „..„ _ - 144 

79 

402 

.— — . ! 2,808 

3,447 

12 



•No certificates reported for 13 white and 11 negro 



Negro 
711 

1,111 
768 
308 

2,896 

Negro 

530 

182 

396 

49 

47 

~~6 

2 

1 

5 

12 

3 

16 

1,120 

516 

1 

teachers. 



12,409 
in these 



Total 
5,506 
3,563 
2.769 
571 



12,409 



STATE SUPERINTENDENT'S REPORT 



3T1 



SUMMARY OP STATISTICS— 1935-1936— (Continued) 

(Compiled from Annual Reports of County Superintendents) 



Average Salary 

$ 100—$ 199 _ 

200— 299 

300— 399 

400— 499 —__ 

600— 599 

600— 699 „ 

700— 799 

800— 899 

900— 999 _ 

1,000— 1,199 

1,200— 1,399 __ 

1,400— 1,599 

1.600— 1,799 , 

1,800— 1,999 

2,000— 2,499 - 

2,500— 2,999 

3,000— 3,499 

3,500— 3,999 

4,000— _„ 



•SALARY RANGE 

(Supervisors, Principal a and Teachers) 

White 

3 

5 

_ 27 

„, 301 

— 457 



088 

1,095 

1,301 

2.045 

1,632 

271 

142 

104 

139 

46 

17 

2 

8 



Negro 

21 

288 

486 

997 

621 

382 

80 

57 

21 

15 

16 

8 

3 



Total 

24 

293 

513 

1.2B* 

978 

1,371 

1,013 

1,152 

1,322 

2,060 

1,648 

279 

145 

104 

139 

47 

17 

2 

3 



9,512 2896 12,408 

•The Superintendent of Collier County, who teaches and is included in In 
struction Personnel, is not included In Salary Range. 



Amount Paid 



SALARIES PAID 

(Supervisors, Principals and Teachers) 
White Negro 
— $ 9,795,979.98 $ 1,426,992.41 



Total 

$11,222,972.39 



AVERAGE ANNUAL SALARY PAID 
(Supervisors, Principals and Teachers) 
Based on number included in Instruction Personnel (excluding county Sup- 
erintendent of Collier County) : 

White Negro Both 

$1,029.85 $492.75 $904.49 

Based on number of positions filled: 

White Negro Both 

$1,039.80 $494.80 $912.07 



SUMMARY OF STATISTICS-19351936 
(Compiled from Annual Reports of County Superintendents) 



General 
Fund 

REVENUE RECEIPTS: 

Statu sources : 

One Mill Tax S 874,120.64 

Interest on State School Fund 811,184,90 

M. V. L. County School Fund , 4,983.O«>8.80 

Beverage Tai (Balance) 78,883,49 

One-Fourth Mill Tax (Balance) 2.7U4.23 

General Revenue 4,803.497.58 

Retail Occupation Tai 250,000.00 

Total Teachera' Salary Fund 110,500,000.00 

Free Textbooka Furnished by State 823,249.92 





District 


District 


Interest 


Maintenance 


and 


Funds 


Sinking 




Fund* 



Total 



Grand 
Total 



CD 

-i 
to 



Total From State 

COBNTT AND DISTRICT SOURCES : 

Taxes, Collector and Comptroller 

Tax Redemptions 

Poll Taxes 

Interest on Deposits and Inveatments 

Tire and Tube Licenses 

Racing Commission Funds 



Ill, 323,240.52 



* 



3,057,360.20 

409.438.8t 

425,429.14 

8,916.24 

18,418.44 

295,198.04 



f 2,580,405.48 
394,308.30 

4.0S7.82 

500.00 



s 3,871,487.22 

461,584.31 

(a) 40,878-06 
16,794.09 



Total County and District 

Other Sources : 

Vocational Refunds, Smith -Hughes, George- Ellzey 

Subsidies, Educational Foundations 

Tuition, County Line, Non-resident 

Incidentals. Nat. Forest Fund, Gifts 

Federal Aid 



157.626.08 

3,935.70 

41,132.40 

41,273.66 

387.242.0B 



12,572.01 
112.01 

30,721.86 
B,709.16 



8,025,05 



Total Other Sources 



$11,144,942.10 



f 691,350.61 



TOTAL REVENUE RECEIPTS 
NON-REVENUE RECEIPTS: 

Loans 

Sale of Bonds and Time Warrants .... 

Sale of Property, Insurance, etc. 

Other Non-Revenue Receipts 



137,088.22 

7,999.93 

60,638.51 

61,748.07 



T.4K4 

40,295.70 

42,359.89 

52,558.58 



in,* »*«•■ 



$ 500.00 

<b)618,682,51 

69,431.04 

(c) 131,052.41 



TOTAL NON-RF.VFNUE RECEIPTS 

INVENTORY OF STORES AND FREE TEXTBOOKS AT BEGINNING OF YEAR 
CASH ON HAND AT BEGINNING OF YEAR 



•23.150,642.23 



9 1.223,334.38 

id 121.030. 63 

(6)3,647,740.77 

$27,951,648.04 



TOTAL AMOUNT AVAILABLE FOR USE DURING YEAR 

(a) 15,431.37 of this amount reported under Bond Funds, 
(l>) $584, 987.51 of this amount reported under Bond Funds. 

(c) ?18,748.83 of this amount reported nnder Bond Funds. 

(d) In 4 counties the Inventory of Stores and Free Textbooks at beginning of year doea not agkee with amoont at close of previous year. 

<e) In 7 counties the cash reported on hand at beginning of year docs not agree with the amount root ted at close of the previous year for rea- 
sons stated in Annual Reports of those counties. 



DISBURSEMENTS 
Ci'BMNT ExrBKBBS : 
Obnbbal Costbol : 

Salary of Superintendents 

Tra»el Expenses of Sunt. 

Salaries of Office Help 

Salaries of School Board Mambara 

Mileage St-hoo] Board Member! 

Printing -. 

Attorney*' *"««• 

Incldenuli, Board and Supt. 

Examination Expenses 

Handling of Free Textbooks 

Office Furniture and Equipment 



SUMMARY OP STATIST1CS-1936-1936 
(Compiled from Annual Reports of County Superintendents) 



Total General Control 

iHRTBDCtldlt: 

Salaries of Sup v. Prlu. and Tear n era 
Expense of Teachers" Meetings 

Textbooks Furnished by County 

•Textlwiokn Ifurnlntn'il liy Stutv 
Library Upkeep and Expense 

Classroom Supplies 

Tuition County Line Pupils 



Totnl Instruction 

OPMUTIO-f : 

Wage* of Janitors . 

Fuel, Watsr, Lights, Tflepbooe 

Janitor Supplies and Otber Operating 



■ .t..-. 



Total Operation 

Maintkkaxci: 
Repairs, Replacements and Other Upkeep 



Total Maintenance 
AniiuABT Aoihcih: 

Cost of Transportation 

Promotion of Health — Salaries 
Promotion of Health — Expense 
Home Demonstration 



IBBJ.in.72 
17.314.B0 

11(6,115.83 
81,231.12 
10,284 71 
16,074.72 
30,463.03 
tH,l520.0fl 
3,680.27 
16,906.78 
11,486.89 



311,222,971.31 
1,688.14 

7.0H3.R1 
76B.720.HT 

12.749.43 
178,487.84 

10,720.12 



t 478,832.68 

i7u.-jl7.Sisi 
182,477.13 



t 647,274.81 



t 1,604,640.01 
64,646.02 
12,197.33 
14.128.39 



''A 
iv 

El 



t 673.4a6.04 



Total Auxiliary Agencies 



112.210,038.80 



t 906,627.80 



f 647,274.31 



I 1,69S.«11.»6 



9 



SUMMARY OF STATISTICS— 1935-1936 
(Compiled from Annual Reports of Comity Superintendents) 

Flint Cbisou : 

Rent (Bnlldtaf*) I 8,095.81 

Insurance , „„ 252.948.51 

CnmmlBilnnn, Tin A mmiw i and Collector* 144,886.78 H 

Total Filed Charges t 407.630.76 

TOTAL CHRtlENT EXPENSES I1M42.414.4R 

Capital Octlat: 

Lota I 7B.14B.41 

New Building! 1.187,217.74 

New Furniture (Not Replacement*) 104.811.71 

New Appsrattti, (Not Replacements) 49, 182.23 

Nxw Book* for Libraries 41.8B3.02 



Total Capital Outlay I 1,458,844.11 

Dmt Bks» ic« : 

Payment of Note* f 450,712.58 

Pnyment of Bond* ond Time Warrants 1,810,572.(17 

Interest on Current Inriebtedneia lOO.SRft.OB 

Interest >m Bond* and Time Warrant* 2,701,350.89 

Other Payment* 819,746.88 



Total Debt Service * 4,880,238.12 



TOTAI, ALL PAYMENTS (22,780,988.(18 

INVESTMENTS .„.„..., 24.655.00 

INVENTORY OF STORES AND FREE TEXTBOOKS : 78,688.40 

CASH ON HAND JUNE 30. 1986 5.097.412.80 



TOTAL AMOUNT AVAILABLE FOR USE DURING YEAR 827,901,046.04 

'This amount represents cost of book* distributed during year. 

PEB CAPITA COST OF CURBENT BXPBNSES 

Cost per Poptl Enrolled t 42.62 

Cost per Pupil In Average Daily Attendance , 853.64 



SUMMARY OP STATISTICS— 19364936 
(Compiled from Annual Reports of County Superintendents) 



OUTSTANDING INDEBTEDNESS 



COUNTY INDEBTEDNESS: 
NOTM : 
Interest Past Da* 
Principal Pitt Doe 
Principal Not Yet Due 

Total Outstanding Note* 

RoKDR AND TlMl WARRANTS: 

Interest Pnit Due 

Principal I'aat Due 

Principal Not Yet Due ... 



82.0H1.87 
7B0.132.2fl 
728.101.36 



6ftO.4R5.42 

1.027.820.10 
4,227,217.48 



f 1.5S0.S1S.81 



Total Outstanding Bonds nnd Time Warrants 

Other County Indebtedness 

TOTAL COUNTY INDEBTEDNESS 



6,455,322.07 
312.B36.3Ii 



t 8,318.574.83 



D1STHICT INDEBTEDNESS : 
Notbb : 

Interest Past Dne 

Principal Pant Due 

Principal Not Yet Due .... 



Total Outstanding Notes 
BOMMt and TtM» Wasraktb,: 

Interest Past Due 

Principal Past Due 

Principal Not Yet Due 



Total Out«tandlnn Honda and Time Warrants 
Other District Indebledneiw 



io.mi.88 

834.482.80 
373.87B.lfi 



| 1 .D12.M2.AS 

1,781.200.57 
44.201,248.80 



T<vr.U,,plRTlUCT INDEBTEDNESS 

TOTAI, COfNTY AND DISTRICT INDEBTEDNESS 



f 1.018,340.72 



I47.028.27B.00 
| 1S7.72S.01 



148,231. 851.73 

|.1o\54B.S26.56 



3 



1 







TABLE 1 

(a) NUMBER OF SCHOOLS; (b) AVERAGE LENGTH OF TERM IN DAYS 












NUMBERS OF SCHOOLS 
(Bach Department ii Counted a* a School) 


AVERAGE LI 
OF TBRfc 
IN DAYS 


tNGTH 
I 


1935-1936 

COUNTIES 


TOTAL 
NUMBER OF 

SCHOOLS 
BOTH RACES 


WHITE 


NEGRO 


1 




TOTAL 
WHITE 


Kinder- 
garten 


Grades 
1-6 


Grades 
7-9 


Grades 
10-12 


TOTAL 

NEGRO 


Kinder' 
guften 


Grades 
1-6 


Grades 
7-9 


Grade* 
10-12 


BOTH 

RACES 


White 


Neuro 


Total State 


2.734 


1,637 


13 


1.119 


323 


202 


1.097 




954 


104 


39 


172 


174 


168 


Alachua i *«•■«••« 


94 
23 
37 
26 
29 
■ 
35 
12 
30 
30 
13 
30 
79 
16 
20 
| 
73 
13 
13 
72 
13 
13 
17 
44 
21 
11 


37 
16 
26 
15 
17 
18 
23 

j 

22 
21 
13 
22 
60 
12 
13 
43 
47 

5 

I 
21 

9 
11 
12 
22 
17 

1 


1 


20 

12 

23 

10 

9 

11 

17 

5 

18 

14 

7 

16 

39 

10 

11 

33 

39 

3 

2 

10 

3 

9 

1 

16 

16 

1 


10 
2 

4 
4 
4 
$ 
1 
1 
6 
3 
3 

14 
1 
1 

4 
4 
1 
2 

a 

2 

2 
4 

3 


7 
2 

1 
1 
4 
3 
3 
1 
1 
1 
1 
3 
6 
I 
1 
4 
4 
1 
2 
3 
2 

2 
2 

1 
2 


37 
7 
11 
11 
12 
8 

to 

4 

8 

9 

2 

28 

19 

4 

7 

42 

28 

8 

7 

31 

4 

2 

5 

22 

* 

3 


*■■<»<*» 


49 
6 

11 

11 
8 
7 

10 
3 
8 
7 
2 

26 

14 
3 
7 

40 

34 
8 
4 

42 
3 
2 
3 

22 
4 
3 


5 

1 


3 


168 
159 
162 
149 
173 
173 
160 
170 
160 
160 
160 
161 
180 
160 
170 
179 
171 
159 
160 
169 
160 
165 
159 
150 
162 
159 


172 
160 
163 
160 
174 
180 
160 
171 
160 
160 
161 
162 
ISO 
160 
173 
180 
171 
160 
160 
ISO 
160 
166 
160 
139 
162 
160 


162 
134 


Bajr... 


158 








120 




j 

1 


1 


170 


Calhoun 


160 
161 


Charlotte 

Citrus 


I 




165 
160 


Clay 

Collier 


1 


1 


161 
158 


Columbia 

Dade 

Da Soto 


I 
4 
I 


1 
1 


160 
180 
160 


Dixie 


160 


Duval 


1 
3 


1 
1 


178 


Flagler 


169 
158 


Franklin 

Gadsden 


3 
■ 

1 


1 
1 


160 
160 


Gilchrist 

Glade* 


160 
160 


Golf 






155 


Hardee i ,,,„,,. . 







130 
159 








159 



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Lake 

tee 

Leon ■•«•«•«■ 
Lery.. ...... 

1 inert? 

Madiwn . . . 
Manatee 
Marion 

Martin 

Moor ot . . ■ . . 

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Ofclaoota 

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0*r«le 

Ptlm Beerta. 

Paaro 

Pinellas 

Polk 

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St Johiu 

St. turie..., 
Santa Rota. , 
Sarasota...., 
Seminole 

Sumter 

Suwannee . . 

Taylor 

Union 

Voluaia 

Wakulla 

Walton 

Wwtdniton. 



2q 

23 

4S 
13 

107 
♦9 
18 
61 
29 
71 
48 
20 
67 
39 
89 
18 
12 
41 
37 
» 
62 
16 
66 
42 
73 

t?9 
49 
26 
II 
42 
21 
32 
30 
64 
29 
16 
6* 
32 
56 
47 



13 

17 

100 

42 

10 

34 

13 

IS 

3B 

24 

19 

29 

9 

21 

28 

39 

9 

8 

24 

30; 

7 
43 

9 
42 
29 
60 

9: 

24 

10 
7 
30 
16 
IS 
19 
34 
It. 
■ 
39 
13 
45 
32 



II 

II 
69 
29 

6 
34 

7 
1.1 
23 
17 
10 
20 

6 
M 
19 
19 

5 

6 
16 
17 

5 
30 

5 
24 
2.1 
37 
91 
IS 

6 

j 

H 

12 

•3 

2B 
9 

6 

a 

9 
35 

a 



i 

3 

24 

8 
3 
13 
4 

1 
B 

4 
6 
5 
2 
4 
3 

11 
2 
1 
4 
8 
1 
8 
2 

I? 
.1 

10 

22 
I 
2 
1 
6 
2 
3 
I 
4 
6 
I 

12 
-* 

\ 



7 

3 
2 
4 
1 
j 
3 
9 
2 

4 
J 

J 
J 
6 
3 
4 

12 
3 
2 



1 

^ 

i 
2 



7 
2 
2 
2 



7 

6 

32 

3 

3 

S3 

36 

3 

23 

5 

52 

19 

11 

46 

11 

SO 

9 

4 

17 

7 

2 

19 

: 
H 

13 
13 
37 
25 
16 

4 
12 

5 
17 
II 

SO 

13 
8 
26 
19 
11 
15 



6 
6 

28 
3 
3 

47 
35 

3 
18 

3 
46 
19 
1 
44 

8 
46 

7 

2 
15 

7 

2 
16 

6 
19 
II 

7 
27 
23 

u 

2 
1 

4 

H 

9 
28 
10 

8 
18 
17 
10 
14 



1 


1 






2 


1 


4 


! 


2 





179 
175 

ISO 
160 
163 
160 
173 
160 
176 
180 
171 
159 
159 
160 
169 
171 
160 
180 
161 
160 
166 
180 
159 
180 
164 
ISO 
172 
172 
159 
173 
1S9 
180 
180 
163 
160 
174 
160 
171 
160 
161 
160 



179 
179 
180 
160 
166 
161 
173 
160 
176 
180 
179 
160 
160 
160 
172 
180 
160 
180 
I6S 
160 
167 
180 
160 
I Si. 
165 

ISO 
174 
ISO 
160 
180 
161 
130 
ISO 
164 
160 
179 
160 
174 
160 
161 
160) 



177 
159 
ISO 
160 
160 
160 
17S 
158 
174 
179 
164 
159 
1S7 
160 
160 
160 
160 
179 
13S 
158 
159 
180 
li6 
178 
160 
180 
160 
160 
158 
160 
143 
179 
ISO 
159 
160 
160 
139 
163 
160 
161 
160 



3 



TABLE II 
POSITIONS FILLED 



3 





POSITIONS FILLED 


1933-1936 
COUNTIES 


BOTH 
RACES 


WHITE 


NEGRO 








TOTAL 

WHITE 


Kin<kr 
garten 


Ele- 
mentary 


'!li«h 


Senior 
High 


TOTAL 
NEGRO 


Kinder- 
garten 


Ele- 
mentary 


lunior 
High 


Senior 
High 


Total State 


12,305 


9,421 


13 


S,J93 


1,912 


1,901 


2,884 




2,331 


334 


219 




282 

63 
129 
S3 
122 
Ml 
93 
30 
59 
H 
29 
139 
1.102 
76 
34 
1,154 
421 
24 

■ 

231 
31 
23 
33 
96 
94 
32 
31 


169 
53 

LOB 
63 
86 

122 
80 
24 
47 
44 
26 
SB 

940 
63 
42 

863 

332 
16 
31 

til 
27 
21 
26 
64 
88 
28 
40 




98 
34 
64 
41 

47 
62 
44 

15 

32 

29 

15 

55 

484 

44 

26 

493 

202 

i 

18 

59 
15 
15 
18 
49 
72 
14 
26 


34 

10 
26 
16 
17 

8 
19 

4 
6 
9 
8 

11 

247 

5 


37 
9 

18 
6 

22 

52 

17 
5 
9 
6 
3 

22 
208 

14 

14 
166 

65 
5 
7 

25 

; 

4 

4 
j 

16 

7 
II 


113 

10 

21 

20 

36 

39 

13 

6 

12 

12 

3 

SI 

162 

U 

12 

291 

89 

8 

IS 

120 

4 

2 

7 

32 
6 
4 
II 




92 
5 

19 

20 

31 

33 

12 

4 

12 

9 

3 

45 

99 

8 

12 

219 

67 

8 

10 

106 

4 

2 

5 

29 

i 

10 


17 
5 
2 


9 


Baker 




•■• 


•■•••■ 




Bay 

Bradford 








Brevard 

Broward 


4 
4 
1 
2 


1 


Charlotte 

Citrtu , 




Clay 

Collier 


1 


2 


1 


Columbia. . . , ..,..,, 

Dade 

DeSoto 

Dixie 


2 

37 

2 


4 
26 
3 


Duval 


204 
65 
2 
6 
27 
5 
2 
4 
7 


44 
16 


28 


Escambia 

Flagler , . . . 





6 


Franklin . . , 




3 
10 


2 


Gadsden 






4 


Gilchriil 






Glades 








Gull 




2 
3 










Hardee 




Hendry 

Hernando 


7 
3 


1 





Highland's . 
Hillsborough 
Holmes. . . . , 
Indian River 
Jackson .... 
Jeflerson. . . 
Lafayette. . . 

Lake 

|*t 

Leon 

Levy 

Liberty 

Madison 
Manatee 
Marion. 

M nn in 

Monroe .... 

Nassau 

Okaloona . . . 
Okeechol'ee 

Orange 

Osceola 

Pain Beach 

Pasco 

Pinellas . . . . 

Polk 

Putnam 

St. John;) . . . 
St. Lucie 
Santa Rosa . 
Sarasota. . . . 
Semi Dole. . . 

Sumter 

Suwannee . . 

Taylor 

Union 

Volusia 

Wakulla. . . . 

"Walton 

Waahlngton. 



85 


69 

932 
150 






1,076 






155 






65 


53 
208 
49 






309 






113 






45 


42 




212 


161 
120 
112 






141 




245 


3 


117 


B7 
36 
82 






51 




154 




225 


178 


; 


251 


140 




41 


26 




77 


60 






82 


54 






11! 


105 






2? 


25 
327 






400 






72 


59 

301 

91 






384 






109 




533 


4*7 


< 


610 


498 




147 


93 
78 
49 




128 




72 




145 


126 
88 




104 




168 


110 




104 


79 




148 


105 




91 


70 




48 


38 




405 


298 


i 


62 


39 




132 


112 




138 


1)2 





41 




.573 


199 


9.1 


29 


30 


11 


141 


36 


28 


8 


31 


5 


97 


29 


72 


28 


65 


26 


49 


21 


2d 


3 


15 


13 


103 


30 


75 


30 


16 


5 


39 


12 


,14 


7 


68 


18 


17 


4 


187 


56 


31 


2 


Ihfl 


72 


;>6 


9 


244 


122 


913 


102 


fti 


15 


SI 


13 


27 


12 


8.5 


IB 


53 


IB 


M 


20 


37 


25 


74 


17 


41 


22 


25 


9 


162 


70 


25 




69 


36 


87 


8 



26 


16 






Kill 


144 






28 


5 






12 


12 






31 


101 






a 


64 






6 


3 






35 


51 






20 


21 






19 


133 






17 


30 






5 


13 






14 


72 






43 


47 






a 


HI 






i 


15 






9 


17 






1.1 


28 






19 


9 






4 


4 






84 


73 






26 


13 






SI 


83 






26 


10 






12 


76 






n 


112 






17 


54 






14 


50 






HI 


23 






u 


19 






17 


16 






30 


58 






17 


25 






14 


43 






7 


25 






4 


10 






M 


107 






14 


23 






7 20 
17| 26 







16 

108 

i 

12 

91 
63 

3 
41 
15 
119 
30 
15 
66 
32 
89 
13 

9 
23 

9 

4 
39 
10 
63 
16 
si 
87 
48 
36 
14 
13 
14 
30 
23 
38 
21 
10 
73 
21 

2o 



26 



.! 
I? 

2 

li 
16 

? 

6 

I 

.' 
3 
2 



10 

"a 



14 



12 
9 
4 
8 
9 



3 


i 


3 


i 


18 


16 


1 


1 


a 









3 

CO 



TABLE III 

FART 1— INSTRUCTION PERSONNEL, WHITE 





INSTRUCTION PERSONNEL— WHITE 


1935-1936 


Total 

Number 
White Super- 
visory Prin- 
cipals, and 
Teachers 


SUPERVISORS 


PRINCIPALS 


CLASSROOM TEACHERS 


COUNTIES 


Total 
Super- 
visors 


General 


Special 
Subjects 


Total 
Prin- 
ftjptis 


Elementary 


Junior High 


Senior High 


Total 
Teacher* 


Kinder- 
garten 


Elementary 


Junior High 


Senior High 




County 


City 


County 


City 


Male 


Female 


Male 


fttntJi 


Male 


FctmEt 


l-Vmim- 


Male 


Female 


Male 


Female 


Male 


Female 


State Totals. . 


♦9,513 


21 


6 


6 


6 


3 


330 


39 


76 


47 


13 


152 


3 


9,162 


12 


303 


5,194 


494 


1,395 


555 


1209 




169 
$3 

108 
«3 
86 
113 
SO 
24 
47 
44 
26 

B 

978 
S3 
43 

852 

>% 

31 
111 
19 
21 
26 
67 
90 
29 












9 
2 

4 
1 

3 

4 




1 


2 




6 
2 

I 
3 
3 




160 
51 

104 
62 
8? 

118 
80 
23 
45 
43 
26 
87 

944 
61 
40 

803 

317 
15 
31 

106 
27 
20 
26 
64 
89 
29 




4 
7 
3 
5 
2 


93 
27 
61 
36 
45 
62 
39 
1 
25 
27 
12 
49 
474 
37 
23 
451 
191 
8 
IS 
58 
15 
12 
17 
46 
67 
14 


7 
7 
8 
8 
7 
4 
9 
3 

10 
1 
4 
2 

57 
1 


25 
4 

15 
8 

10 
3 

10 
1 
3 
7 
4 
9 
193 
4 


11 
3 
2 
2 
8 

13 
7 
3 
1 
1 
1 
8 

49 
4 
5 

43 

16 
2 
4 
5 
3 
1 
3 
21 
4 
3 


20 
3 

15 
3 


Baker 




























3 




































1 
















36 

10 
1 
5 
5 
2 

13 

156 

9 

8 

HI 

43 
2 
3 

15 
4 
2 
1 
6 

tl 
4 




















5 
14 


Charlotte . ,,;, 












1 
2 

1 










1 
2 

1 












































1 


7 
3 
6 

14 
6 
4 
1 
6 
1 


Collier <*) 
































1 

32 
2 
2 

44 

15 
1 










I 
6 

1 
1 
6 

4 
1 






2 


2 








3 

1 
18 


13 
1 


6 


4 










Dixte 














5 


1 




1 


i 


IS 
5 


5 
2 


4 


31 
10 

7 
8 

1 

1 
I 


164 
49 
2 
4 
19 
5 
1 
3 
6 














































5 

2 
1 










5 
2 
1 






1 












































3 

3 
7 
1 


































3 
1 










3 
1 












































7 


5 



s 

tc 

K 
O 

a 
w 



I 
s 

H 

M 

o 

21 




Okeechobee . 
Orange 

Osceola 

Palm Beach. 



PidtllM 

Polk 

Putnam . . . 
St. Johns . . . 
St, Lode, . . . 
Santa Rosa . 
Sarasota 
Seminole, . . . 
Sumter 



Taylor. 

Union 

Volusia. , , , , 
Wakulla.... 

Walton 

Washington , 



40 

fi9 

957 

ISO 

S3 

208 

SO 

42 

161 

120 

112 

87 

36 

82 

17S 

144 

26 

60 

34 

10.' 

26 

327 

61 

306 

91 

434 

S12 

93 

79 

49 

126 

as 

111! 

79 
106 

72 

V 
305 

39 
112 
114 



4 
1 

3 
4 
3 
4 

2 
6 

"i 

ip 

2 
II 

i 

19 

10 
■1 
3 
I 
2 

3 

4 

! 

i 
i 
l 

10 
2 
1 
1 



14 



39 . 

66 . 

913 . 

ISO, 

52 . 
200. 

47 . 

41 . 
154. 
119 . 
108 

82 . 

33 . 

78 . 
175 
140, 

26. 

.SB . 

4*. 
10S . 

25 . 
308 . 

59. 
293 . 

86. 
43S 
49B . 

89 . 

76 . 

47 . 
124 

8.' . 
105 

76 . 
105 , 

70 . 

37 . 
29< 

36 . 
Hi . 
112 . 



(I) County Superintendent of Collier County teaches and is included In the there figures. 



2 
6 
19 
19 

19 
1 
7 
2 

"3 
2 
3 
4 
3 



2 
1 
8 
1 
12 

"0 

4 

"» 
5 
1 

M 

I 



2 
4 
3 
8 

21 



24 
36 . 

540 

74 

30 
121 

27 

24 

95 

71 

60 

47 

24 

51 
100 

7S 

16 

36 

31 

59 

15 
165 

32 
157 

32 . 
73.1 
305 

55 

50 . 

26 

69 

.in 

59 

44 

t,'. 

41 

73 
156 

22 . 

60 

66 



45 

14 

1 

14 

2 

2 

7 

7 

9 

5 

2 . 

I 

6 
10 

1 

2 

3 
12 

2 
11 

1 
14 

27 
29 

4 

"i 

8 
4 
7 
4 
4 
7 
4 
16 

'21 ' 
2 



169 
13 
10 
22 

5 

3 
22 
21 
17 
IS 

"ii 

22 
20 

4 
10 

4 

7 

3. 
42 

1 
37 

7 
91 
73 
II 
12 
II 
10 
13 
12 
11 
13 
15 

S 
S3 

in 

i 



5 

9 
42 
12 

6 

II 
3 
3 

14 

a 

2 

1 
9 

14 
4 
I 
4 
5 

'26 
7 

16 
9 

23 

25 
4 
4 
3 

10 
5 
7 
5 
S 
2 
I 

2S 



3 

15 

100 

16 

S 

13 

9 

2 

14 

12 

14 

7 

2 

10 

33 

21 

1 

7 

5 

14 

4 

52 

ia 

41 
14 
53 

58 
10 
9 
6 
13 
It 
20 
II 
9 
3 
1 
37 
10 
5 
14 



1 

s 

do 

d 

"8 



m 



H 
1 

W 

a 

s 

B 

H 



TABLE III 

PART 2— INSTRUCTION PERSONNEL, NEGRO 





INSTRUCTION PERSONNEL— NEGRO 


IMS- 1936 


Total 
Number 
Negro Super- 
visors, Prin- 
cipals, and 
Teachers 


SUPERVISORS 


PRINCIPALS 


CLASSROOM TEACHERS 


COUNTIES 


Total 
Super- 
vigors 


Central 


Special 

Subjects 


Total 
Prin- 
cipals 


Elementary 


Junior High 


Senior Hifb 


Total 
Teachers 


Kinder- 
garten 


Elementary 


Junior High 


Senior High 




County 


City 


County 


City 


Matt 


Female 


Male 


Female 


Male 


Female 


Female 


Mate 


Female 


Male 


Female 


Male 


Female 


Total State... 


3,896 


7 


7 








52 


17 


7 


6 


I 


20 


1 


2,837 




275 


2.041 


125 


200 


86 


110 














113 
10 
21 
20 
36 
39 
13 
6 
12 
12 

3 

SI 

167 

13 

12 

291 

89 

8 

IS 

120 

4 

2 

7 

32 

6 

4 












4 






i 




3 




109 
10 
21 
20 
36 
38 
13 

6 
12 
12 

3 
31 
161 
13 
12 
278 
86 

8 

IS 

120 

4 

2 

7 
32 

6 




7 


es 

6 
IS 
14 
28 
31 
11 
1 

11 

8 

3 

36 

96 

7 

9 

197 

63 

7 

9 

94 

3 


4 
2 


7 
2 


4 


2 












































6 
6 
3 
3 
2 
3 

I 


































































3 
2 


2 


1 






1 


1 








































Charlotte, , 


























1 


1 



































Clay 

Collier 


























1 


1 


1 


























































9 
3 
1 
3 
11 


13 
3 


2 

23 

2 


3 
6 


1 














6 




3 


1 


1 


1 




20 


De Soto 














































1 


1 








13 
2 


11 


1 

1 







1 
1 




8 
3 


35 
13 


io 
i 


17 
4 


Flagler .... 










1 
1 

12 




























1 
6 
1 


2 

4 


i 

2 


1 




























2 


Gilrhrirt 
























































2 
2 
7 








GuU 


























5 

23 

6 

3 










































































































1 











a 

H 



O 

*9 

d 
to 
f 



-4 

H 

w 



o 





H 

16 

146 

3 
13 

101 
M 
3 
51 
21 

133 
31 
IS 
72 
47 

112 
13 
17 
28 
9 
4 
73 
L3 
83 
18 
76 

112 
54 
50 
23 

10 

1* 
58 
25 
43 
25 
10 
108 
24 
20 
26 



























11 
16 

138 
5 
13 
99 
63 
3 
51 
21 

132 
30 
15 
72 
47 

HI 
15 
16 
25 
,9 
4 
72 
13 
81 
IS 
73 

112 
53 
48 
22 
19 
16 
57 
23 
43 
25 
10 

106 
23 
20 
26 






10 

12 

96 

2 

II 

39 

43 

3 

38 

14 

107 

24 

to 

51 

31 
81 
11 

S 
19 

7 

3 
53 
10 
62 
14 
47 
79 
42 
31 
14 
13 
1? 
4.'5 
19 
32 
20 

9 
72 
19 
10 
19 


1 


































41 

9 

3 

2 

31 

17 








Hillsborough . . . 


1 


i 








7 


4 




2 




1 




7 


17 


3 


6 














































i 

i 


i 

i 








t 










I 




4 

1 

1 


3 


1 


I 


















Lafayette 

Lake 






















3 

2 
S 


2 
2 
6 






























3 
1 

12 
6 
5 

17 
1 
8 
2 
1 
2 
2 

6 


3 


Lee 


























1 














1 






1 








2 


Liberty. 


i 


i 








































1 
9 
8 

2 

1 


3 

4 

a 

i 
i 

i 


























































2 
2 
1 

2 
















1 










1 




4 




































9 










1 




2 














2 
























































1 










1 








8 


3 




















1 

3 

1 

7 
8 


2 
8 
1 
6 
8 
I 
6 
















2 






1 




1 






1 
2 

2 
8 
6 

5 


3 


































3 




2 






1 




3 

5 

2 

2 


g 


Ftilk 
















4 














2 










1 
2 


■ 1 


2 


St. Johns 

St, Lode 










4 












6 


Santa Rosa ... 




3 
2 
5 
4 
6 
1 
1 
2 
2 
2 
5 


2 
1 
2 

1 
3 


















» 










1 




2 
2 


1 

1 
1 


3 


















































1 




































































2 










2 




5 
5 


13 
1 
3 

1 


7 
1 


7 


Wakulla 


i 


i 


















Walton , . 












Washington 































3*1 



DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 



TABLE IV 
EDUCATIONAL TRAINING OF SUPERVISORS, PRINCIPALS, 
AND CLASSROOM TEACHERS 





EDUCATIONAL TRAINING OF SUPERVISORS. PRINCIPALS, 
AND CLASSROOM TEACHERS 


1935- 19» 


WHITB 


NEGRO 


COUNTIES 


College 

Graduate 


Two-Year 

Norma] 
Graduate 


High 

School 
Graduate 


Less than 
High 
School 
Gradua- 
tion 


College 

Graduate 


Tiro-Year 
Normal 

Graduate 


High 
School 

Graduate 


Less than 
High 

Sthuol 
Gradua- 
tion 


Total State 


4,795 


2,452 


2.003 


263 


71! 


1,111 


766 


308 




S3 

14 

29 

9 

54 

74 

23 

12 

IS 

10 

16 

43 

605 

24 

16 

478 

151 

6 

29 

M 
is 

9 
11 
34 
24 
18 
12 
M 

461 
30 
25 
62 
20 
12 
95 
35 
86 
44 
4 
27 
69 
71 
12 
21 
22 
31 
9 

181 
37 

185 
34 

332 

361 
37 
41 
26 
29 
36 
45 
26 
30 
36 
5 

183 
13 
33 
27 


48 

4 

15 

6 

15 

35 

2 

5 

9 

6 

2 

14 

373 

5 

10 

221 

46 

6 

2 

4 

3 

4 

8 

il 

18 

5 

10 

18 

378 

11 

9 

53 

10 

3 

44 

37 

21 

14 

2 

11 

60 

47 

7 

19 

10 

9 

12 

110 

15 

89 

12 

122 

91 

23 

22 

15 

32 

41 

44 

23 

28 

10 

5 

86 

it 
3 


38 
27 
44 
40 
17 
13 
49 

7 
17 
27 

8 
31 




17 

4 
2 


36 
2 

2 

5 

22 

20 

1 

2 

3 


60 

4 

6 

4 

5 

12 

10 

4 

8 

4 

3 

23 




Bar 


8 

20 

8 


11 


Bradford 


11 




9 
6 






6 

3 
1 


] 




2 




2 
2 
3 








CU7 




Collier 








1 

60 

4 
2 
77 
30 
1 
6 
9 


16 
107 

1 

3 

199 

45 

4 
7 
18 


11 


Dade 






Dr Soto- ., . 


34 

16 

151 
128 

4 




6 
7 
14 
14 

3 


1 


Dixie 








2 

7 


1 


Bacambin . . . . 












2 


Gadsdeo 


9 

8 

8 

7 

15 
37 

6 
15 
15 
106 
101 
17 
79 
17 
2* 
19 
27 

3 
18 
17 
32 
41 
25 

2 

' 20 

22 

61 

5 
35 

9 
32 
45 




34 


39 


Gilchrist 




4 


Glades 








. 2 

4 

26 

4 

3 

4 

3 

27 

4 

6 

37 

12 

1 

14 

3 

69 

6 

3 

19 

13 

44 

8 

4 

16 

3 

3 

17 

4 

7 

14 

1 

28 

21 

2 




Gulf 






2 

2 
1 


1 


Hardee 


7 
11 


2 


2 
1 




1 

2 

4 
49 




1 

2 
7 
j 

2 
14 

i 
j 

3 

1 

2 

11 

13 

12 

8 

1 

5 




3 




9 
69 






1 




I 




4 
28 

1 

2 
15 

7 
29 
16 

3 
15 
28 
1 
S 
3 


3 

27 

1 

21 
11 

25 
9 






9 




50 






l>v* 


1 


Ltt..... ........... . 




Leon 


10 






liberty 


11 


Madison 


9 
15 
40 
6 
5 
7 
2 


41 


Manatee 


4 


Marion 




Martin 












3 




4 


4 




1 




1 


25 

3 

34 


30 
5 
40 
2 
42 
43 
24 
32 


1 
1 






2 
2 






33 
40 

a 

16 

23 

6 

3 

17 
3 
8 

2 




Polk 


51 
23 
16 
8 
60 
11 
21 
29 
41 
24 
IB 
36 
13 
34 
53 


9 

5 


1 


Putnam 


1 














5 




7 
6 
13 
18 
15 
10 

14 
5 
3 
2 


6 




7 

28 
3 
17 
6 
1 
68 
2 
2 










1 
7 
2 
10 


1 




3 


T-rtor 


7 
9 


26 
2 

7 




Wakulla 


7 
10 

3? 


13 


Walton 


8 

23 



TABLE V 

PART 1 

•GRADES OP CERTIFICATES HELD BY SUPERVISORS. PRINCIPALS, 
AND CLASSROOM TEACHERS 



1 935- 1936 
COUNTIES 


Temporary 


Third Grade 


Second Grade 


First Grade 


Life 
First 
Grade 


State 


Life State 


Professional 


Life 
Professional 




White 


Negro 


White 


Negro 


White 


Negro 


White 


Negro 


While 


Negro 


White 


Negro 


White 


N'esro 


White 


Negro 


White 


Negro 


Total State 


22 


530 


76 


182 


1.176 


396 

8 
1 

4 
3 
4 
12 
1 
2 
7 
2 
2 
9 


552 


49 


533 


47 






81 


5 


14 


2 


16 


| 






45 

14 
14 


I 

' 6 

1 


12 
3 

2 
1 


16 

21 
36 
14 

3 

1 
26 

2 
17 
12 

4 
19 


11 
6 
7 

22 

10 
1 

10 
2 
2 

17 
2 
3 
9 
6 
5 

25 

31 
2 
3 

J 

2 
3 

3 


1 

' ' io 

1 
1 


13 
4 

6 

6 
2 

2 

i 

4 
3 
1 
1 
8 
36 
17 


1 






2 

1 
1 

1 























1 
































1 


12 
1 


2 

1 


2 


4 
1 










2 




t 








1 
13 


2 
5 


7 


4 








1 
1 


1 








DcSoto 


2 
2 


3 
6 

1 

4 

77 
2 


3 


i 


7 
3 

84 

SB 

1 

2 

4 

3 

5 

7 

23 

32 

3 

4 

4 


4 

20 
16 
3 

9 

2 

1 
10 

4 

4 

3 






3 




1 




Duval 

Gilchrist 

Glades 


1 


1 

1 

I 
1 


1 

9 
2 




59 

24 

2 

1 
4 


2 






3 
6 








2 
2 




Gull 


I 


4 

1 

3 
4 


2 


17 

I 


i 
i 


6 

7 
1 
8 
5 


1 
1 






3 

1 




1 




2 






1 


2| 























o 
1 
"d 
> 
w 



o 

I 



■■/. 

w 
a 
o 

HI 

O 
2 









1 
1 

3 

3 


1 * 
3 

I 
2 

4 

3 


59 
58 

6 
44 

6 
16 
15 
14 

3 
24 

9 
19 
!9 

8 

4 

2 
16 
44 

2 
21 

11 
24 
19 
18 
20 

5 

1 
40 

5 
II 
12 
28 
13 
19 
IT 

8 
37 
51 


19 

1 

4 
3 
3 

1 
H 

30 
7 
2 
1 
6 

30 
6 

8 
3 

j 

3 
1 
6 
6 
Zl 
4 
2 

J 
1 

10 
3 
6 
4 

13 
2 
6 
9 


23 
32 
15 

27 
4 
6 
4 
9 
6 
8 
13 
13 
20 
14 
1 

5 
3 
9 


4 
1 
1 

1 

I 
1 
1 
1 

2 


28 
15 

17 

4 
4 
7 
4 


3 






4 








1 
2 

























1 


44 
56 


1 






















2 




1 








Jefferson 




































Lake.. 












I 












Lee 


3 


















1 






47 

1 

11 

63 


2 

2 
1 


10 

1 

8 

13 
1 


















Levy 


1 


4 
3 
7 
7 
4 
3 
9 
2 
7 
1 
21 
4 

10 
4 
10 
27 
9 
6 
5 
3 
4 
3 
I 
15 
11 
1 

H 






















1 










3 




' 












2 
3 








3 




















» 




2 








1 










1 


1 








1 


















7 


2 
6 
2 


3 

4 

1 

1 
1 
3 






1 

1 
























1 












1 


















3 

2 
8 
6 
4 

19 
1 
3 
1 

14 
1 
1 

6 
6 

3 

i, 

13 
17 
13 


1 
3 

2 

3 

2 

! 
i 


3 




















1 


3 
7 


1 






3 






























Pasco 


4 










1 


1 
















16 








Polk 


1 


1 
1] 

1 


2 

] 

9 
1 
I 

4 

t 


3 
3 

3 

' "s 

1 
3 

5 
3 


2 


































St. Joniia 




1 












1 














1 
4 
3 












I 




































1 






1 
14 
IS 
10 

9 


























2 
1 
























2 


















1 
















1 

4 












2 

1 


6 

1 
1 
1 












1 




Wakulla 


14 

1 

1 


1 


3 
3 

14 














Walton 


i 


9 
10 






7 

1 


I 




























TABLEJV 
PART 2 
•GRADES OF CERTIFICATES HELD BY SUPERVISORS, PRINCIPALS. 
AND CLASSROOM TEACHERS 



IMS- 19,16 
COUNTIES 


Special 


Life Special 


Primary 


Life 
Primary 


Graduate 

State 


Life 
Graduate 

State 


Teacher 

Training 




White 


Negro 


White 


Negro 


White 


Kegrt> 


Whit* 


Negro 


White 


Negro White 


Negro 


White 


Negro 


Total State 


136 


.1 


144 


12 


79 


3 


402 


16 


2.808 


1,120 


3,447 


516 


12 


1 












] 




6 
3 
3 
3 

4 
9 
4 


1 


S3 
10 
26 
7 
29 
.18 
31 

7 

13 

7 

9 

23 

302 

14 

IB 

207 

70 

4 

11 

51 

12 

4 

9 

16 

16 

13 

12 

■4 


31 
6 
3 

26 

u 


66 
3 

16 
3 

33 

59 


14 








1 

1 
3 
1 

2 




















4 

i 

2 
3 










Bradford 




3 

1 

2 


"l 


8 


























2 
2 
6 

3 

34 

3 

5 
162 
34 

4 

s 

23 

2 
... 

11 


9 

11 
3 
7 

20 
479 

13 

9 

373 

89 
7 

tl 

49 
8 
8 
S 
8 

23 
7 
2 

23 
































Clay 


I 








1 




1 




3 






























J 

72 

4 

1 

48 

13 


1 
S 


! 

.98 






Dade 


13 


1 


41 


3 


6 


1 


7 




Dixie 










1 

9 
2 












Oil 

6 




20 


2 


99 
34 

1 
6 
2 


1 


















2 




1 






















Gilchrist 






L 




























2 










Onlf 


1 
3 


























3 
















1 




4 






















1 

2 








1 

1 




1 
6 




f 

2 






Highlands 





2 









a 
a 
1 

I 

1 

H 
O 

I 

o 

M 

5S 

a 

w 

d 



i 









13 
2 

2 
2 
1 


2 


3 


42 
1 
I 

4 

4 
1 
S 
4 




303 
22 
10 
66 
21 
1 

70 
41 
36 
22 
j 
22 
61 
37 
10 
20 
12 
16 
6 
U 
13 

109 
24 

141 

219 
20 
12 
17 
43 
22 
39 
2* 
23 
IS 
2 
92 
12 
21 
19 


78 

4 
48 

1 

28 
M 
31 
23 

i 

23 

39 
3 
12 

4 

26 

3 

43 

1 
42 
33 
26 
33 
13 

S 

6 
31 

7 
13 

4 

66 
I 
6 


443 
17 
13 
38 

8 

3 
» 
37 
43 
23 

3 
12 
53 
47 

6 

18 

17 

16 

13 

16S 

31 

143 

22 

222 

205 

34 

42 

IS 

8 
49 
43 
IT 

a 
H 

2 

144 

3 

14 
II 


iJ 




















1 


2 
3 








1 
1 














t 
8 

14 






ukt :: 




2 


i 

2 










i,« 






4 


»■«••« 


1 




i 
















3 

2 

6 

1 

3 
{ 

18 

19 
13 


1 

1 
4 


" 
























2 
3 




1 
2 


1 


2 
2 
1 




















t 

I 




















1 






2 


I 






Nuliu 






5 






OktOooM 


I 




1 
6 





1 
6 


















2* 

1 

26 








***■*■ 




3 

I 
7 
2 

1 
1 




2 
2 
13 
7 
2 
1 




2 




•••■»* 








Pinellu 


2 


3 


1 


24 

23 

6 

9 

10 






St. Johm 






















2 
2 
2 




1 








4 
13 

2 










1 




\ 
2 

16 


"i 
















1 






1 
1 
4 
1 


i 


I 
6 






t 


2 

1 












17 

1 




















I 




3 

1 










2 




■ 











•No mtifinus reported tar 13 wbjtc ud 11 uefto lachsi 



TABLE VI 

PART 1— ENROLLMENT OF PUPILS BY GRADES 



i 



1935-19% 
COUNTIES 



Tom! State. 



(a)ORAND TOTAL 
ENROLLMENT 



Both 
R»ces 



385,763 



White 



(a) 284, 483 



Negro 



101,280 



Total 
Enrollment 
Kindergarten 



White 



672 



Negro 



First 
Grade 



Wbite 



35,350 



Negro 



24,719 



Second 
Grade 



White 



29,180 



Negro 



13,596 



Third 
Grade 



White 



29,610 



Negro 



13,417 



Fourth 
Grade 



White 



28,810 



Negro 



13.083 



Fifth 
Crude 



White 



28,103 



Negro 



10.SS4 



SUth 
Grade 



White Negro 



.'6.018 



8,421 



MTotd 

Enrollment 
Grades 1-6 



White 



177,250 



Negro 



84,090 



a 

I 

Jr 

a 

H 

■y. 
o 

ts 

F 



oa 

H 
» 

O 

— 
O 



Alachua.. 
Baker... . 

Bay 

Bradford 
Brevard . , 
Broward . . 
Calhoun . . 
Charlotte. 

Citrus 

Clay 

Collier . . . 
Columbia. 

Dade 

DeStrto., 
Dixie .... 
Duval (a) 
Eicainuia. 
Flagler.. . 
Franklin 
Gadsden . 
Gilchrist. 
Glades . . . 

Gulf 

Hamilton. 
Hardee. . . 
Hendry. 
Hernando 
Highlands 



8,927 
1 ,927 
4,657 
2,428 
3,14« 
5,895 
2,191 

846 
1,477 
1,540 

720 

4,380 

40,325 

2,205 

1,347 

36,313 

13,579 

735 
I 444 
?|207 
1,164 

616 

779 
2,620 
2,949 

902 
1,399 
2,613 



5,174 

1,561 

l!823 

2,169 

3,822 

1,869 

658 

1,086 

1,131 

624 

2,707 

32,417 

1,758 

960 

(a)25.46B 

10,579 

471 

940 

2,92) 

994 

537 

589 

1,606 

2,762 

720 

1,102 

2,043 



3,753 
366 
813 
606 
977 

2,073 
322 
188 
391 
409 
96 

1 ,673 

7,908 

447 

387 

10,845 

3,000 
264 
504 

4,286 
170 
79 
190 

1,014 
187 
182 
297 
S70 



98 



559 

274 
642 
340 
211 
417 
383 

81 

127 

237 

109 

348 

3,413 

199 

142 

2,571 

1,346 

68 
168 
348 
159 

82 
112 
253 
351 
119 

96 
250 



853 

175 

286 

257 

163 

701 

137 

41 

108 

87 

35 

544 

1,618 

70 

144 

1,585 

521 

109 

127 

1,306 

84 

28 

59 

464 

69 

47 

78 

160 



508 

177 

464 

217 

198 

394 

210 

74 

106 

93 

84 

266 

3,098 

1SI 

127 

2,285 

1,126 

57 

87 

300 

134 

70 

76 

187 

334 

62 

122 

213 



477 
37 

119 
53 

135 

269 
44 
15 
47 
63 
15 

186 

1,131 

39 

48 

1,441 

368 
39 
63 

59! 

23 

7 

31 

128 
26 
25 
46 
61 



533 
185 
456 
220 
216 
383 
212 

82 
124 
110 

68 

321 

3,186 

179 

104 

2,513 

1,116 

47 
114 
301 
HI 

79 

87 
201 
311 

73 
108 
238 



50) 
42 

116 
84 

158 

280 
59 
25 
43 
59 
19 

251 

969 

49 

53 

1,480 

409 
35 
69 

508 

16 

9 

26 

144 
22 
34 
52 
50 



498 

180 
435 
189 
227 
368 
212 

67 
131 
124 

76 

295 

2,921 

184 

125 

2,410 

1,093 

40 
111 
311 
118 

56 

64 
192 
277 

79 
114 
229 



491 
47 
99 
70 

144 

264 
46 
30 
68 
60 
12 

212 

986 

34 

60 

,616 

323 
43 
62 

533 
9 
16 
27 

130 
22 
18 
34 

104 



524 

200 
407 
173 
196 
378 
185 

62 
101 
148 

5) 

281 

2,924 

206 

88 
2,356 
1,134 

43 
100 
324 
103 

55 

41 
154 
306 

70 
119 
228 



390 

31 
61 
64 

122 

181 
23 
26 
53 
46 
4 

154 

888 

51 

35 

1,338 

310 
22 
61 

441 
17 
6 
21 
63 
16 
17 
35 

118 



531 

141 

359 

146 

202 

32) 

136 

59 

114 

93 

49 

241 

.804 

182 

120 

,207 

993 

57 

74 

270 

85 

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58 

148 

260 

68 

97 

204 



378 
II 
54 
51 
84 

135 
13 
20 
37 
39 
6 

130 

630 

52 

3) 

1,021 

275 
1 
3 

318 
6 
? 
16 
36 
20 
27 
24 
77 



3,153 


3,090 


1,157 


343 


2,763 


735 


1,285 


579 


1,250 


806 


2,263 


1,830 


1,358 


322 


425 


157 


703 


356 


805 


354 


437 


91 


1,772 


1,477 


18,346 


6,222 


1,101 


335 


706 


371 


14,521 


8 481 


6,808 


2,206 


312 


249 


654 


413 


1,854 


3,697 


710 


155 


385 


73 


433 


180 


1,135 


983 


1,839 


17S 


471 


168 


6S6 


269 


1,367 


370 



Hillsborough 
Holmes. . . . » , 
Indian River 

Jackson 

Jefferson . . . 
Lafayette.. ,, 

Lake 

Lee 

Leon 

Levy 

Liberty 

Madison 

Manatee 



Martin. 



Nassau 

Okaloosa . . . 
Okeechobee. 

Orange 

Osceola 

Palm Beach. 
Paws 

Folk 

Putnam 

St. John*. . . 
St. Lucie . . . 
Santa Rosa. 
Sarasota.. .. 
Seminole . . . 
Sumter ■ . < « . 
Suwannee. . 
Taylor..... 

Union 

Volusia. . . . . 
Wakulla.... 

Walton 

Washington 



38,257 
4,897 
1,730 
9, 60S 
3,417 
1,222 
6,485 
3,867 
7,466 
2,867 
1.103 
4,675 
6,323 
7,370 
1,080 
2.694 
2,251 
3,439 
916 

11,992 
2,117 

12,530 
2,783 

16,429 

19,778 
4,228 
3,757 
2.347 
4.541 
3,329 
4.936 
2,733 
4,722 
2,967 
1,374 

11.391 
1.4S6 
4,049 
4,079 



32,664 


5,593 






, . 


3,903 


1.022 


3,246 


650 


3,421 


748 


3,208 


746 


3,193 


618 


3,014 


484 


19,983 


4,765 


132 




. . . 


. , 


B12 


27 


541 


18 


533 


17 


538 


18 


504 


16 


452 


19 


3,362 


1.314 


416 








158 


123 


141 


76 


131 


57 


141 


48 


140 


63 


110 


2h 


841 


6,033 


3,572 








1,071 


1,311 


697 


528 


601 


431 


681 


422 


606 


300 


547 


233 


4,203 


962 


2,455 








111 


920 


106 


362 


lOtf 


297 


86 


310 


117 


227 


77 


181 


597 


1,143 


79 








187 


41 


117 


12 


123 


8 


128 


11 


144 




97 


4 


796 


4,924 


1.561 








593 


343 


548 


202 


523 


206 


510 


209 


525 


191 


440 


135 


3,139 


3,177 


690 








407 


131 


378 


89 


348 


102 


334 


76 


333 


66 


291 


63 


2,091 


2,933 


4.533 


"*39 






325 


1.405 


324 


562 


265 


618 


251 


337 


274 


432 


310 


337 


1,749 


1 ,996 


871 








284 


279 


222 


137 


221 


161 


215 


107 


170 


68 


219 


58 


1,331 


793 


310 








143 


132 


89 


33 


98 


36 


87 


37 


96 


32 


69 


25 


382 


2.381 


2.294 








334 


787 


271 


366 


291 


313 


265 


283 


257 


226 


196 


160 


1.614 


4,664 


1,659 


'"67 






549 


465 


408 


193 


429 


216 


429 


231 


492 


151 


436 


136 


2,743 


4,082 


3,288 








486 


667 


442 


571 


394 


454 


435 


473 


361 


353 


348 


280 


2,466 


690 


390 








79 


111 


90 


55 


68 


52 


94 


47 


78 


54 


54 


31 


463 


2,215 


479 








282 


77 


213 


56 


186 


44 


243 


40 


270 


67 


239 


41 


1,433 


1,476 


775 








218 


232 


159 


136 


169 


99 


184 


91 


141 


64 


147 


45 


1,018 


3. 188 


25! 


»*»*■*, 






601 


87 


325 


28 


373 


28 


361 


36 


323 


26 


321 


24 


2,304 


797 


119 








112 


SO 


86 


13 


92 


12 


94 


18 


81 


11 


70 


12 


535 


9,089 


2,903 








95B 


586 


918 


389 


925 


391 


883 


376 


926 


303 


802 


291 


5,412 


1,740 


377 








206 


76 


173 


49 


188 


35 


179 


69 


164 


56 


174 


21 


1,084 


8,916 


3,614 








1,030 


837 


866 


430 


906 


458 


917 


459 


901 


365 


848 


307 


5,468 


2,329 


454 








247 


93 


235 


94 


222 


62 


233 


70 


244 


56 


253 


35 


1,456 


13,563 


2.866 


"'422 






1,266 


517 


1,261 


283 


1,234 


326 


1.274 


350 


1 , 198 


366 


1,212 


245 


7,445 


15,967 


3.811 








2,010 


90S 


1.755 


520 


1,697 


507 


1,688 


473 


1,538 


377 


1,510 


279 


10,196 


2.438 


1,790 








305 


395 


266 


274 


261 


257 


268 


242 


236 


164 


203 


166 


1.539 


2.336 


1.421 








283 


276 


295 


177 


273 


175 


262 


176 


262 


152 


217 


104 


i.592 


1.536 


811 








160 


129 


156 


B6 


157 


124 


141 


106 


159 


92 


136 


84 


909 


3,982 


559 








738 


190 


416 


70 


424 


87 


439 


68 


373 


41 


437 


59 


2,827 


2.741 


588 








2B1 


129 


325 


82 


295 


83 


225 


99 


296 


75 


235 


42 


1,657 


2,738 


2.196 








346 


523 


261 


349 


279 


292 


249 


295 


253 


252 


237 


195 


t .625 


2,003 


730 








218 


209 


193 


84 


223 


137 


205 


85 


230 


82 


187 


62 


1.256 


3.221 


1,501 








494 


431 


350 


242 


369 


200 


334 


179 


317 


195 


293 


98 


2.159 


2,163 


804 








308 


259 


250 


150 


276 


114 


244 


77 


215 


87 


205 


51 


1.498 


1,204 


370 








179 


135 


155 


37 


130 


63 


136 


44 


130 


31 


107 


60 


837 


8.311 


3,080 


" '« 






794 


396 


815 


380 


827 


379 


803 


356 


606 


'382 


761 


325 4.806 


1,005 


481 








168 


154 


110 


68 


109 


69 


118 


37 


98 


38 


88 


38 


691 


3.415 


634 








60S 


154 


391 


69 


395 


77 


408 


78 


346 


76 


309 


60 2,457 


3,255 


B24 








691 


256 


3+1 


129 


357 


120 


372 


104 


349 


83 


283 


53 


2,393 


pupil) in 


gpt-cial c 


•act, n 


hie] 


a 


re act i 


eluded 


in enrollment bj grades. 

















4,268 




115 




393 




3,225 




2,297 




76 




1,286 




327 


09 


3,911 


H 


810 


> 


293 


H 


2,137 


yi 


1,392 




2,798 
350 


d 


325 


13 

P5 


667 


229 


W 


116 
2,336 

306 
2,856 


r. 
1 


410 


2,087 


3,064 


H 


1,498 


I 


1,060 


621 


CO 


515 




310 


w 


1,906 


m 


659 
1,345 


3 


738 


3 


370 


H 


2,218 




424 




314 




747 






CO 




s 



(a) 



179 



TABLE VI 

PART 2— ENROLLMENT OF PUPILS BY GRADES 



1933-36 
COUNTIES 



Total State .... 



Alachua 

Baker 

Bay 

Bradford 

Brevard 

Broward 

Calhoun 

Charlotte 

Citrus 

Clay 

Collier 

Columbia 

Dade 

DeSoto 

Dixie 

Duval. (a) 

Escambia 

Flagler 

Franklin 

Gadsden 

Gilchrist 

Glades 

Gull. . 

Hamilton 

Hardee 



Seventh 
Grade 



White 



JM93 



470 

136 

293 

153 

206 

326 

145 

63 

S3 

87 

69 

203 

3.109 

180 

76 

2.194 

855 

38 

53 

249 

St 

47 

41 

143 

255 

32 

92 

144 



Negro 



5.665 



221 
13 
51 
13 
53 

114 

"io 

13 
19 
5 

93 

4BI 

37 

13 

737 

222 

8 

21 

231 

3 

4 



Eighth 
Grade 



White 



21.65! 



382 

«S 

266 

118 

164 

337 

129 

60 

74 

77 

47 

174 

2,688 

143 

69 

1,960 

815 

28 

56 

211 

7tl 

35 

32 

93 

200 

51 

85 

142 



Negro 



4,129 



127 

9 

24 

14 
36 

57 



9 
22 
17 

41 

347 

32 

3 

519 

199 

6 

20 

131 

2 

2 

10 

6 

3 

3 

7 



Ninth 
Grade 



White 



19,913 



366 
70 

208 
99 

166 

265 
95 
39 
79 
73 
34 

186 
,600 

104 

34 

,914 

832 
34 
56 

188 
48 
27 
37 
93 

213 
49 
SS 

146 



Negro 



2.893 



123 
I 
2 



40 
46 



12 



27 

319 

15 



416 

151 

1 

72 

II 

4 



Total 
Enrollment 
Gradea 7-9 



While 



66,757 



1,218 
304 
769 
372 
336 
928 
369 
162 
241 
237 
130 
563 

8,397 
427 
179 

6,068 

2 , 502 
100 
167 
648 
199 
109 
110 
329 
668 
152 
265 
432 



Negro 



12,889 



471 

25 

77 

27 

149 

217 



31 

35 

42 

5 

161 

1,147 

84 

16 

1,672 

572 

15 

63 

473 

II 

6 

10 

29 

12 

. 14 

28 



Tenth 
Grade 



White 



16.. WO 



300 
45 

171 
74 

143 

257 
52 
35 
59 
33 
IS 

148 

2,295 

97 

34 

1,829 

568 
28 
43 

156 
28 
20 
18 
58 
97 
42 
65 

113 



Negro 



1,977 



m 



15 

252 

IS 



311 

90 

"o 

58 

4 



Eleventh 
Grade 



White 



12.099 



248 
23 

108 
43 

124 

21 
48 
19 
49 
34 
14 

128 

1,770 

62 

30 

1,227 

383 
16 
39 

130 
27 
14 
9 
40 
94 
32 
54 
83 



Negro 



1,299 



44 

' i 

"3 
S 



11 

126 

10 



218 
68 



Twelfth 
Grade 



White 



11,125 



255 
32 
S3 
48 

116 

163 

42 

17 

34 

22 

8 

96 

1,511 

71 

11 

1,823 

318 
15 
57 

133 
30 
9 
19 
44 
64 
23 
62 
48 



Negro 



1 ,025 



49 



9 

161 



163 
64 



Total 
Enrollment 
Grades 10-12 



White 



39,804 



803 

100 

312 

165 

3S3 

631 

142 

71 

142 

S9 

37 

372 

5,576 

230 

73 

4,879 

1,269 

39 

119 

419 

85 

43 

46 

142 

255 

97 

181 

244 



Negro 



4,301 



192 



22 
26 



13 



35 

539 

28 



692 
222 

"28 
116 

4 



Hillsborough 


3,162 


433 


2,511 


325 


2,248 


231 


7,921 


9891 


2271 


140 


1,382 


117 


1,105 


m 


4,738 


336 


Holmes. . . . * 


442 


7 


315 


10 


237 




994 


17 


177 




118 




9* 




389 




Indian River 


113 


13 


105 


10 


104 




322 


23 


66 




40 




43 




151 




Jackson 


323 


136 


429 


SI 


317 


48 1,269 


285 


230 


29 


177 


23 


134 


10 


561 


62 


JeHenon .......... 


92 


90 


79 


55 


69 


10 


155 


48 


3 


44 




33 




123 


3 


Lafayette 


96 


1 


82 


2 


59 




237 


3 


50 




39 




21 




ltd 




Lake 


429 


89 


371 


69 


3.52 


39 


1,132 


197 


232 


37 


207 


23 


194 


16 


633 


78 


Lee . . . ■ . . . 


291 


39 


203 


31 


203 


30 699 


120 


154 


17 


134 


17 


99 


9 


387 


43 


Leon . r . 


243 


183 


205 


149 


212 


126 660 


451 


174 


71 


IS2 


34 


159 


39 


485 


164 


Lery 


148 


39 


178 


22 


110 




436 


61 


86 




75 




68 




229 




Liberty 


SO 


9 


39 


6 


37 




I4« 


IS 


26 




22 




17 




65 




Madison , 


139 


S3 


177 


44 


171 


19 507 


146 


117 


6 


78 


3 


65 




260 


11 


Manatee .......... 


473 


106 


3S7 


63 


359 


46 1,189 


217 


278 


I", 


212 


13 


173 


12 


665 


SO 


Marion ........... 


384 


168 


314 


123 


328 


81 


1,026 


372 232 


57 


196 


34 


162 


27 


590 


118 


Martin 


61 


22 


50 


6 


36 


4 


147 


32 38 


5 


20 


I 


22 


1 


SO 


8 


Monro*. .^_, ....... 


193 


4! 


166 


40 


141 


27 


502 


108 


119 


16 


75 


17 


86 


1.1 


2B0 


46 


Nassau ........... 


1.10 


39 


98 


24 


86 


13 314 


76 62 


15 


52 


7 


30 


10 


144 


32 


Okaloosa.. ........ 


222 


1ft 


209 


8 


166 


4 


597 


22 113 




90 




84 




287 




Okeechobee 


78 


t 


62 


1 


49 




IS9 


3 


24 




29 




20 




73 




Orange 


865 


178 


719 


159 


6B0 


77 


2,264 


414 


. 615 


71 


432 


48 


366 


34 


1.413 


153 


Osceola 


155 


33 


143 


17 


119 


11 


417 


61 


97 


to 


77 




63 




239 


10 


Palm Beach 


742 


260 


699 


167 


736 


138 2,177 


565 


554 


82 


389 


71 


328 


40 


1,271 


193 


Pasco 


212 


17 


184 


13 


187 


8 583 


38 


124 


6 


97 




69 




290 


6 


Pinellas 


1.183 


266 


1,132 


139 


1,033 


138 3,348 


563 


962 


87 


715 


75 


671 


34 


2,348 


216 


Polk 


1,383 


259 


1,172 


184 


1,123 


114 


3.680 


557 


905 


92 


599 


52 


385 


46 


2,089 


190 


Putnam 


193 


82 


192 


93 


164 


46 349 


221 


128 


31 


113 


21 


109 


a 


350 


71 


St. Johns 


177 


120 


152 


89 


161 


53 


490 


262 


40 


76 


26 


67 


33 


254 


99 


St. Lucie..., 


130 


33 


124 


40 


112 


32 366 


105 


89 


30 


93 


28 


79 


27 


261 


83 


Santa Rosa , . 


346 


15 


243 


14 


216 


10 805 


39 


164 


5 


104 




82 




350 


5 


Sarasota. ......... 


253 


24 


191 


22 


207 


13 


653 


59 


156 


12 


169 


7 


106 




431 


19 


Seminole. 


229 


94 


254 


61 


206 


60 689 


215 


159 


33 


143 


23 


120 


19 


424 


77 


Sumter 


176 


34 


168 


24 


140 


13 


484 


71 


110 




89 




64 




263 




Suwannee. ,..,,,,. 


340 


60 


232 


44 


174 


22 766 


126 140 


16 


94 


12 


62 


2 


296 


30 


Taylor 

Ijntou . 


161 


17 


139 


31 


141 


11 


441 


59 


109 


6 


74 




41 


1 


224 


7 


123 




79 




66 




268 




51 




31 




17 




99 




Volusia 


742 


282 


719 


195 


638 


136 2 


613 


563 


126 


403 


79 


392 


44 


1.360 249 


Wa<ul!a 


83 


28 


71 


12 


SO 


7 


m 


47 


37 


5 


34 


3 


39 


7 


10 


Walton, 


282 


47 


214 


41 


206 


20 rta 


108 


IZfl 


13 


84 




52 




256 


12 


W^iliOittuH 


269 


9 


228 


23 


127 


5 


624 


77 


96, 




71! 




64 




238 





09 

> 
g 

m 

-i 

•9 




SI 

w 

M 

►a 

% 



•Includes 179 unclassified pupils in special classes, which are not included in enrollment by grades 



TABLE VII 

AGGREGATE DAYS ATTENDANCE 



s 





a 



if 
o 

a 

H 
F 



W 

a 

i 











AGGREGATE DAYS ATTENDANCE 


1935-1936 






















Grand Total 




WHITE 






NEGRO 




COUNTIES 


Both Rices 


* 


















Total White 


Grades 1-6 


Grades 7-9 


Grades 10-12 Total Negro 


Grades 1-6 


Grades 7-9 


Grades 10-12 


State Toul 


52,821,580 


39,410,331 


24,132,595 


9,513,684 


5,764,052 


13,411.249 


10.957.902 


1,799,150 


654,197 


Alachua 






l,233,SBO 


738,502 


435,667 


181,840 


120,995 


495,078 


403,227 


63,485 


28.366 


Baker. . . . 








229,260 
5+3,582 


194,357 
453,916 


140,284 
306, 5 J2 


40,191 
99,448 


13,882 
47,936 


34,903 
89,666 


32,102 

81,909 


2,801 
7,607 




Bay 


150 


Bradford . 








285 ,065 


224,511 


153,548 


47 ,980 


22,983 


60,534 


57,816 


2,738 




Brevird . , 








472,695 


327,012 


183,250 


30,688 


63,074 


145,683 


119,647 


22,712 


3,324 


Broward . 








774,973 


536,747 


313,542 


133.548 


89,657 


238,226 


209,404 


25,294 


3,528 


Calhoun. . 








274,933 
122,389 


234,040 
93,792 


164,349 
SB, 444 


49,195 
25.104 


20,496 
10,244 


40,893 
28,597 


40,893 
24,022 






Charlotte. 


4,575 




Citrus 






200,869 


148,567 


91,299 


38,224 


19,044 


52,302 


48,205 


4,097 




Clay 

Collier 






183,527 


136,932 


92,397 


32,427 


12*108 


46,595 


39,893 


4.989 


1,713 






82,471 


72,705 


50,985 


16,818 


4.902 1 


9,766 


9,254 


512 




Columbia ,,.,,, 






528,906 


333,343 


207,233 


72,051 


56,05? 


193,563 


168,860 


19,385 


5,318 


Dade 






5,512,851 


4,381,850 


2,300,214 


1,136,619 


745,017 


1,131,001 


893,794 


154,783 


82,424 


aSE".v." 






303,727 


240,233 


143,007 


62,666 


34,560 


63,494 


46,909 


12,535 


■1.000 






185,157 


140,655 


98,301 


29,464 


12,890 


44,502 


42,653 


1,849 




Duval 






5,408,903 


3,775,636 


2,233,891 


918,175 


623,570 


1,633,267 


1,260,286 


259,870 


113.111 


Escambia. , 






1,971,690 


1,523,891 


939,771 


366,645 


197,475 


447,799 


323,774 


89,039 


34,986 


Flagler 






82,113 
184,533 


57,720 
119,808 


35,714 
84,731 


14.049 
18,924 


7,957 
16,153 


24,393 
64,723 


23,007 
51,985 


1,336 

8,572 




Franklin 


4,168 


Gadsden 






937,680 


459,555 


280,649 


107,036 


71,870 


478,125 


403,760 


57,819 


16,546 


Gilchrist 






133,969 


112,974 


76,893 


24,888 


1 1 . 193 


20,995 


18,939 


1.555 


501 


Glades 






85,113 


76,814 


31,835 


17,654 


7,325 


8,299 


7,707 


592 




Gull 






90,840 
276,869 


69,455 

198,073 


48,186 
135,856 


14,660 

41.804 


6,6091 

20,413 


21,385 

78,796 


20,049 
75,553 


1,336 
3,243 




Hamilton 




Hardee. 






379,376 
117,216 


355,496 
95,619 


224,225 
62,312 


92,741 
20,524 


38,5301 

12,7831 


23,880 
21,597 


22,362 
19,528 


1,518 
2,069 




Hendry 




Hernando 








204,3561 


162,557 


93,096 


40,053 


27,4081 


41,799 


37,156 


4,643 





Highland. 


390,917 


313,574 


207,390 


68,26) 


39,923 


73,3381 


75.338 






Hillsborough 


5,304.675 


4,506,153 


2,758,866 


1,098,042 


649,243 


798,322 


600.349 


148.122 


50,031 


Holmct . ............. 


642 .3*9 


623,920 


435.283 


133,096 


35.541 


18.439 


15.762 


2,677 




Iodinu River.. 


239.162 
1.136,933 


187.070 
748,528 


113,922 

509.044 


48.597 
159,855 


24.351 
79,62* 


52,092 
408,405 


49.247 
365.436 


2.845 

34,207 




JttdEioD. ........ *i*.. 


8,762 


JtJtM ............. 


472,677 


138,245 


82,442 


35,943 


19,860 


334 ,433 


312.735 


21,347 


350 


Lafayttti 


142,029 


133,156 


88,943 


29,588 


14,625 


8,673 


8,738 


135 




Uk«, 


913,946 


668.085 


405,449 


162,029 


100,607 


245,861 


201.842 


31,275 


12^744 


Lm. ««*•«<•.»..»••••« 


572,466 


457.863 


283,499 


103,347 


67,017 


114,603 


87,883 


19,457 


7,263 


Ln, 


971,056 


445,794 


254,958 


110,083 


80,753 


525,262 


439,923 


59,611 


25,728 


I*»T 


361,373 


261,767 


169,164 


58,988 


33.615 


99.606 


92,222 


7.384 




Liberty 


137,946 

556,037 


100,925 
299,058 


73,238 
194 , 146 


18,633 

66,893 


9.054 
38,019 


37.021 

256,979 


34,987 
238,618 


2.034 
16,715 




Modnoa 


1.646 


UuMM 


MJM 


617,612 


362,614 


156.330 


98,668 


191,073 


162,730 


22,499 


5,844 


Marion. 


1,044,262 


620,033 


362,557 


161,527 


95,949 


424,229 


354,010 


52,117 


18,102 


Martin , 


144,484 


92,000 


60,160 


20,960 


10,880 


52,484 


47,684 


3,520 


1,280 


Monroe 


J99,jjj 


326.324 


214,707 


71,854 


39,763 


73,413 


32,209 


14,190 


7,014 


Nuuu.. 


278.946 


194,172 


129.5BI 


43,338 


21,253 


84,774 


70,243 


9,731 


4,600 


Okelooaa 


464,27.7 
122,660 


432.921 
106.317 


308,638 
65,574 


83.091 
29,531 


41,192 
11,212 


31,306 
16,343 


28,479 
15,935 


2.827 

408 




Okeechobee. ..,.,,*»■* 




Oranie. 

Oaceola 


1,841,23] 


1,421,937 


823,364 


360,299 


233,274 


419,298 


332,880 


63.343 


J3*.075 


276,436 


223.123 


139,911 


51.9.10 


32,275 


53,313 


42,649 


9,064 


1,600 


Palm Beach .......... 


1 ,795 ,385 


1,296.631 


784. 889 


327 , 102 


184,640 


498,754 


385,122 


81,966 


31,666 


Paaco. 


362,202 


306,043 


110,16! 


79,359 


46,523 


56,159 


31,453 


3,776 


930 


Pinellai 


2,321,375 


1,674 272 


1.040,562 


478,736 


354,974 


447 , 103 


334,015 


80,229 


32,859 


Polk 


2.891,769 


- 2,364,873 


1,461,758 


562,096 


341,089 


326,896 


420,740 


78.894 


n , 24] 


Putnam 


626,577 


384,9*2 


239 .693 


87,374 


37,875 


241,635 


200,254 


31 , 123 


10.258 


St. Joliin 

St. Lucie 


504,634 


315,641 


208,705 


71,266 


35,670 


188,99.1 


138,451 


35,683 


14,859 


317.576 


223.642 


129,636 


56,026 


37,980 


93,934 


71,712 


12,397 


'1.H1S 


Saula Ktm ,. 


567,695 


504,724 


352,274 


102.848 


49,602 


62.971 


58,246 


4,202 


523 


Bar— nta 


458,933 


363,153 


215,087 


86,517 


61,549 


95 .780 


83,204 


9,322 


3,234 


SnaBtaokt ............. 


736.934 


433,651 


248.536 


114,678 


70,437 


303,283 


261,047 


29.866 


12,370 


Sumter. .............. 


342.738 


262,912 


156,759 


67,618 


38,535 


79,826 


7 1 .573 


8,253 




Suwannee ........... 


549.084 


.194.880 


255 .0.1 1 


96,513 


43,336 


154.204 


136,760 


13,921 


3,523 


Taylor 


386.431 


293,008 


196.608 


62,297 


34 , 1(1.1 


93,443 


85.284 


7,281 


678 


192.166 
1.522.371 


147,072 

1.098,573 


99,744 
616,371 


34,357 
285,960 


12.771 
196.244 


45.094 

423,796 


45,094 

296.960 






Vohuia. 


90,216 


36,620 


Wakulla. 


195.018 


136,746 


93,314 


29, 123 


14,309 


58.272 


50,588 


6.247 


1,437 


Walton 


503,762 


422,040 


290,160 


92,709 


39.171 


81,722 


65,459 


14,724 


1,539 


Waahmftoo 


498.024 


400.189 


285,639 


■ 1.344 


33.206 


97,635 


89,347 


8.488 





1 



(a) AVER AGE DAILY ATTENDANCE; 


TABLE VIII 
CbJPERCENTAGE OP ENROLLMENT IN AVERAGE DAILY ATTENDANCE 






AVERAGE DAILY ATTENDANCE 


PERCENTAGE 

OP ENROLLMENT 

IN AVERAGE 


1935-1936 


GRAND 

TOTAL 
BOTH 
RACES 


WHITE 


NEGRO 


DAILY 
ATTENDANCE 


COUNTIES 


TOTAL 
WHITE 


Grado 1-2 


GradtJ 7-9 


Gradei 

10-12 


TOTAL 
NEGRO 


Grade« 1-6 


Grades 7-9 


Grades 
10-12 


White 


Negro 


Total State 


306,355 


226,780 


139,776 


54. 4 20 


32,584 


79,775 


65.455 


10,544 


3,776 


80% 


79<'i 




7,337 
1,443 
3,338 
1.909 
2,736 
4,468 
1,718 

720 
1,754 
1,147 

314 

3,281 

30,626 

1,899 

1,089 

30,141 

11,541 

SI! 
1,154 
3,541 

838 

516 

S73 
1,850 
2,343 

735 
1,142 


4.285 

1,217 

2,790 

1 ,405 

1,877 

2,981 

1.464 

547 

927 

857 

452 

2,071 

24,343 

1,502 

811 

70,979 

8,888 

361 

749 

2,355 

707 

464 

433 

1,244 

2,193 

599 

906 


2,554 
878 

1,925 
960 

1,078 

1,742 

1,027 
345 
568 
578 
317 

1,300 

13.B90 

894 

373 

12,413 

5,648 
223 
329 

1,561 
481 
324 
302 
854 

1,417 
390 
S31 


1,043 
252 
599 
301 
449 
742 
309 
143 
240 
203 
105 
451 

6,314 
392 
166 

5,103 

2,125 
88 
119 
596 
156 
99 
91 
262 
562 
129 
223 


688 

87 

266 

144 

33C 

497 

128 

59 

119 

76 

30 

320 

4,139 

216 

72 

3,463 

1,115 

50 

101 

398 

70 

41 

42 

128 

214 

80 

132 


3,052 
226 
568 
504 
859 

1.487 
254 
173 
327 
290 
62 

1.210 

6,283 
397 
278 

9.162 

2,653 
154 
405 

2.986 
131 
52 
138 
606 
150 
136 
236 


2,494 
208 
518 
481 
705 

1,308 
254 
146 
301 
250 
59 

1,057 

4,966 
293 
267 

7,086 

1,922 
145 
323 

2,521 
118 
48 
130 
584 
141 
123 
209 


388 
18 
49 
23 
134 
157 


170 


83 
78 
73 
77 
87 
78 
78 
S3 
85 
76 
72 
77 
7S 
85 
84 
82 
84 
77 
80 
87 
71 
86 
74 
77 
79 
83 
82 


81 
62 


Bay 

Bradford 


1 

20 

22 


70 
83 

88 
72 




79 


Charlotte 


27 

26 

29 

3 

120 

860 

79 

II 

1,448 

525 

9 

54 

361 

10 

4 

8 

22 

9 

13 

27 


11 

33 

457 

25 

'628 
206 


92 




84 


Clar 


71 


Collier 


63 


Columbia , , ....... 

Dade 

De Soto 


72 

79 
89 


DUie 

Duval 


72 
84 
88 


Flagler 


58 


Franklin 

Gadsden 

Glade* 

Gulf... 


26 

104 

3 


80 
70 
77 
66 
73 




60 
80 






73 
79 


Hernando. 





8 

a 

> 

■ 

a 



o 
a 

CO 

r 1 



■i. 

w 
a 
a 

O 
2 



Highlands . . 
Hillsborough. 

Holme! 

Indian River, 
Jackson. . . . . 

leflerson 

Lafayette 

Lake 

Lee 

Leon 

Levy 

Liiierty 

Madison .... 

Manatsc 

Marion 

Martin 

Moo-oe 

N atwi 

0*a1oosa- ■ . . 
Okeechobee , . 

Orange 

Oieeola 

i'lilra Beach. 
Pasco ....... 

Pinellas 

Polk 

Putnam ..... 

St. Johns 

St. Luiie. . . . 
Santa Rosa . . 
Sarasota .... 
Seminole, . . . 

Sumter 

Suwannee. . . 

Taylor 

Union 

Volusia. .... 
Wakulia .... 
Walton 
Washington, 



2,234 


1,759 


1,159 


379 


221 


475 


475 






86 


79.474 


25,038 


15,329 


6,102 


3,607 


4,436 


3,335 


823 


278 


77 


4,016 

1.4S0 


3,901 
1,124 


2,719 
712 


833 


349 


115 


98 


17 




82 


276 


136 


326 


308 


18 




86 


7,213 


4,661 


3,183 


998 


480 


2.552 


2,282 


215 


55 


77 


2,700 


791 


471 


206 


114 


1,909 


1.786 


121 


2 


82 


886 


830 


554 


185 


91 


56 


55 


1 




73 


5 , 2cx. 


3,793 


2,329 


904 


560 


1,413 


1,160 


180 


73 


77 


3,179 


2,540 


1,584 


584 


372 


639 


491 


108 


40 


80 


5.682 


2,487 


1,422 


614 


451 


3,196 


2,696 


354 


145 


85 


2,266 


1,641 


1,064 


368 


209 


625 


577 


48 




82 


866 


630 


458 


116 


56 


236 


223 


13 




79 


3,474 


1,868 


1,213 


417 


238 


1,606 


1,492 


104 


10 


78 


4,791 


3,597 


2,160 


888 


549 


1,194 


1,017 


141 


36 


77 


6,103 


3,450 


2.016 


900 


534 


2,653 


2,214 


326 


113 


85 


904 


57? 


376 


131 


68 


329 


299 


22 


8 


83 


2,223 


1.813 


1,193 


399 


221 


410 


292 


79 


39 


V. 


1 ,704 


1 , 158 


777 


256 


125 


546 


454 


62 


30 


78 


2,905 


2,707 


1,930 


520 


257 


198 


179 


19 




85 


740 


637 


410 


165 


62 


103 


100 


3 




80 


10,237 


7,903 


4,605 


2,003 


1,295 


2,334 


1,852 


354 


128 


87 


1.737 


1,395 


869 


324 


202 


342 


274 


58 


10 


80 


10,002 


7,201 


4,359 


1,817 


1.025 


2,801 


2,169 


456 


176 


81 


2,208 


1,856 


1,128 


469 


259 


352 


322 


24 


6 


SO 


12.902 


10,415 


■ 3,782 


2,661 


1 .972 


2,487 


1,858 


447 


182 


77 


16. 859 


13,564 


8,437 


3,207 


1,920 


3,295 


2,633 


492 


170 


85 


3,646 


2,136 


1,331 


483 


322 


1,510 


1,252 


194 


64 


88 


3,164 


1,970 


1,302 


443 


223 


1,194 


877 


224 


93 


If 


1,831 


1,245 


723 


311 


211 


586 


448 


77 


61 


81 


3,372 


3,132 


2,202 


634 


296 


440 


409 


28 


3 


79 


2.552 


2,017 


1,193 


480 


342 


535 


465 


52 


IS 


74 


4,096 


2.412 


1.381 


639 


392 


1,684 


1.449 


166 


69 


88 


2,101 


1,600 


980 


399 


221 


501 


448 


33 




B0 


3,433 


2,470 


1,593 


603 


272 


963 


855 


86 


22 


77 


2,217 


1,633 


1,095 


347 


191 


584 


533 


46 


5 


73 


1,203 


920 
6,319 


624 
3,626 


216 
1,598 


80 
1,095 


283 
2,605 


281 
1,853 






76 


8.924 


535 


315 


• 76 


1 32^ 


857 


584 


183 


90 


365 


317 


39 


9 


fj 


3,134 


2.S35 


1.811 


58" 


224 


',09 


408 


91 


>0 


77 


3.1(1 


3.501 


1 734 


510 


207 


610 


556 


54 




77 



S3 

79 
87 
78 
71 
78 
71 
91 
93 
70 
72 
76 
70 
72 
81 
84 
86 
70 
79 
B7 
80 
91 
78 
78 
87 
86 
84 
84 
72 
79 
91 
77 
69 
64 
73 
76 
S3 
76 
80 
74 



■I. 

Hi 
S 

M 

d 

*o 
a 
I 

I 

H 
Z 

a 
a 

02 

M 
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^TRANSPORTATION; 


TABLE IX 

MFREE TEXTBOOKS FURNISHED BY STATU 








TRANSPORTATION 


FREE TEXTBOOKS 
FURNISHED BY STATE 


1935-1936 
COUNTIES 


Pupils Transported 


Cost of Transportation 


Coat 

Per Pupil 
Trans- 
ported 


Enrollment 

Grades 

1-12 


(2)Cost of 

Bunts 


Cost Per 

Pupil 


Amt. Remit- 
ted (0 State 
Tiras. for 




Total 


White 


Negro 


Total 


White 


Negro 


Books Lost 
Destroyed 
During Year 


Total State .... 


73,040 


71,376 


1.664 


11,604,640.01 


11.579.824.67 


f 24,815.34 


$ 21.97 


385,091 


$823,349.06 


* 2.14 


$ 208. 26 


Alachua 

Baker 




1,81ft 
842 
605 
984 
997 
770 
578 
249 
302 
607 
37C 
972 

3, 94 4 
615 
221 

3,805 

2,924 
226 
334 

1,315 
670 
111 
119 
721 
371 
239 
397 
521 

3,624 

2,143 
456 


1,818 
842 
596 
968 
885 
770 
573 
238 
302 
552 
310 
947 

3,848 
615 
221 

3,534 

2,924 
226 
299 

1,315 
670 
114 
119 
721 
367 
239 
397 
519 

3,612 

2,143 
423 


9 

16 
112 

II 

55 
60 
25 
96 

271 

35 

"4 

"2 
12 

33 


40,879.70 
13,612.92 

9,685.21 
22,409.44 
32,716.47 
16,687,22 
10,680 81 

6,089 82 
15,699.00 
14,560 80 

3,963. 10 
17,703.27 
99.175.40 

8,576.69 
10,714,65 
81,310 54 
36,751 84 

6,630 60 
11,882.58 
24,553.88 

8,162.55 

5,371 42 

2.096.00 
12,500.80 
17,397.78 

4.086.10 

8,905 83 
16,161.39 
89,683.11 
23,835.11 
12,717.24 


40,879.70 
13,612.92 

9 ,660. 2 1 
22,281.41 
28,836.51 
16,637,22 
10,680:34 

5,848 82 
15,699.00 
13,960.80 

8,193.33 
17.143.02 
98,050.40 

8,576,69 
10,714.65 
80,684 04 
36,751.84 

6.630.60 
11,522.58 
24,553.88 

8.162.55 

5,371.42 

2,096 00 
12,500.80 
17,355.88 

4,086.10 

8,905.83 
16.149.29 
89,278.11 
23,835.11 

9,624.01 




22.49 
16.17 
16.01 
22,77 
32 8! 
21,67 
18.48 
24. 46 
51,98 
23.99 
24.22 
18.22 
25.15 
13.95 
48 48 
21.37 
12.37 
29.34 
33.58 
18.67 
12.18 
47.12 
17.61 
17.34 
19.97 
17,10 
22,43 
31.02 
24.75 
11.12 
27.89 


8,927 
1,927 
4,657 
2,428 
3,146 
5.895 
2,191 
846 
1,477 
1,540 
720 
4.380 

40,227 
2,205 
1,347 

36.313 

13,579 

735 

1,444 

7,207 

1.164 

616 

779 

2.620 

2,949 

902 

1,399 

2,613 

38.237 
4.897 
1,730 


19,766.95 
3,016.06 
7,688.43 
3,636.89 
6,853.76 

11,747.71 
4,604.86 
1,585.99 
2, ,561. 90 
2,611.19 
760. 17 
7,141.30 
113.344.49 
5,073.30 
1,753.42 

75,382.94 

27,502.54 
1,014.11 
3,631.88 

11,633.29 
2,477.48 
1 ,067 . 10 
877.79 
4,812.41 
9,350.87 
1,861.43 
3,018.25 
4,212.01 

77.7*6.69 
9,063.73 
3,880.59 


2.21 
1.S7 
1.65 
1.50 
2.18 
1.99 
2.10 
1.87 
1.73 
1.70 
1.06 
1.63 
2.32 
2.30 
1.30 
2,08 
2.03 
1.38 
2.52 
1.61 
2.13 
1.73 
1.13 
1.84 
3.17 
2.09 
2.16 
1.61 
2.03 
1.85 
2,24 


35. 31 


Bay 




25.00 

128.03 

3,829.96 










Brevard 




49.29 










Charlotte. . . 




:ti 01) 

600 00 

769.77 

562. 25 

1,125.00 

626. 50 




Citrus 

Clay 




Collier 

Dade 




.61 


De Soto . . 

Diiie 

Duval , 




.91 


H si-am lii ii . , . 
Flagler 








360 00 








Gilchrist. .. . 






Glades 






Gulf 








Hamilton. . . 

Hardee 

Hendry . , . . 




12.10 

405.00 

3,093.23 


i'.ii 

"i'46 


Hillsborough 






Indian River 







o 
m 

H 

K 



© 



3 

a 
1 





2,964 


2.964 
550 




150 


. . . 


195 

1,778 


595 

1.278 




1,251 


1,161 


90 


72.1 


725 




864 


SM 




337 


337 




1,086 


1,086 




1,333 


1,333 




1,173 


1,873 




369 


269 




M 


83 




734 


701 


33 


1 ,350 


1,550 




2SJ 


253 




1,891 


1.869 


22 


413 


453 




1,291 


1,139 


152 


811 


848 


7 


1.824 


1,794 


30 


3,241 


3,080 


161 


901 


901 




B24 


721 


103 


721 


S6f 


156 


2,229 


2;229 




900 


900 




1,441 


1.344 


97 


916 


904 


12 


I.51B 


1,518 




1,006 


1.006 




724 


724 




1,341 


1.334 


T 


649 


599 


50 


1.06* 


1.065 


3 


1.149, 


1.149 





37,239 84 
22,257 62 
10,821 18 
37.027 79 
16.277 30 
22,016 03 
22.407 IS 

9.141.64 
19.557.10 
22.493 21 
53,249 79 

8,151.67 

5,632,21 
28,605.38 
20,096 41 

3.937.84 
74.B53 61 

9,133.55 
35. Sin S3 
24,631.89 
27,431.28 
103,049 n 
16.480 in 
26,146 14 
13,792, 14 
31,123 25 

9,490 65 
39.719.62 
13,590 12 
23.785 51 
24,033.75 

9,801.09 
41.658,77 
13.8.11 10 
17.134 85 
14.022 29 



37,239 

22,257 
10.821 
37,027 
14,712 
22.016 
22,407 

9.141 
19.557 
22.493 
13.219 

8,109 

5,632 
27.952. 
20,096 

3,937 
74,453 
. 9,133 

24 441 

26,524. 
103,163 
16.480 
26.129 
1 1 .801 
31,123 
9.490 

M.ova 

13,345 

23.785 
24 .033 
9,801 
45,612 
13,221 
17,133 
14,022 



1,564 38 



(1)41.84 



65.'.. Ml 



400 00 



2.812.12 

190.00 

911.03 

1,886.77 

1,990 86 



1,626.90 
244 99 



46.50 

610 00 

1.00 



12.561 

40 47 
IB 19 
28 97 
13 01 
30 17 
25 93 
27,13 
18.01 
16 87 
28 43 
30 30 
67 g(, 

38 97 
12.97 
15. 56 

39 18 

20 16 
27.74 
28 81 
11.04 
12.4 

18 29 
31.73 

19 13 
13 96 
10.55 
27.56 
14.84 
15,67 
13 H 
13 54 
34 05 

21 31 
16 04 
12 20 



9.605 
3,417 
1,222 
6.485 
3,867 
7,427 
2.867 
1,103 
4,675 
6. 256 
7,370 
1,080 
2,694 
2.231 
3,419 
916 

11,992 
2,117 

12,530 
2,783 

16,007 

19,778 
4,228 
3 757 
2,347 
4,141 
3,129 
4,916 
2,733 
4,722 
2.967 
1,574 

11,341 
1.486 
4.049 
4,079 



19,185.43 
1,478.46 
2,210 70 

13,895.88 
7,951 36 

16.161.84 
3,041.76 
2,290.72 
8,552 49 

12,086 89 

15,396 85 
1,717.16 
6.474.34 
4,360 37 
7,486.82 
2.127 57 

24,631.31 
5,133.42 

29,337.86 
6,982 66 

41,292 

42,136.09 
8,298 65 
8,960.14 
3,307,02 
7,332.71 
6,503,20 
9,803.97 
6,240.19 
7,961.10 
5,247.03 
3,246.78 

26,384 21 
2,638.74 
7. til 87 
8,274 42 



2.00 




1.60 




1 HI 




2.14 




2,06 




2 18 




1.76 




2 08 




1.83 




1 93 




2 09 




1,59 


5.16 


2 411 




1.94 




2.18 




2.32 




2 0% 




1 43 




2.34 




2. II 




2.58 




2.1,1 




1 96 




2 38 




2.26 




1.61 




1.95 




1.99 




2.2H 




1 69 




1.77 




2 06 




2.33 


70 J 


1.78 




1 86 




2 03 


■ ■ ' a * . 



In i 



{ I) Amount puiil for tranaportalion for previous year. 

(2)8 780,863 41 of thi« amount in paid from General Revenue. 

In addition to the amount ipent tor teiibookj, ft. 171 25 wu ipeot be tbc Slate Department of Public Instruction for i odd ratal *._ 

tun to the amount apeut for tratboorj and incidemal eipenira. the Comptroller'* bcoli tbow 19 ,391 96 paid from the Textbook Fund lor u™ 

to Tarn Ameaaon and Collector*. JJ.616. 15 of the above amount waa paid before the book* in the office of tbc Comptroller were dram) far 1934-31 

I 22$ *** ' W7lu ' , * d '■> otiirei for that Tear. 

H .1)194. 44 of thia amount val paid for textbooka for tbc Girl'a Hduatrtal ScbooL Ocala. not included In report of eoontT •upeTintcndeot 



s 



table x 

results op florida examination for teachers 
year beginning july 1. 1935 and ending june 30. 1936 



1915-1936 
COUNTIES 


Total No. 
of 

Examinee* 


Number 
Successful 
Examinees 


Number 

Examinee. 4 ! 

Falling 


No. Merit- 
ing Third 
Grade Cer- 
tificate* 


No. Merit- 
ing Second 
Grade Cer- 
tificate! 


No. Merit- 
ing Firtt 

Grade Cer- 
tificates 


No. Merit- 
ing Special 

cates 


No. Merit- 
ing Pri- 
mary Cer- 
tificates 


No. Merit- 
lug Profes- 
sional Cer- 
tificates 


No. of Suc- 
cessful Con- 
stitution 

Applicant* 




White 


Negro 


White 


Negro 


White 


Negro 


White 


Negro 


White 


Negro 


White 


Negro 


White 


Negro 


White 


Negro White 


Negro 


White 


Negro 


Total State 


2.199 


979 


1,341 


164 


838 


815 


309 


93 


371 


47 


73 




76 


3 


16 








496 


21 














66 
22 
56 
38 
14 
21 
6+ 

3 
IB 
21 

7 

30 
P 
35 
14 
no 

78 


no 

20 
9 
2 
2 

14 

6 
I 
I 

17 
6 
5 
10 
20 
16 


52 

8 
21 
15 
12 
14 
30 

3 

10 
14 

6 
14 
6S 
16 

8 
75 
53 


3 

I 
2 
1 
4 

2 

I 
1 

7 

4 


14 
14 
35 
23 
2 
7 
34 


107 

20 
9 

2 

12 


3 
3 
3 
9 

1 
8 


1 
2 


3 

3 
14 
3 
2 
3 
13 
1 

3 
6 
3 
3 
5 
4 
2 
13 
24 


1 






5 




1 








36 




Baker 


1 




















2 








2 

1 

S 
7 
1 
2 




Bradford 


I 


2 
1 
6 





2 
3 













































2 














Charlotte 


1 












Citrus 


8 
T 
1 

16 
19 
19 
6 
35 
23 


i 

1 
1 
13 
5 
4 
10 
13 
12 


3 

4 
1 
6 


4 
1 




2 
















Clay 

Collier 




1 




1 








2 

2 

4 

52 

1 




















1 
1 


1 

"i 

1 

2 
2 


















Dade 





5 




3 








1 


De Soto 


10 
5 

11 
19 


1 
4 


Diiie 


















Duval 




7 




2 








40 
10 


j 










3 




















Franklin. ........ 


1 

13 
9 
12 
12 
45 
42 
2 
15 
14 


3 

184 

9 

i 

32 

2 
9 
1 


6 
10 
S 

8 
7 
18 
34 
1 
7 
7 


8 
2 

IS 


2 
3 
4 

4 
5 
27 
8 
1 

8 
7 


3 

176 

7 

1 
34 

2 
9 
1 






1 

3 
3 

4 

4 

7 

19 








2 












3 

7 
1 
I 






I 

1 
i 
S 
11 


6 

2 

8 


2 






































Glades 




1 


















Gulf 




















10 


2 
4 





I 












2 




Hardee 


















1 


















I 

I 




2 
1 




i 














2 

4 







m 
> 

H 

be 



C 

5 

r 






— 

o 





107 

150 

19 

JO 

8 
18 
22 
V 
161 
71 

8 
14 
33 
19 

4 

2 
13 
SI 

9 
32 

5 
33 
37 
34 
33 
13 
13 
10 
46 
11 
14 
12 
46 
21 
.31 
40 

.10 

93 
49 


17 
7 

23 
9 

28 

14 
2 

26 
4 
7 

3 
25 

4 

I 

18 

5 

10 
4 
11 
13 

9 

33 

11 

1 

42 

9 

5 

1 

14 

48 

10 

9 

19 

10 

22 


68 

69 

9 

19 

6 

5 

13 

20 

153 

18 

6 

10 

23 

10 

3 

2 

7 

23 


i 

2 

8 
...... 

3 

4 
2 

6 

1 


39 

81 

10 

31 

2 

13 

9 

7 

8 

3 

2 

4 

8 

9 

1 


13] 
5 

17 
9 

17 


18 

22 

2 

6 
1 


1 

2 
6 

10 


13 
31 

6 

4 
4 
4 
3 
1 
6 
2 
1 

10 
2 
2 


2 

1 

1 


1 
13 
3 
3 





3 
1 

1 


1 


1 








30 
2 
1 
3 


2 














2 
1 
1 






































1 


















11 
2 

22 
2 
7 
I 
3 

19 
3 

18 
1 
J 

9 

3 

10 

- 12 

7 

32 
7 

25 
5 

4 

I 

13 
32 
10 

3 
17 

8 
12 


3 

9 

11 

4 
7 
6 
4 
1 
I 

2 
11 


1 

3 

1 

3 

1 






1 










6 
4 

145 






1 




1 

7 












Tj«fl 












1 




1 


1 
















Liberty 




























1 
I 
I 












1 
7 
2 






3 


1 
1 
































































i 

i 
i 








6 

28 

9 

S 

1 
7 

14 
4 

11 
4 
3 
3 

28 
4 
3 
3 

30 
6 

24 
8 

13 

31 

29 




i 

10 




1 
1 




1 




1 




































24 

4 
26 
23 
30 
24 
11 
10 

7 
18 

8 
11 

7 

16 
15 

7 
32 
17 
44 
20 


1 
1 

1 
1 

2 

4 

17 

4 
I 

1 
16 

4 

2 

2 

10 


2 

2 

10 

1 

3 
2 
2 
2 
8 
1 
4 


1 

1 

12 

3 


i 

2 
10 
8 
6 
3 
4 
3 
3 
6 

2 
2 
3 

6 

i 
to 

6 

18 

1! 








4 

2 
2 
5 

1 
1 

3 












a 

i 

n 
i 

IB 
14 

4 
2 
2 
3 
4 
4 
I 


| 






















Palm Beach 










1 















2 






























1 














2 


Piitnim 












1 


St Johns 

St. Lueie 


















3 


5 

1 

7 


I 














1 






3 

1 

"i 


































2 
I 

1 


.♦**♦. 


















11 
3 
4 
4 
3 

16 
6 


1 

9 

1 
1 

4 
















5 










1 

1 7 

1 1 

6 




3 












11 
1 

7 
2 


3 


Wakulla. 














Walton 




2 














Washington 















3 

m 
a 



S 
2 
O 

I 

SO 

G9 

3 

S 
H 









TABLE XI 

PART I— SALARY RANCH OF SUPERVISORS. PRINCIPAL. AND TEACHERS 














•NUMBER WHOSE ANNUA! SALARIES RANGE PROM $100 TO f 1 , 199 


1935-1936 
COUNTIES 


$I00-$199 


$2O0-$299 


$300-$399' 


«00-$499 


$50O-f599 


1600-1699 


$70O-$799 


$800-f899 


$900-$999 


11,000-$ 1,199 




White 


Negro 


White 


Negro 


White 


Negro 


White 


Negro 


White 


Negro 


White 


Negro 


White 


Negro 


White 


Negro 


White 


Negro 


White 


Negro 


Total Stat* 


3 


21 


% 


288 


27 


486 


301 


997 


457 


521 


989 


382 


933 


80 


1,095 


57 


1.301 


21 


2,045 


is 














37 

14 
2 


6 


60 
6 

7 


B 
36 


4 

2 


12 
30 
13 
38 


8 
1 


24 
2 


2 


54 

9 
24 

1 
5 

33 
1 
12 
11 
6 
7 
6 




19 




38 
1 

25 
4 

30 

39 
4 




Bay 




























is 




3 
3 


18 
27 

a 


2 
2 














28 
24 
13 

2 
3 

10 
I 
4 

25 

3 

5 

169 

59 






1 


IS 
11 










I 






17 


3 


'"« 


2 
1 


4 
2 


2 
1 

2 
19 
12 
3 
25 
26 
38 
4 
23 
25 

19 
8 
9 

13 
6 

37 

ii 

i 


















i 


1 

1 

121 

I 

37 

2 


j 

12 
16 

6 
11 

1 
10 

5 
47 
97 

1 

6 
12 






2 
















9 


2 

7 




3 




Cl»* 






1 








I 


2 
A 


6 
6 
6 
116 
1 

10 

119 

29 

4 






Collier 






IB 





1 
28 


3 

2 
2 


2 
2 

67 

3 

4 

359 

35 












27 

1 

3 
9 
17 


"ii 

i 

21 


... 












1 


9 
6 


7 


1 
1 

1 


6 

6 

58 

101 

9 

I 

42 




Dixie 
























1 














5 

8 

2 

30 


4 


























2 

2 

4 




1 

1 
I 
20 
I 
1 
1 


a 

61 

I 








3 
12 


1 






i 




"t4 
1 
8 


4 




27 
1 
2 






















1 
6 

4 
2 
4 
1 




7 

3 

20 




2 
2 
1 
10 
10 
19 
35 






1 








i 


i 

2 


I 

u 

t 


2 
3 
















Hardee ,,.. 


1 


2 
1 
4 
3 


5 






9 

7 
8 
2 




3 

a 

4 
IS 


















2 

1 




6 


1 
















3 


1 





o 
> 



O 



g 

s 

M 

5S 
CD 

H 

fa 

a 

© 
2 



















7 

4 

11 

48 

1 

36 

13 

79 

12 

2 

3 

32 

49 

3 

3 

2 

9 

I 

1 

4 

2 

16 

74 
3 
12 


56 

27 

11 

3 

1 


28 

] 
1 

1 

13 

6 

35 


2 

36 
31 

70 
27 
13 


42 

1 

1 


11 

26 

3 

45 

17 
1 


45 


31 


13 


98 


4 


748 
3 


3 
















4 










1 














15 

4 












46 
55 





4 
7 
3 


39 
13 




9 




1 


4 

1 

I 

55 

5 

42 

1 

3 

2 

9 

22 

2 

12 

5 

4 

3 

184 

2 

134 

23 

211 

1S6 

7 

11 














Lake 






















13 

54 

20 

14 

4 

1 

48 

36 

5 

12 

20 


3 
1 

2 


66 

13 

9 

2 

1 

2 

47 

46 

2 

6 

10 


1 
t 

I 




Lee 


"i 

18 
21 
33 
32 
9 


1 
9 

i 

8 
1 
1 


39 


















4 
16 
13 
31 


1 












I 





45 
5 

14 
28 
13 
16 
6 

f! 

1 

13 

3 

25 

""so 

"*58 

18 

36 

1 

6 
9 
9 
21 
19 
15 
4 
4 
4 
8 
30 


2 

3 

1 




Liberty 


















33 


1 


26 

2 

10 


9 
34 












I 










3 


17 
9 


1 
60 


























11 
2 


18 


. 1 














23 
















40 
1 

"i 

"i 

2 

42 

16 

10 

1 

2 

1 

7 

18 

25 

3 


1 
46 

32 
1 

22 
3 
1 

8 
3 


















2 

19 

11 

I 


2 
22 

7 

45 

1 

13 

26 

4 

4 

9 

1 

5 

33 


3 

12 
3 

1 


3 

7 
25 

1 
23 

'"As 

16 
10 
30 
13 
16 
23 
16 
31 
U 

2 
30 

2 
11 
IS 


22 

1 

... 

i 
l 

i 


4 
36 

1 
45 

4 
156 
104 

4 

4 
14 
10 
40 
36 
10 
12 
15 


3 


















2 












I 


2 


2 


1 














1 
























1 


Polk 












3 

21 

32 

13 

15 

1 

1 

6 

40 

4 

1 


15 
1 












24 




1 




I 






| 






















2 




15 
1 

1 


1 
9 

14 

4 


67 

7 




6 

13 
22 




































12 
















11 
16 












19 
9 




26 


2 

13 
1 
6 

12 


2 
5 

""* 

3» 
36 














72 
I 
7 

1 


9 
33 
22 


16 

i 


2 


78 

2 

2 


2 


133 
3 
3 

1 


2 






11 




10 


1 


I 
5 

10 


10 
2 

I 


















2 







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S 

> 

H 

H 

00 

d 

H 

Pi 

o 
a 

oo 

W 

a 

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TABLE XI 
PART 2— SALARY RANGE OF SUPERVISORS, PRINCIPALS, 


AND TEACHERS 












♦NUMBER WHOSE ANNUAL SALARIES RANGE FROM (1,200 TO $4,000 


1935-1936 


(1,200- 

(1,399 


(1,400- 
(1,599 


(1,600- 
(1,799 


(I.S00- 
(1,999 


(2,000- 
(2.499 


(2,500- 
(2.999 


(3,000- 
(3.499 


(3,500- 
(3,999 


(4,000- 




White 


Negro 


White 


Negro 


White 


Negro 


White 


Negro 


Wl,il u 


Negro 


While 


Negro 


White 


Negro 


White 


Negro 


White 


Negro 


Total State. 


1 ,6.12 


16 


271 


1 


142 


3 


104 




139 




4(i 


1 


17 




2 




3 




Baker 


9 
1 


I 


3 

1 
1 


1 


2 








5 

1 




2 




1 

















2 










I 


















2 
4 

1 






1 




























1 


1 






3 
3 




















Broward. 








1 






1 


















_' 






1 

























1 




























2 
































1 






























Collier 


I 

1 

364 




































1 

1 


76 




42 
1 




35 




1 
16 
1 
1 

1ft 

3 








1 
2 












Dade 




tl 







1 





1 






..... 








3 
19 
3 

1 
























■65 

14 


4 


1 


is 

i 




17 
2 






6 




1 








1 








1 
































2 






























2 
2 




3 
I 


1 




1 
1 




' 




3 




































Glades 






























Gulf 


2 
1 






































1 








1 




























2 






























2 






























1 





1 
2 




















Highlands 


5 


1 


i 


. 


1 

























El 



a 

H 

O 
1 

3 

F 

s 

I 

3 
! 

M 

O 






Hillsborough 


453 

i 
i 

i 


3 


58 




23 




; 




12 




6 


i 


2 









....' 
















1 

4 
1 


















1 

1 


.....! 




























1 

























































Lake 


10 
4 

18 


1 


10 


i 








3 
I 

2 
2 

1 
2 
2 

4 




2 




























1 

1 
















10 
3 

1 




7 


2 


2 




















Levy 












































1 
4 
S 








































4 




1 
5 






2 


















I 


3 

1 
1 






1 














































3 




























3 
































































1 
73 




1 






































7 


1 


3 

1 
1 
4 
3 
2 




8 




1 
































Palm Beach 


102 

3 

60 

41 

1 

1 

3 
3 
2 
3 
4 
3 


2 

...... 


13 
1 

10 
6 




2 
3 
2 
3 
1 






6 




1 




1 






Pinellas 




3 

9 

1 
2 

1 
4 




1 
3 

1 
1 




1 
I 












Polk 





























"i 


i 
















St. Lucie 






















































3 
3 








1 
1 

2 






i 

3 


















i 


I 
1 
1 






I 




































1 


1 






2 

I 
















































1 
18 
































If 






3 




4 




6 
I 
2 








4 












Wakulla 


















Walton 


1 
2 


































Washington 




1 




1 



























• The Superintendent of Collier County teaches , hut is not included in these figures. 



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PART 1— (») COST OP SCHOOL PROPERTY; 



TABLE XI I 

(b) NUMBER AND KINDS OF BUILDINGS; NUMBER OP ROOMS 
WHITE 



1935-1936 

COUNTIES 



TOTAL COST 
OP ALL 

SCHOOL 

PROPERTY 

(WHITE) * 



COST OF REAL PROPERTY 



Total Cost 

of 

Real Property 



Lola 



Buildings 



COST OF EQUIPMENT 



Total Cost 

of 
Equipment 



Furniutre 



Apparatus 



Library 



PUBLIC SCHOOL BUILDINGS 



JI 



51 



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H 
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K 

H 

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u 
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W 

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ToUl Slitt . 



$70,543,001.11 



$64,503,857.64 



$11,706,576,26 



$52,797,281,38 $6,039,143.47 



(4,186.595.64 



$1,255,701.05 



$596,846.78 



784 



456 



iu 



1494 



I4J3 



1! 



11953 



Baker.... 

Bay. ..... 

Bradford . 
Brevard . . 
Broward. . 
Calhoun . . 
Charlotte. 

Citrus 

Cluv 

Collier. . , 
Columbia. 

Dade 

DcSoto... 
Dixit 
Duval . . . , 
Encambia . 

Flagler 

Prank tin. . 
Gadsdfn . . 
Gilchrist. . 
Glades . . . 

Gulf 

Hamilton. 
Hardee . . . 
Hendry . . 
Hernando, 
Highlands 



967 

110 

28 1 

167 

1,166 

1,518 

189 

137 

218 

139 

105 

399 

9,934 

471 

107 

6,388 

1,275 

102 

239 

446 

125 

67 

75 

223 

475 

131 

194 

637 



,664.31 
,418.00 
,905. 00 
,525.00 

,630. oe 

087.26 
880.00 
920 00 
69B.00 
450.00 
261.13 
,331.00 
943.00 
200 no 
880. 00 
,352.87 
730.00 
393.00 
033.00 
.434.00 
,697.00 
,B85.0O 
i>9 i on 
224.00 
300.00 
830.00 
242.50 
770.00 



890 

96 

241 

14.5 

1 .11,'.' 

1,438 

166 

128 

182 

114 

93 

350 

9,254 

439 

95 

5,83.1 

1,138 

89 

220 

403 

114 

60 

61 

157 

441 

115 

182 

582 



197. 2B 
,755.00 
,600. 01) 
,575.00 

,500 0(1 
,346.00 
,305.00 

.850.00 
,850.00 
,400.00 
,772.92 
B75.O0 
,008.00 
400. 00 
615.00 
007 90 
150.00 
300 00 
500 00 
,431.00 
190. 00 
940. 00 
,675.00 

M,i\ Oil 

500. 0!) 
350.00 
950.00 

200 D'l 



174 

2 

13 

IS 

69 

243 

7 

8 

26 

21 

17 

33 

1,881 

62 

2 

463 

104 

3 

20, 

23 

2 

7 

13 

27 
12 
17 

66 



200.00 
665 . 00 
500.00 
375.00 
iilil no 
346.00 
680.00 
800,00 
050.00 
100.00 
425.00 
275.00 
427. 03 
600.00 
465.00 
099. 55 
1 50. 00 
900,00 
500.00 
750.00 
140.00 
040. 00 
975.00 
575.00 
000.00 
850.00 
250,00 
30O 00 



715,997.28 

91,1190 (in 

223,100.00 

130,200.00 

1,003,200 00 

1.193,000.00 

158,625.00 

120,050.00 

156,800,00 

93,300.00 

76 k ,347.92 

317,600.00 

7,372,581.00 

376,800.00 

93,150.00 

5,369,908.35 

1,034,000 00 

85,400 00 

200,000 00 

379.681.00 

112,050 00 

53,900 00 

59,700.00 

143,785.00 

414,500.00 

102,500.00 

165,708.00 

513,900.00 



77,467,03 
13,683.00 
40,305.00 
21,950.00 
94,150.00 
79,741.26 
23,575.00 
29,070.00 
35,848.00 
25,050.00 
11.488.21 
48,456,00 
680.935.00 
31,800.00 
12,265.00 
555,344.97 
137,580.00 
13,093,00 
18,533.00 
43.000 00 
11,507.00 
6,945.00 
13,420.00 
65,864.00 
34,000.00 
16,480.00 
11,292.50 
55,570.00 



52,328.35 
10,140.00 
30,275.00 
16,800.00 
71,950.00 
52,083.05 
16,430.00 
20,640.00 
25,613.00 
19,615,00 

6,842.64 

41,720.00 

510,633.00 

20,250.00 

6,030.00 
406,344.97 
87,950.00 
10,151.00 
13,433.00 
31,950.00 

8,822.00 

4,150.00 
10,475.00 
29,779.00 
27,000 00 
11,080.00 

5,875.00 
38,350.00 



12,544.95 
1,093.00 
5,505,00 
2,900.00 

10,150.00 

18,171.54 
3.665.00 
7, 700. 00 
6,220.00 
2,320.00 
2,963 88 
2,870.00 
113,715.00 
6.000.00 
3,425.00 
149,000.00 

22,845.00 
1,194.00 
2,150.00 
7,100.00 
1,265.00 
1,535.00 
2,000.00 

33,810 00 
3,700.00 
2,900.00 
3,662.50 

10,955.00 



12,593. 

2.4S0. 

4,325. 

2.250. 
12,050. 

9,486. 

3,480. 
730. 

4,015. 

3,115, 

1,681. 

3,866. 
56,587. 

5,550 

2,810. 



7.1 

()■:> 
00 
0(i 

0!) 
67 

00| 14 
3 



26.7B5 
1,748. 
2,950, 
3,950. 
1,120. 
1,260. 
945. 
2,275, 
3,300. 
2,500. 
1,7*5. 
6 ,065 . 



13 



00 II 



0(1 
00 
00 

oo n 



10 

9 

41 
11 

1 

7 

2 
I 

2 
.1 
II 
4 
2 
1 



21 

II 

a 

n 

ji 

15 

20 

I 

IS 

M 

I 

21 

It) 

12 

16 

84 



zo 

M 

28 
IU 
21 
15 

X 

7 
15 
14 

1 

2 

117 
II 
16 
81 



40 40 

4 



-1 
2 

d 

(i 
I] 

9 
16 
19 

5 

12 
12 



'212 
62 

109 
7* 

188 

202 
73 
65 
70 
55 
35 
94 

987 

94 

45 

1097 

345 
30 
46 

144 
50 
25 
33 
79 

135 
42 
49 

105 



HBMjorougl] . . 


7,972,050.00 


7,403,800.00 


1,627,200.00 


5,776,600.00 


568 ,250.00 


402,350.00 


108,160.00 


57,740.00 


39 


64 


3 


108 


107 


1 


1224 




457,375.00 


426,955.00 


7,325.00 


419,430.00 


30,420.00 


22,525.00 


3,580.00 


4,315.00 


23 


6 




29 


12 


17 


177 


Indian River . , 


447,250.00 


386,700.00 


15,400.00 


371,300.00 


60,550.00 


52,000.00 


5,700.00 


2,850.00 


1 


3 


'"'2 


6 


6 




75 


Jackson 


731,185.00 


660,030. 00 


26,830.00 


633,200.00 


71,155.00 


47,100.00 


12,310.00 


11,745.00 


26 


11 




37 


37 




232 




176,275,00 


155,425.00 


8,625.00 


146,800.00 


20,850.00 


13,550.00 


3,800.00 


3,500.00 


5 


3 




S 


8 




62 




120,221.29 


105,403.45 


2,065,45 


103,338.00 


14,817.84 


9,297.60 


2,112.50 


3,407.74 


14 


2 




16 


15 


' i 


55 


Lake 


1 ,586,690 00 


1,442,920.00 
1,444.449.76 


222,270.00 
353,500. 12 


! ,220 650 00 


143,770 00 


96,900 00 
92,103.27 


2B.950.00 


17,920.00 
23,521.36 


14 


6 


18 


38 


38 




264 


Ut... 


1,581 ,37 1.09 


1,090,969.64 


137,501,33 


21,876,70 


6 


11 


5 


22 


2) 


"1 


179 




457,335.00 
203.470.00 


411,460.00 
167,270.00 


57,260.00 
7,670.00 


354,200.00 
159,600.00 


45,875.00 
36,200.00 


33,325.00 
23.300.00 


6,800.00 
4,200.00 


3,750.00 
6,700.00 


6 
14 


5 

9 


"3 


11 
26 


10 
24 


1 

2 


108 


Levy 


95 


Liberty....... 


69.295.00 


58,820.00 


2,770.00 


56,050.00 


10,475.00 


7,630.00 


1,515.00 


1,330.00 


6 


1 




7 


7 




36 


Madison 


313,257.50 


287,505.00 


14,535.00 


272.970.00 


25,752.50 


. 15,555.00 


7,567.00 


2.630.50 


10 


4 




14 


13 


" i 


105 


Manatee.. 


1,000,565.00 


911,850.00 


146,400.00 


765,450.00 


88,715.00 


52,675.00 


22,760.00 


13,280.00 


21 


10 


"io, 


41 


41 




238 




531,260.00 


430,585.00 


28,385.00 


452,200.00 


SO, 675. 00 


30,000.00 


8.925.00 


11.750.00 


I! 


14 




25 


25 




179 


Martin.. ..... 


332,747.80 


307,832.44 


153,068 81 


154, 763. 6D 


24,915.36 


13,393.98 


10,435.11 


1.086.27 


[ 


3 




4 


4 




38 




351,803.22 


318,300,00 


80,300,00 


238,000.00 


31,503.22 


21,500.00 


6,320.00 


5,683,22 


2 




"5 


7 


4 


'"3 


79 


Nassau 


181,835.00 


151,385,00 


3,035.00 


148,350.00 


30,450 00 


21,520.00 


4,880.00 


4,050.00 


13 


"3 




16 


16 




67 


Okaloosa. .... 


251 ,9J3 00 


216,925,00 


13,375.00 


203,350.00 


34,998.00 


26,880.00 


4,173.00 


3,943.00 


9 


8 




i; 


17 




106 


Okeechobee . . . 


201 ,250.00 


188,600,00 
2,938,250.001 


21,600.00 


167,000.00 


12,650.00 


8,100.001 


2, 300.00 


2,050.00 


2 


4 


"i 


7 


7 




46 




3,131,630.00 


794,000.00 


2,144,250.00 


193,580,00 


137,880.00 


32,215.00 


23,485,00 


16 


14 


ii 


41 


39 


"2 


443 


Osceola, 


481,250. 00 


427,500.00 


54,000.00 


373,500.00 


53,740.00 


30,000.00 


14,850.00 


8,900,00 


2 


3 


4 


9 


9 


.... 


89 


Palm Beacb... 


3,858,297.53 


3.460,400,04 


1,144,239.30 


2,316,160.74 


397,897.49 


225,121.38 


153,029.87 


19,746.24 


1 




27 


28 


28 




379 


Pasco, 


492.495.00 


447,500.00 


34,600.00 


412,900.00 


44,995,00 


31,050 00 


8,545.00 


5 400.00 


16 


"9 




25 


24 


"i 


119 


Pinellas 


6.804 405.00 


6,430,500.00 


1,927,500.00 


4,503,000.00 


373,905.00 


225,155.00 


104.209 00 


44,541.00 


2 


38 


"9 


49 


49 




600 


Polk 


2,884.175.00 


2,585,450,00 


334,650.00 


2,250,800.00 


298,723.00 


222,820.00 


38,655 00 


37,250.00 


22 


25 


7 


54 


54 




604 


Putnam 


789,885.00 


683,300.00 


89,800 00 


393,500.00 


106,584.00 


88,575.00 


7,425.00 


10,585.00 


12 


2 


5 


19 


18 


"i 


131 


St, Johns. .... 
St. Lucie 


602,123.76 


560,450.00 


29,450.00 


531,000.00 


41,673.76 


27,969.40 


5,925,00 


7,779.36 


1 


2 


4 


7 


7 




108 


555,783.00 


513,200.00 


116,200.00 


397.000.00 


42,583.00 


29,254.00 


7,154,00 


6,175.00 


2 


2 


2 


6 


6 




70 


Santa Rosa . . . 


462,170.00 


429,515.00 


13,915.00 


415,600.00 


32,655.00 


24,710.00 


4,500.00 


3,443.00 


9 


15 




24 


24 




143 


Sarasota . ..... 


962,145 85 


859,015.81 


181,825.00 


677,190.85 


103,130.00 


88,955.00 


10,665 OO 


3,310.00 


3 


1 


'"» 


14 


14 




131 




91,1,800 00 


827,000.00 


83,030.00 


744,000.00 


86,800.00 


60, 200. 00 


17.850.00 


8,750 00 


1 


9 


a 


15 


14 


1 


137 


Sumter 


371,375.00 


326,550.00 


23,750.00 


302,800.00 


44,825.00 


34,250.00 


5,500.00 


3,075.00 


4 


5 


9 


18 


18 




109 


Suwannee. 


374,350.00 


300,640.00 


6,8*0.00 


293,800 00 


73,710.00 


54,000.00 


12,180.00 


7,530,00 


25 


5 




31 


31 




112 


Taylor 


100,525.00 


82.950.00 


6,900.00 


76,050.00 


17,575.00 


11,125.00 


3,005.00 


3,445.00 


9 


1 




10 


10 




72 


Union,. 


73,978,00 


61,555.00 


2,955.00 


58.600.00 


12,423.00 


10,511.00 


M3 SO 


970.00 


4 


2 




6 


6 




41 


Volusia 


3,844,145 00 


3,466.600.00 


695,650.00 


2,770,940.00 


377,545.00 


239,700.00 


108,850.00 


28,995.00 


11 


9 


"J6 


36 


36 




430 


Wakulla,, 


168,200.00 


154.750.00 


1,950 00 


152,800.00 


13.450.00 


10,500.00 


1,500.00 


1,450.00 


7 




2 


9 


9 




41 


Walton 


237,335.00 


191,600.00 


15,870.00 


175,730.00 


45,735.00 


34,025.00 


8,500 00 


3,710.00 


37 


""5 




42 


42 


'.'.,'. 


12S 


Washington. .. 


146.955 0Q 


119,290.00 


7.730.00 


111,560 00 


27 ,6*5.00 


22,180.00 


2,275.00 


3,210.00 


27 


* 




.11 


31 




112 



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PART 2— {a) COST OF SCHOOL PROPERTY; <b) 



TABLE XI i 
NUMBER AND KINDS OF BUILDINGS; 

NEGRO 



NUMBER OF ROOMS 



1935-1936 

COUNTIES 


TOTAL COST 
OF ALL 
SCHOOL 


COST OF REAL PROPERTY 


COST OF EQUIPMENT 


PUBLIC SCHOOL BUILDINGS 
























PROPERTY 


Total Cost 






Total Coat 








V 

] 


1 




1 


n 


flu 


^_ T) 




(NEGRO) 


of 
Real Property 


Lots 


Buildings 


of 

Equipment 


Furniture 


Apparatus 


Library 


r3? 


it 


il 


Total Slate . . . 


(4,941,655. 13 


H, 538, 865, 46 


% 751,521.24 


$3,787,344.22 


t 402,789 67 


$ 331.542.86 


$ 43,342.36 


127,905.45 


948 


41 


40 1029 


too 


369 


2628 


Alacbua. ..... 


189,225.01 


168,355.00 


10,642.00 


157,713.00 


20,870.01 


19.000.00 


860.24 


1,009.77 


47 


1 


t 


49 


46 


3 


112 


Baker ........ 


7,900.00 


7,050.00 


700.00 


6,350.00 


850.00 


850.00 






3 






s 


5 




10 


Bay 


7,800.00 


6,750.00 


1,250.00 


5,300.00 


1.050 !l(i 


1,050.00 






12 






12 


J 


7 


17 


Bradford 


9,320.00 


8,000.00 


1,700.00 


6,300.00 


1,320.00 


1,230.00 


50.00 


20, 0C 






11 


6 


5 


19 


Brevard 


50,400.00 


40,500.00 


3 ,450, 00 


37,050.00 


9,900.00 


8,000 00 


1,250.00 


6)0,00 


6 




? 


R 


7 


1 


36 




90.98B.67 


83,560.00 


8.500 00 


75,060.00 


7.42B.67 


6,250.00 


528.67 


650.00 


3 




5 


8 


6 


2 


35 


Calhoun 


965. 00 


73S . 00 


35.00 


700.00 


230 00 


200.00 


30.00 




10 






10 


3 


7 


10 


Charlotte 


3,680.00 


2,800,00 


500.00 


2,300.00 


1,080.00 


850.00 


220.00 


10.00 


3 






3 




2 


9 




7,495.00 


6,700,00 


700.00 


6,000. 00 


795.00 


690,00 


73.00 


30.00 


1 






^ 


4 


1 


10 


Clay 


5,202.00 


4,590,00 


495,00 


4,095.00 


612. 00 


375.00 


100.00 


137,00 


7 






7 


6 


1 


12 




3,669.03 


3,500,00 


630.00 


2.850.00 


169.03 


149.03 


10.00 


10,00 


7 






2 






3 


Columbia 


55,435.00 
613,632.00 


48,300.00 
572,862.00 


3,900.00 
142,093, 00 


44,400.00 
430,767.00 


7.135.00 
40,770.00 


6,273.00 
34,875.00 


330.00 
4,350.00 


530.00 
1,545.00 


25 




1 


26 


22 


4 


38 


DaSoto 








69 


69 




148 


Dixie 


1,675.00 


950.00 


100,00 


850.00 


723.00 


650.00 


75.00 




7 






7 


2 


5 


g 


Duval 


764.508.95 


719.112.69 


64,825.00 


654,287 69 


43,396.26 


43,396 26 


2,000.00 




40 


A 




48 


33 


15 


273 


Escambia 


131,490.00 


119,650.00 


12,550.00 


107,100.00 


11,840.00 


7,825.00 


1,310.00 


2,505.00 24 


1 




25 


18 


7 


80 


Franklin 


11,315.00 

66,225.00 


9,300 00 
39,400 00 


1.300.00 
2,000.00 


8,000.00 
37,400 00 


2,015.00 
6,825.00 


1,375 00 
4,750.00 


400.00 
1,423.00 


240.00 4 
650 00 41 






■1 
4? 


2 
11 


2 

11 


13 




1 




87 


Gilchrist 


515.00 


510.00 


10. 00 


500.00 


5.00 






3.00 


1 




I 


3 


1 


2 


J 


Glades 


1,235.00 

4,185.00 
6,052.00 


1,100.00 
3,730.00 
5.810.00 


100.00 
150.00 
550.00 


1,000.00 
3,600,00 
5,260.00 


133.00 
435.00 
242.00 


15.00 
400.00 
200.00 


10.00 


10.00 
33.00 

40.00 


2 

6 

22 






2 

6 

22 


1 

2 
3 


1 

4 
19 


2 


Gulf 






8 
30 




2.00 






Hardee 








































Hernando 


1.700.0C 


1,450.00 


200.00 


1,250.00 


25O.O0 


200.00 


25.00 


25.00 


7 






7 


' "i 


6 


10 


Highlands . , . . 


24,650.00 


22,500. 0C- 


5,400.00 


17.100.00| 


2,I30.00| 


1.530.00 


420.00 


200.00 


S 


, . . . 




8 


4 


4 


IV 



3 

m 
s 



o 



3 

03 

T. 

a 



o 

v. 



Hillsborough . 
Hoi ma, . 
Indian River. 
Jackson . . . 
Jefferson, . 
Lafayette. 

Lake 

Lee 

Leon 

Levy 

Liberty. . . . 
Madison. . . 
Manatee. . . 
Marion. . . . 
Martin.. , 
Monroe. . 

Nassau ... 
Okaloosa . . 
Okeechobee, 
Orange . 
Osceola.. 
Palm Beach. 
Pasco. ,. . 
Pinellas 

Poli 

Putnam. . 
St. Johns. 
St. Lucie . 
Santa Rosa . 
Sarasota... 
Seminole . . 
Sumter — 
Suwannee . 
Taylor .... 

Union. 

Volusia.. . 
Wakulla. . . 
Walton. , . , 
Washington - 



324. 155.00 

2,775 00 

12,080.00 

33,715.00 

5,495.00 

580 00 

81,230.00 

163,249.93 

137,545,00 

6,190.00 

1,450.00 

21,460.00 

40.525 00 

126,965.00 

22,985.97 

36,859 SO 

63.725.00 

3 ,625 00 

2,200.00 

291,695.00 

40,030 00 

217,643 68 

2,210 00 

352,260 00 

199.165.00 

22,955.00 

133,025.00 

34,100.00 

5,180 00 

34,668 39 

122,580 00 

8,025 00 

24,150.00 

9,670.00 

3,850.00 

272,785.00 

3,525.00 

13,195.00 

4,670.00 



303,650,00 

2,650.00 

10, 100, 00 

29,885 00 

4,925.00 

530.00 

72,800.00 

155,613.12 

125,020.00 

4.740.OO 

1,205 00 

20,380.00 

34,500.00 

119.885.00 

19.358.95 

33,101.60 

57,235.00 

2,815.00 

1,700 .00 

284,760 00 

37,225.00 

190,888.71 

1,750 00 

337.000.00 

174,100.00 

20,875.00 

116.300.00 

29,100.00 

4,880.00 

32,468 39 

111,350 Oft 

6,025.00 

19,400 00 

8,850 00 

3,230.00 

246,265,00 

3.125.00 

9,695.00 



84,850.00 

250,00 

600.00 

1,685.00 

275.00 

30 00 

8,650 00 

31,887.85 

7,735.00 

340.00 

130.00 

1,380.00 

5,000 .Of) 

5,660.00 

7,665.25 

8,101.60 

1,685.00 

515.00 

200.00 

57,785.00 

725.00 

44,377.04 

700.00 

124,500 00 

20,675.00 

5,975.00 

13,800 00 

10,100 00 

380.00 

8,137 50 

10,600.00 

825.00 

1,100.00 

350.00 

350.00 

18,715.00 

525.00 

695.00 

765.00 



218,800,00 

2,400.00 

9,500.00 

28,200.00 

4,650.00 

SOU m 

64,150.00 
123,723.27 
117,285.00 

4,400.00 

1,075.00 

19,000 00 

29,500,00 

114,225.00 

11,693.70 

25,000.00 

55,530.00 

2,300 00 

1,500.00 

226,975.00 

36,300.00 

146,511.67 

1,030.00 

212,300.00 

153,625.00 

14,900.00 

100,500.00 

19,000.00 

4 .500. 00 

24.330.89 

100,750.00 

3,200.00 

18,300.00 

8.500.00 

2,900.00 

227,550.00 

2,600.00 

9,000.00 

3,265.00 



20,505.00 

125.00 

1,980.00 

3,830 00 

570.00 

50.00 

8, 430.00 

7,636.81 

12,523.00 

1,450.00 

245.00 

1,080.00 

6,023.00 

7,080.00 

3,627.02 

3.757.90 

6, 490. 00 

810.00 

500.00 

6.93S.00 

2.805.O0 

26.754.97 

460.00 

13.260.00 

24,865.00 

2,080.00 

16,725.00 

5,000.00 

300.00 

2,200.00 

11,230.00 

2,000.00 

4,750.00 

820.00 

600.00 

26,520.00 

400.00 

3,500.00 

640.00 



15,875.00 

125.00 

1,700.00 

3,255.00 

515.00 

50.00 

5,975.00 

6,652.83 

11,725.00 

I.35O.0O 

245,00 

835.00 

4,375,00 

6.405,00 

2,602.58 

2,222.00 

5,475.00 

635.00 

500.00 

4,635.00 

1,800.00 

18,905 16 

450.00 

1.1.600 00 

19,450.00 

1,750.00 

13,500.00 

3.200.00 

250, 00 

2,000.00 

10.250,00 

2,000.00 

3,700.00 

620.00 

600.00 

20.545.00 

400 00 

2,375 00 

640.00 



2,000 00 



250.00 
30 00 

'i^wvoo 

322.50 
450.00 

KM! 00 



130.00 
1,350.00 
500.00 
954.44 
530.00 
515.00 
165.00 



1,160.00 

705.00 
6,718.3 
10.00 

68 5 00 
3,205.00 

205.00 
1,625.00 

900.00 
30.00 



565.00 



8 50 00 
100.00 



3.475.00 



723.00 



2.630 00 23 

3 

3 

42 

.001 35 

3 



280. 

325 

25 



1,060, 
661 
350. 



115 
300, 

175. 

70, 

1,005, 

500, 

10. 



15 

4 
45 

ts 

II 

41 

12 

41 

7 

2 

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00 



7 
2 
1, I40.00i 16 

300, 
1,131 



975 
2.210 

125 
1.600 

900 

"266. 
415 



100 



2,500 

'"260 



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.00 

30 16 

10 

00 

00 27 

00 10 

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3 

I 
4 

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9 

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8 
19 
17 

00| 10 
14 



301 
3 

46 
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9 
■if, 

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11 

44 

12 

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7 
2 

15 

1 

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19 

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19 
10 

9 
32 
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1? 

3 
II 

4 
18 

V 
28 
to 

8 
25 
17 
10 
14 



19 
3 , 

2 
28 

6 

I 
14 

4 
39 
12 

3 

9 

3 
40 

4 

9 

4 

I 
!7 

3 
10 

2 

8 
22 
13 

7 

3 

3 

2 
13 

8 
18 

2 

4 
21 
17 

9 
14 



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18 
29 
2 
4 
1 
7 
7 
6 
35 
7 
7 
3 
I 
6 
3 
1 

2 
3 
9 
8 
I 
10 



8 
2 
5 

I 

10 
8 

4 
4 



129 
3 
14 
89 
39 
4 
46 
20 
79 
29 
13 
56 
43 

119 
14 
20 
34 
9 
4 
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17 
96 
II 
50 

120 
34 
65 
19 
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20 
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DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 



TABLE XIII 
(a) ASSESSED VALUATION ; (b) STATE TAXATION ; (c) COUNTY 

MILLAGE 







ONB MILL TAX 






•ACTIVE 

ASSESSED 














M 


-1 


§3 


COUNTIES 


VALUATION 


**"S 


it, 


1935-1936 


OF 


Si 




ii 




PROPERTY 


11 

11 






<<< 


iV 


*J 


Total State .... 


S327, 479.074.001 11 


S374.720.94 






4,863,358.00 
918,758.00 


4,863.36 
918.73 


4,343.10 
KM 4-- 


0,440.48 
1.998.84 


10 


Baker „ 


in 


Bay 


1,973,339.00 


1,973.36 


1,115.67 


3,721.46 


10 


Bradford 


904.239.00 


904,24 


744.75 


2,608.84 


10 


Brevard 


3J67.2S1.00 


3,26733 


2.303.06 


3.64 2. 45 


10 


Broward 


2.U47, 1*7.00 


2,947.15 


3,198.22 


6,197.28 


10 




3 13,644.00 

WJ8.639.00 

1.485,494.00 

87 *.-•:*:. on 


513.65 
008-64 

1,485.49 
874.24 


445.44 

738-19 
1,172.39 

763.58 


2.277.27 
1,000.27 
1,839.19 
1,786.02 


10 


Charlotte 


10 




10 




10 


Collier 


[.636,377.00 

2.040. ci no .oo 


1,535.38 
2.040.05 


2.254.89 
2.080.B4 


790.10 

4.281.58 


10 




10 




sn.mir. ,91 i (iii 
1.35:1,122,00 


55,090.91 

1,353.12 


57,304.45 
0117.11(1 


34,033.02 

2,202.00 


10 


DeSoto 


10 


Dixie 


1,076.610.00 
49.208.140.00 


1,676.61 

48.298.14 

9,993.05 


1,264.67 
50,644.20 

8,222,98 


1,524.49 

33.064. 32 
12,839.73 


10 




10 


Escambia 


10 


h Utglir 


797,567.00 


797.37 


ii7'.i 2i; 


812.22 


10 


Franklln 


1.19.1.034.00 


1,193.33 


1.290.00 


1,070.00 


10 


Gadsden 


2.2H0.62.1.00 


2,209.63 


2,122.91 


7,266.30 


10 


G41cbrl*t 


o--.. 059.00 


B7B.06 


645.73 


1,091.98 


10 


Glades 


562,406.00 


562.41 


4S4.N3 


608.62 


10 


Golf 


S76.332.00 


576.33 


421.63 


709.67 


10 




1,101,020.00 


1.101.03 


962.40 


2,665.34 


10 


Hardee — 


034,180.00 


934.18 


292.78 


2,971.07 


10 


Hendry 


6S5.4O0.O0 


535.40 


BM M 


980.24 


10 




1,109.708.00 
2.224.025.00 


1,100.71 
2.224.03 


668.64 
2.058,89 


1,608.22 
2.600.46 


10 


Highlands 

HUlaborouch 


10 


32,597,151.00 


■8$B7JS 


27,953.50 


34,169.47 


10 




789.515.00 
1.309,550.00 


789.52 
1,309.58 


643.42 
1.391.62 


4.443.80 

1.860.38 


10 . 


Indian River 


10 




2,647.895.00 
1.291,828.00 


2,047.90 
1,291.33 


2,761.64 
1,130.93 


1(1,010.15 
8.162.67 


10 




10 




451,570.00 
7.354,741.00 

2,072.841.00 


451,57 
7,334.74 

2,972.94 


437.50 
6.681.10 

3,282.27 


1.833.68 
6,909.82 

3,977.86 


10 


Lake 


10 


La* 


10 


Leon 


4,174,623.00 
1.403,878.00 


-4,174.63 
1,408.88 


4,265.61 
1,198.90 


6.933.53 

3.443.50 


10 


Lery 


10 




201 606 "'i 


291.63 


-.::: It 


1.308.28 


10 


Madison 


1.465^301.00 


1,485.30 


1,360.88 


4,843.06 


HI 




4.279.946.00! 

- 614.00 


4,279.95 
0,758.61 


3.504.87 
5.164.24 


6,249.85 
8,471.14 


10 




10 


Martin 


1.028,616.00 


1,028.62 


930.28 


1 .313.85 


10 


Monroe 


1.832,540.00 


1,832.54 


1.762.19 


2.644.14 


10 


Nassau 


2.006.9OB.00 

000.623 00 


2.006.91 

962 sa 


1.691.80 

740 XO 


2.674.02 
8,662.77 


10 


Okalooaa 


10 


Okeechobee 


408,731.00 

18,108.658.001 


408.73 

13.108.66 


339.20 
14.110.05 


12.180.06 


10 


Orange — 
Osceola 


10 


2.061 ,540. On 


2.061.55 


1.035.60 


2.288.78 


10 




14,491.260.00 

2,379 


14.4Bt.2S 
2,379.33 


15.471.41 
2.095.2O 


11.762.10 
3,311.09 


10 




10 


Pinellas 


14,705.888.00] 


14,795.69 


14.432.07 


15.235.28 


10 


Polk 


10,408.007.00 


16.408.01 


18.209.43 


19.717.26 


10 


Putnam 


2,367.179.001 


2.367.18 


2.520.90 


4.547.00 


10 


Bt. Johns 


3,398,603,00 1 


3,398.69 


3.445.59 


3.960.76 


10 


St. Lucie 


1.726.856.001 


1.726.86 


1. 883.06 


2.282.02 


5 V. 




1.624.720 001 


1.624.72 


S1IH.T.4 


4.559.78 


10 




5. 135.460. 001 


5,135.47 


4.374.33 


3,114.113 


10 


Seminole 


4,480,772.001 


4,480.77 


4.553.44 


5.146.64 


10 




1.341.257.00 


1,341.26 


040. BO 


3.052.47 


10 


Suwannee 


1,884,848.00 


1,884.85 


1.630.19 


4.494.57 


10 




2.043.884.00 
459,648.00 


2,043.88 
459.65 


1.885.48 

284.801 


3,059.37 
1,480.38 


10 


Union 


10 




12336.248.00 

88U9B.O0 

1,438.251.00 


12,22525 

683.23 

1,438.25 


11,860.71 
459,04 

1.462.54 


11.339.49 

T.800.62 
3,988.46 


10 


Wakulla 


10 


Walton 


10 


Waahlnfton 


689.191.00 


689.10 


523 14 


8.467.03 


10 



Figures compiled from record* In office of State Comptroller. 
•• In addition to this amount 373.162.38 was rolleric-d frnm Tax 
ttona not distributed by conn ties, making a total of 3386,806.38. 



Radtjaap- 



412 



liEFAKTMENT OV PUBLIC 



(1) ALL RECEIPTS; <2> INVENTORIES; 



TABLE XIV 
RBC A PI TULAT1 ON 
(31 CASH ON HAr> 





^ 




RECEIPT.^ 




1915-1936 
COUNTIES 


State Sources 


County and 
District Sources 


Other Sources 


TOTAL 
REVENUE 1 
RECEIPTS 




Stale School 

funds 

(Teachers Salary 
Fond) 


Cost of Teitbooks 

Furnished by the 

State (aj 


Slate Total* . . . 


t 10,300,000.00 


% {n)823,249.52 


8 11,144,942. 10 


t 691,330.61 


t 23.159.542.23 


Baker 


264,529 73 

53,869.38 

104,279.04 

70,286.04 

102,064.83 

145,632.06 

63,810.78 

28.028.67 

31.335.31 

48,670. 19 

22,142.22 

119.973.58 

953,660.34 

61,701.90 

43.717.18 

943,303.73 

359,760. 14 

23,758.83 

47,072 27 

201.607 35 

10,598 75 

19,375 56 

22.407 32 

74.410.47 

83.251.77 

27,467.29 

44,923 62 

75,388 95 

957.437.36 

124,518.96 

$3,969.88 

280,660 79 

88.629 lO 

37,170 81 

193.616 92 

111,457.50 

194,843 97 

96,489 50 

16,659 47 

121.721.49 

175.126.49 

337.368 33 

36,815 39 

74,090.78 

74,936.31 

102,634 01 

36,882 56 

341.293.73 

64.111.40 

.130,426.31 

92,779.12 

426,904 95 

352.494.73 

127,410 S3 

111,235.63 

61.943 61 

137,768 63 

87,274.76 

144,211.10 

83,532 27 

125.941 35 

85,726 59 

41,561.43 

118,302 60 

30.435 27 

111.759 95 

97.149 18 


19,766.95 

3,016.06 
7,668.41 
3.616.89 
6,833,76 

11,747.71 

4,604.86 

1.565 99 

2,561.90 

2.611. 19 

760. 17 

•» 7,141.50 

113,344 49 

3,075.30 

1,733-42 

75,182 94 

27,502.54 
1,014 11 
3,631.88 

11,631 29 
2.477.48 
1,067.10 
877.79 
4.812.41 
9,350.67 
1,681.43 
1,018.25 
4,212.01 

77,746.69 
9,063.73 
3.680.59 

19,185.41 
5,478.46 
2.310- 70 

13,895.88 
7.955 36 

16.16184 
5,041.76 
2,290.72 
8.552.49 

12,086.89 
(a) 15 .397.31 
1,717.36 
6,474.14 
4.360.37 
7,466.82 
3,127.57 

24.631.31 
5,113.42 

29,337.86 
6,962.66 

41.292.88 

42,116.09 
8.298.65 
8,960.14 
3,307.02 
7,332.71 
6,503.20 
9,803.97 
6,240. 19 
7.961.10 
5,247.03 
1,246.76 

26,384.23 
2,638.74 
7,511.87 
8,274 42 


152,169 28 

39,791.48 

26.797.04 

34.041.92 

110.829.68 

167.282.33 

23,341.20 

24,792.70 

40.608.26 

30,046.10 

44,567.38 

52,239.03 

2,027.401.76 

16,737.65 

26,691.52 

1,240.217 04 

226,856.49 

10,988 61 

39.414.96 

60,270.72 

19,398.66 

21.107.86 

12,629 58 

38.754.83 

14,282. 12 

24,626.60 

26.861.06 

90.302.20 

1,325,963.55 

47,794 39 

60,252.82 

109.468.61 

39,042 63 

21,100.83 

214,294.07 

156,610.51 

128.615.94 

33,612.27 

26,466 41 

44.817.41 

154,278.40 

135.149.37 

20,956 95 

55,144.72 

51.011.62 

30,474.64 

14,931.47 

506,277 85 

42,669. 81 

561,367.66 

69,505.92 

648.613.00 

612,990.24 

104,970.51 

98,229.28 

43,245.62 

54,205.62 

158.920.57 

164,388.51 

42,751.47 

61,887.57 

48,814.47 

5,894.49 

459,787.64 

18,321.61 

39,058 57 

29,762 58 


38,018 64 
3,189.96 


474 ,684 60 
101,866 88 
118,764.51 

111,257.42 

221,159 93 

331,543.73 

92.838.09 

54,801 48 

95,005.47 

81,327 48 

72,469.77 

183.180.60 

3,280,175.79 

83,715.21 

72.120.99 

3,373,977.71 

622,716.37 

34,761.35 

91.814 22 

299.916 86 

55,735. 15 

42.188.02 

35.914 69 

117,977.73 

107,972.26 

56,633.02 

76.420 15 

177.910.23 

2. 398.688 54 

183,664.78 

117.103 29 

420,647.41 

111,480. 19 

61,901 61 

441.247,13 

276.538 37 

449, 0SI. 05 

213,139.46 

67,389.21 

176.037.57 

348.003.71 

390.310 59 

60,544.89 

135,709.84 

130,300.30 

143.950 69 

43,941.60 

935,202.48 

114,171.39 

951,079.17 

169,267 70 

1,125,474.18 

1.221,274.62 

242.250 89 

221,367.45 

124,457.47 

191,861.07 

254 ,407 . 53 

322,195.06 

135,390.43 

197.906 82 

139,786 09 

50,702.70 

808,525.49 

73.237.62 

161,374 69 

135. 704. IB 


Bradford 


3,290.57 
1,611.66 

6.860,65 

1,081.25 

396.12 

300.00 

5,000.00 
3,826.69 
185,769 20 
2,200 36 
958.67 
15,075.00 
8,577.00 

"i'.69s;ii 

4.405.50 

3,360.36 

437.50 


Broward .,..*«.* 

Charlotte 

Cttru* 

Clay . 


Columbia. 

Dade 




Dai* 

Ptagkr .* 

Fmnklio 


Gilchrist 

Glades 

Gulf 


Hendry 

Hernando 

mBsbonmch 

t«M««w River ,. , 


I ,087.50 
2.657.70 
1,617.00 
8,007.07 
37,520 94 
2,287.50 

11,332.60 

330.00 

1,219.25 

1,436.48 

495.00 

109.429.30 

37,195 93 

1,972 61 

926.18 

6,310.93 

2,493.58 

1,034.99 

3,355.23 

62;997!57 

2,334.76 

29,947.34 


Lafayette 

Lake. 




Leon. ........... 

Levy 


Madison . 

Manatea. ........ 

Marion. . ........ 


Monro* 

Okeechobee 


Osceola 

Palm Beach. . , . . . 


Pinellas 


8.661.13 

11.651.56 
1,370 90 
3,942.40 

11,961.27 
2,554.11 
1.709. 00 
1,789.48 
866 50 
2,116.80 


Putnam . ........ 

St. Johns 

St. Lucie 

Santa Rata 

Sarasota. 

Seminole . 


Taylor 


Union 




Volusia. 

Wakulla 

Washington. 


4,051.00 

1.822 0C 
3,044.50 

518 20 


(a) la addition 
of Marion C 

(b) Docs not a| 

(c) Inventory i 
id) Don not aj 
(*) Overdrait- 


to this amount. f9 
louoty and i) ther 
jree with amount r 
eported through et 
me with amount r 


9 54 was expended 
efore not included 
eporttd at dose of 
tot at close of 1931 
enortcd at dose of 


by tbc state for t* 
in the above fjgurt 
1934-35. 

1— 35 in report of eo 
1934-35. 


kc books for the Gi 
a, but is included 

unty superintender. 


ri.,' Industrial Scboc 
it Table IX,,wuicb 

it 



C OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 



TABLE XIV 
RECAPITULATION . 

{31 CASH ON HAND AT BEGINNING OP YEAR 



TOTAL 

REVENUE 
RECEIPTS 



TOTAL 

NON-REVENUE 
RECEIPTS 



GRAND TOTAL 
ALL RECEIPTS 



INVENTORY 
AND FREE 
TEXTBOOKS 
OF STORES AT 
BEGINNING 
OF YEAR 



CASH ON 
HAND AT BE- 
GINNING OP 
YEAR 



TOTAL 

AMOUNT 

AVAtLABB 

DURING YSAR 



t 29.139,542,23 f 1,223,334 36 % 24,382,876.59 



21.030.68 



S 3,547,740 77 



f, 27.951.648.04 



474,684.60 
101.866. SB 
138.764. SI 

111,257.42 

221,359 93 

331.542 75 

92.838.09 

34,803 48 

95,003 47 

81,327.48 

72.469.77 

183. 180. 80 

,280,173.79 

85. 713.2! 

72,120.99 

,273,977.71 

622,718.37 

34.761.55 

91.814 22 

299.916 86 

55,735. 13 

42.188.02 

33,914 69 

117.977 73 

107,972,26 

56,633.02 

76.420 15 

177.910.23 

.398,688 34 

183,664.78 

117,101.29 

420,647.43 

133,480.19 

61.901.61 

443.247,33 

276,338.37 

449.051.03 

212.339.46 

67,389.2! 

176,037.57 

348.002.71 

390.310 59 

60.544 89 

135,709 84 

130.300 30 

143.950 69 

43,941 60 

935,202.48 

114,171.39 

931,079.17 

169,267 70 

,125,474.18 

.221.274.62 

242,250 89 

221.367 45 

124.457.47 

191,861 07 

254.407.53 

322.195 06 

135,390 43 

197.906 82 

139.788 09 

50,702.70 

808.325 49 

73,237. S2 

161.374 89 

133, 704. M 



618. 19 

300.50 

3.870.03 

2,009.43 



25,101.62 



II 



,840.93 

20.00 
54.56 

58.75 

638,102.73 

1,662.35 

9,750.03 

29,000.00 

43.524.28 

20.00 

"2.\i*.~4*> 

206.13 

12.70 

568.91 

362! 68 

99.25 

1.16 

51.64 

13,719.76 

1.138.31 

123.00 

13,275.57 



I. 

8. 

21. 

1, 



2,634.23 

17,180.72 

37,860.92 

2,582.26 

246 40 

138 62 

.900.71 

,189 89 

,571.28 

2.50 

62,899.78 

13,543 95 

662.65 

15,989 14 

80.00 

1.529,29 

77.29 

22,164.65 

134,896 84 

13,543 82 

354.32 

2.207. 16 

3,366.53 

5,990.86 

18.287.20 

50.00 

367,00 

10,261.93 

12,114.80 

9,028 71 

4,645.00 

62.98 

43 69 



475 

102 

142 

113 

221 

356 

92 

54 

106 

81 

72 

183 

3,918 

87 

81 

2.302 

666 

34 

91 

302 

55 

42 

36 

117 

108 

56 

76 

177 

2.412 

184 

117 

433 

133 

61 

445 

293 

486 

214 

67 

177 

411 

62 
135 
193 
157 

44 
951 
114 
952 
169 
1,147 
1,356 
235 
221 
126 
195 
260 
340 
133 
198 
150 

62 
817 

77 
161 
135 



,309 W 

icj sa 

634 54 
.266 M 

359 93 
644 37 
838.09 
803.48 
846.42 
347.48 
524.33 
239.55 
278,52 
377.76 
871.02 
977.71 
M3 63 
781.55 
814.22 
341.32 
941.28 
200 72 

977.73 
274.94 
732.27 
421 31 
,961.87 
408.30 
803.09 
228 29 
923 00 
480 19 
901.61 
881,63 



241 76 

113.39 



407.00 



266.27 
62.28 
13.87 



536. 17 

!b)!43.65 

410.77 

2,609.71 

1.304.65 



(b) 193. 25 

655.06 

lb) 5, 743. 90 



943.80 



719 09 
911.97 
921.72 
635.61 
176 19 
903 42 
500 48 
116 17 
712 34 
700 08 
494 64 
604 25 
191.62 
251.39 
608.46 
344 99 
6,18.83 
171.46 
794 71 
721.77 
664.63 
227,60 
398 39 
482.26 
440.43 
273 82 
050 02 
817.50 
554 20 
882 82 
437 8' 
748 07 



293.84 

4 13; 73 
629 14 



2,223. 

1,011 69 
30 07 



(b) 106.43 



1 , 750 00 
122.74 



(c). 



443,50 



33.30 



76 
224 93 



85,968 

M)6,437 

6.401 

6,068 

38.478 

61,672 

5.099 

16,865, 

34.897 

9,131 

15,162 

17,813 

529.836 

10.480 

15,377. 

276.567. 

24.073 

14.786 

10,838 

16,716 

12.002 

6.079 

5.264 

6.492 

6,787 

2,787. 

5.736. 

18,994 

340.593 

(dH.OIT 

3,678 

27.139 

44,168 

3,988 

137,880 

16.118 

20,001 

34.542 

4,469 

19,676 

44.231 

129.981 

4.100 

1,105 

14,471 

3.989 

1.410 

(d) 26 1,4 14 

3,091 

16,617 

27 , 103 

(d)432,825 

(d 1224. 807 

23,782 

45,736 

Mil, 700 

te)31.84l 

62.405 

72,474 

13.857 

16,449 

23,938 

4.320 

173.915 

6,111 

Id) 19, 407 

21,970 



561.512 

108,718 
149.036 
119.335. 
259,838. 
418,723. 

97,937. 

71,669. 
142.009. 

90, HI. 

87,702. 
201,057. 
,448.670. 

98.004. 

97,859. 
.582.154. 
691,620. 

49,568. 
102.652 
319,037. 

67,943. 

48,280. 

41.748. 
124.470. 
115.061. 

59,319. 

82,371. 

197,61!. 

.758,745. 

I88.S3C 

120,906. 
462,005. 
177,648, 

65,890. 
583.761 
310,131. 
506,913 
249,877 

72,734. 
196,853. 
401.134 
543,703. 

66.216. 
137.329. 
207.701. 
166.484 

46.014. 
,212,712. 
117.342. 
970,976. 
196,571, 
,580,464 
.581,422. 
279,577. 
267,457. 
128,363 
163,385. 
322.803 
412,991. 
149,298 
214,723 
174,038. 

67.214 
991,469. 

84.218 
180,839 
137.718. 



65 
73 
41 
46 

u 

48 
43 
04 
87 
23 
98 
78 
84 
26 
45 
49 
90 
48 
78 
37 
32 
71 
58 
34 

G 

85 

4; 

49 
8' 
73 
37 
99 
49 

or 

7; 

25 

95 
50 
06 
13 
53 
67 
55 
09 
92 
57 
H 
44 
67 
17 
04 
40 

H 

33 

92 
05 

II 

42 
4H 
II 
37 
98 

so 

25 
78 
97 

30 



ill.' Industrial School ID Uvula, This amount a nut included in the report of the County Superintendent 
it Tabic IX.. which ibom tbe total cost □( temt booki ai 1823,349.06. 



_<' 



TABLE XV 
REVENUE RECEIPTS 
PART INSTATE SOURCES 





STATE SOURCES 


1935-1936 


TOTAL 








Teachers Salary Fund 












STATE 
SOURCES 


















•Total Free 
Textbooks 


COUNTIES 






















(Includes Cost 














Public Free 






Furnished 




Free Textbooks 


Total 


One Mill 


1 nterest on 


Motor Vehicle 


Keverage 


School Fund 


General 


(let nil 


by State 




Furnished by 


Teachers Salary 


Tax 


State School 


License Tan 


Tax 


One-fourth 


Revenue 


Ordination 






State 


Fund 


• 




Fund 




(Balance) 


Mill Tax 




Tni 


















(Hal. Hire J 








Stall Totals . 


111, 323, 249 52 


■10.500,000. 00 


$374,720.94 


£211,184.96 


$4,983,908.80 


$73,893 49 


$2,794.23 


$4,603,497.58 


$250,000.00 •823,249.32 


Alachua 


284,296 68 


264,529.73 


9,440,46 




5,320.46 


125,561.34 


1,861.621 70.40 


115,977.32 


6,298.33 


19.766 95 


Baker,.., 


58.885 44 


55,869 38 


1,993.84 




1,123.69 


26,518.85 


393 18 


14.87 


24,494.73 


1 ,330, 22 


3,016.06 


Bay 


1 1 1 ,967 . 47 


104,279 04 


3,721.46 




2,097.35 


49,496.89 


733.86 


27.73 


45,718.89 


2,482.84 


7.688.43 


Bradford 


73,922 93 


70,286 04 


1.508.34 




1,413.64 


33,361.83 


494.64 


IB. 70 


30,815.41 


1.673.48 


3,636.89 


Brevard 


10S.91S.59 


102,064.83 


3,642.45 




2,052.82 


48,445.88 


718.28 


27.16 


44,748.12 


2,430. 12 


6,853.76 


Broward. ...... 


157,379.77 


145,632.06 


5 , 197 . 28 




2,929.07 


69,125.41 


1.024.89 


38.76 


63,849.22 


3,467.43 


11,747.71 


Calhoun. ...... 


68,415.64 


63,810.78 


2>,277.27 




1,283.40 


, 30,288 31 


/ 449.07 
/ 197.25 


16.99 


27,976.44 


. 1,519.30 


j4.604.86 
/ 1,585. 99 


Charlotte 


29,614.66 


28,028.67 


1,000.27 


J 


563.75 


• 13,304.03 


•/ 7.46 


• 12, 288.. 56 


l/ 667.35 


Citrus 


54,097.21 


51,535.31 


1,839.19 




1,036.51 


24,461.64 


362.68 


13.72 


22,594.54 


1.227,03 


2,561.90 


Clay 


51,281.38 


48,670. 19 


1,736.92 




978.88 


23,101.71 


342,52 


12.93 


21,338.40 


1,158.8! 


2,611.19 


Collier.. 


22,902.39 


22,142.22 


790.19 




445.33 


10,509.99 


155.83 


5.89 


9,707.79 


527.20 


760. 17 


Columbia.. .... 


127,115.08 


119,973.58 


4,281.58 




2,413.02 


56,946.41 


844.31 


, 31.92 


52,599.83 


2,856.51 


. 7.141 50 


Dade 


1,067,004.83 


953,660.34 


34,033.92 


-J 


19,180.81 


/ 452,662.51 


6,711.36 


J 253.78 


.' 418,111.76 


22.706 20/113.344.49 


DeSoto 


66,777.20 


61,701.90 


2.202.00 




1,241.00 


29,287.32 


434. 22 


16.42 


27,051.85 


1,469.09 


5,075,30 


Dixie 


44,470.80 


42,717.38 


1,524.49 




859.17 


20,276.14 


300.62 


11.37 


18,728.51 


1,017.08 


1,753,42 


-|— Duval.. 


1,018,685.67 


943,302.73 


33,664 32 




18,972.51 


447,746.17 


6,638,47 


251.03 


413,570.65 


22,459.58 


73,382.94 


Escambia. ..... 


387, 282. SS 


359,780.34 


12,839.73 




7,236.20 


170,772.63 


2,531.94 


95.74 


157,737,90 


8,566 20 


27,302,54 


Flagler 


23,772.94 


22,758.83 


812.22 




457.75 


10,802 66 


160.16 


6.05 


9,978.11 


541.88 


1,014.11 


Franklin 


50,704.15 


47,072.27 


1.679.90 




946.75 


22,343.23 


331.27 


12.52 


20,637,83 


1,120.77 


3,631.88 


Gadsden 


215,240.64 


203,607.35 


7,266.30 




4,095.12 


96,643.86 


1,432.88 


54.19 


89,267.21 


4,847.79 


11,633.29 


Gicbrist 


33,076.23 


30,598.75 


1.091.98 




615.43 


14,323.95 


213.33 


8.14 


13,413.38 


728.54 


2,477.48 


Glades 


20,642.66 


19,575.56 


698 62 




393. 73 


9,291.69 


137,77 


5.21 


8,562.46 


466.08 


1,067. 10 


Gulf 


23.285.11 


22.407.32 


799.67 




450.68 


10,635.81 


157.69 


3.96 


9,824.00 


533.51 


877.79 


Hamilton 


79,222.88 


74,410.47 


2,655.54 




1.496.61 


35,319.53 


523.66 


19.80 


32.623.65 


1,771.68 


4.812.41 


Hardee 


92,602.64 


B3 ,251.77 


2,971.07 




1,674.43 


39,516.11 


585.89 


22. 16 


36.499.93 


1,982.18 


9,3i0.87 


Hendry 


29,348.72 
47,942.07 


27,467.29 


980. 24 




552.44 


13.037.5B 


193.30 


7.31 


12.042.44 


653.98 


1,881.43 


Hernando. 


44 ,923. 82 


1,603.22 




903.54 


21.323.44 


316.15 


11.95 


19,695.90 


1,069 62 


3,018.23 



HiffhLindj 

Holmes, 

iDdiw Itivrr 

L*f»ntt*. 



Let. 



tery. 



Marion... 

Monro* 

Okajooaa . 
Okeechobee 

Orange 

Osceola 



St. John 
St. Lucie 
Sun Roaa 
Saraaota. 

Seminole 
Sumter. 



Taylor. 
Ufaoa.. 



Wakulla. 
Walum., 
Washington 

•In addition (o this ■mourn. 899 
(be report of (be Superintendent of 
of teitbooke u 18 21 , 149 Oft 



79.600 96 

1,035,204.05 

1 33,582. 69 

56.850.47 
299,646 22 

94,107.56 

39,581.51 
W7.514.80 
119.412.86 
211.005 81 
101.531 26 

38,930.19 
130,273 SB 
187,213 58 
252,765 18 

38.532 95 

80,565.12 

79.288 68 
110.12(1 Rl 

19,010 13 
365,927 06 

69,266 82 
359,764 17 

99,761.78 
468,197.83 
594,630 82 
135,709 48 
120,195.77 

69,250 63 
135,101 34 

93,777 96 
154,017 07 

91,772 46 
133.902 45 

90,973 67 

44,808 71 
344,686 85 

S3 .094 01 
119,271 82 
105,423.60 



75.3*8 95 
937,457.36 
114,518.96 

82,969.88 
280.660.79 

88.629. 10 

37,370.83 
195.618.92 
111.457 50 
194,843 97 

96.489 50 

36,659.47 
121,721.49 
175,126 49 
237.368 33 

36,815 .19 

74,090 78 

74.928 31 
102,634.01 

26,882.56 
341.295 75 

64.133 40 
330.426.31 

92,779.12 
426.904,95 
532.494 73 
127,410 81 
111,235 63 

63,943.61 
127,768.63 

87,274.76 
144,213.10 

85,532.27 
125,941 33 

81,726 59 

41,361 43 
318,302 60 

50,453,27 
111,759 95 

97,149 18 



2.690.46 

34,169 47 
4,44.1 80 
1 ,890. 38 

10,016 15 
3,162.97 
1,333. 68 
6,909 82 
3, 977.66 
6,933 53 
3,443 SO 
1,308 28 
4,343.96 
6,249 85 
8,471.14 
1,313.85 
2,644.14 
2,674.02 
3,662.77 
959.37 

12,180.06 
2.2*8.75 

11,792.16 
3.311.09 

15,235 28 

19,717.26 
4,547.00 
3,969 76 
2,282.02 
4,539 78 
3.114.63 
5,146.64 
3.052.47 
4,494 57 
3,059.37 
1,483 2-1 

11.359.49 
1.800 62 



3, 46 J 03 



1.516.27 

19.237.20 
2,504.44 
1,065.38 
3,644.90 
1,782.59 

751 61 
3,894.24 
2.241 72 
3.918.86 
1.910.67 

737.33 
2,448.16 
3.322.32 
4,774.15 

740.46 
1,490.19 
1,307.02 
2,064.27 

340 69 
6,864 43 
1,289 91 
6,645 82 
1,866.03 
8.586.28 
11,112.24 
2,562.60 
2,217.27 
1,286.09 
2,569.79 
1,735.34 
2,900.53 
1,720.29 
2,531.04 
1.724.21 

833 93 
6,401 98 
1,014 80 



3,988 46 J 2.247 82 



1,953 97 



35,783 97 

434,464.79 
19,103.92 
23,142.57 

133,217.87 
42,068 49 
17. 738. ,36 
91.902.76 
52. 90 I. 21 
92.484 75 
45.799.51 
17,400.70 
57,776 08 
81.125.18 

112.608 ;i 
17,474.72 
15,167.77 
33,163.31 
48,71604 
12.760 02 

161,998 75 
30,441 43 

156,839 48 
44,038 35 

202,633 82 

262,246 04 
60,476.36 
52,798 88 
30,331 34 
60,646 40 
41 ,423 ,67 
68,451.90 
40,598.57 
19,779.06 
40,690 82 
19,727.45 

151,081 88 

j 23 ,9 19. 00 

• 53,047.74 

46,112 62 






y 



530.55 

,7M OR 
174 H 
372.77 

,975.14 
623.73 
M3 00 

.362 38 
784,37 

,371.21 

f,79 0* 

233.99 

856.61 
,232 45 
,670 47 
219.09 
321.42 
527.31 
722 29 
189.18 
.401.87 
451.lt 
,125 37 
632 93 
.004 33 
,888.17 
896 65 
782 82 

4 si> on 

KV> U 
614.19 

.014 90 
601 93 
886.31 
603 29 
292 49 

.210 04 
353.08 
786 51 
fS3 61 



• 



20 06 
254.79 
33.13 
14.10 
74.69 
23.39 

9 95 
31. » 
29 66 
31.65 
25,67 

9.76 
32,40 
46 61 
63 16 

9 SO 
19 71 
19.93 
27.31 

7.13 

90 HI 

17.06 
87.93 
24 69 
113 61 
147 03 
33 91 
29 60 
17.01 
34.00 
23.22 
38.18 
22.76 
33.52 
22.82 
11.07 
84.71 
13.42 
29.75 
25.85 



54 ww expended by the State for teitbooki for the Girla* 
Marion County and it therefore not included in the above 



Industrial School in 
nrirres. hut if 



33,032.66 

119,776.41 
54,592.61 
23,221.49 

121.049.61 
18.857.31 
16,181.42 
84.888 01 
48, 8W, 13 
85,421.11 
42,303 74 
16,072.16 
13.366 15 
76,780 40 

104,069.01 
16,140.91 
32,483 48 
32,810 69 
44,997.65 
11,786.09 

149,633 72 
28,117.90 

144,868 26 
40,677,00 

187,167.23 

242.229.36 
55.860 52 
48,768 8) 
28,034.68 
36,017.18 
18.261 74 
61.227.11 
17,499.77 
35,216.25 
17,584.97 
18,221.70 

139,152.8 
22,121.01 
48,998 72 

42,592 96 

Ocala 



/ 



1,794.98 
22,796.60 
2,964.74 
1,261.19 
6,682.40 
2,110.22 

889 78 

4.609 9? 

-2,653,75 

4.639 14 

' 2,297 37 

872.85 
2,898 1,1 
4.169 og 
5,651.63 

876.56 
1,76(07 
1,784.01 
2.441.67 

640 06 
8,126 09 
1.526 99 
7.867.29 
2,209 0.1 
10.164 40 
13.134 6.1 
3,031.59 
2,618 47 
1,522.47 
3,0*2.11 
2,077.97 
3,411.64 
2.0.16 48 
2,998 60 
2,0(1 II 

989 56 

7,178 63 

1,201 12 

' 2,660.91 y 

2,313.07 



4.212.01 

77,746 69 
9.063.73 
3.880.39 

19,185.43 
5,478.46 
2,210.70 

13,895,88 
' 7,955.36 

16.161 84 

' 3.0(1.76 

2,290.72 

6,552.49 

12,086 89 

•15,297.31 

1,717.56 

6,474.34 

4,360.37 

.7,4*6.82 
2,127,57 

24,611.31 
S, 111 42 

29.337 86 
6,982.66 

41.292 88 

42.136.09 
8,298.65 
8,960 14 
3,107.02 
7.3.12 71 
6,101.20 
9,801 97 
6,2(0 19 
7,961.10 
5,2(7 01 
3,246 78 

26,384 25 
2,618 74 
7,511.87 
8.274 42 



3 

> 



r. 
I 



a 



1 

» 
a 

5 



Th.i» annount is sot inctwJed in 

{ei Tibta IX, which thorn ItM U>Ul 






1935-1936 
COUNTIES 



TABLE XV 

RBVBNUB RECEIPTS 
PART 2— COUNTY AND DISTRICT SOURCES 



COUNTY AND DISTRICT SOURCES 



TOTAL 

COUNTY 

AND 
DISTRICT 
SOURCHS 



Taxes, Collector, and Comptroller 



General 
Fund 



[Ji-trii-l 
Fundi 



Interest and 
Sinking Fundi 



Tu Redemptions 



Geoeril 
Fund 



District 
Fundi 



Interest tad 

Sinking Fundi 



s 



% 

H 
E 
H 
z 

H 

O 

*9 

•fl 
S 

— • 
o 

■/. 

a 
o 

o 



Total Stite 



1 1,144,942. Ifl 



3,057,360.26 



2,580,495.48 



3.371,467.22 



469,438.61 



394,308.39 



461,584.31 



* Alachua.. 

Baker 

Bay 

Bradford. 
BrcTixd . , 
Broward ■ . 
Calhoun. , 
Charlotte. 

Citnu 

Clay 

CouJer.... 
Columbia. 

Dade 

De Soto. . 

Dbie 

Duval 

Racarnbia, 
Flagler . . . 
Franklin. . 
Gadaden, . 
Gikhriit.. 
Glide*. 

Gull 

Hamilton. 

Hendry'.'." 
Hernando 



152.369 28 
39,791.48 
26,797 04 
34,043 92 

110,829 68 
167,282.33 
23.541 20 
24.792.7fi 
40,608.26 
30,046.10 
44,567.38 
52,239.03 
2,027,401.76 
16,737.65 
26,691.52 
1,240,217.04 
226,858 49 
I0.98S.6I 
39,414 96 
80,270.72 
19,398 66 
21,107.86 
12.629.58 
38,754.85 
14,282.12 
24,626.60 
26,861.08 



41,647. 
8,609 

11,147 
6.886 

28.748 

28 , 102 
3,379 
7,426 

12,177 
6,294 

19,860 

20,148 

560,731 

6,297 

10,987 
505,612 

82,610 
2,922 

1 1 ,925 

21.207 
6.496 
5. 85 1 
5,917 
8,479 
1,786 
5,842 
6,606 



39,569.5 
7,918 95 
9.404.06 
6,765.89 

28,768.03 

28,485.39 
3,172.08 
5,380 60 
9,477.79 
6,347.84 
6,463.65 

16,073.95 

371,094.09 

6,079.16 

9,922.03 

197,347.87 

48.629 IS 
2.923,52 

10,410.47 

19,920.31 
5,395,59 
4,825.98 
2,475.05 
3,919.56 
1,331.34 
3,833.29 
6,187.50 



37,650.89 
8,608.17 
3,232.42 
5.228.03 
35.240.73 
60,688.71 
7.036.36 
2,421,63 
3,170.13 
2,593.58 



7,550.39 

630,724.20 

131.98 

585.66 

350.830 95 

54,731.05 

750.87 

11,300.01 

21.781.98 

4.831.76 

311.49 

3.157.02 

7,267.91 

1,052.55 

7,992.42 

2,357.32 



7,674.99 
737. 7 J 
726.98 

2,710.89 
4,708.64 
9,585.33 
290.96 
1,093.30 
1,134.71 
1,321.13 

10,369.88 
2,054.92 

53,866.13 

"iM^l 

63,725.35 

11,219.48 

1,430.17 

386.57 

1,586.32 

167.36 

4.15 

92.25 

4,249.58 

80.69 

458.79 

3,547.51 



6,976.86 
716.92 

788 OS 

2.588 90 

5,043 59 

9,767.14 

204.46 

874.29 

994.00 

1,481.70 

2,162.72 

1,826,21 

62,286 78 

210.43 

478 51 

23,310 39 

7,649.27 

1,438.03 

188.69 

1,362.29 

158 7C 

4.14 

40. 6C 

2,509.74 

88.17 

458 59 

2,392.64 



5,372, 

738. 

773. 
1,196. 
3.642. 
4,179. 

JSS 
32. 

467. 

382, 

116. 

791. 
73.477. 



47 
22 
33 

16 

25 

76 

02 / 

92 / 

54 

39 

44 

58 

29 



13.50 

39,741.80 

6,682.63 

411.57 

184.15 

1,600 81 

179. 51 

1.76 

837.38 

2,171 15 

4.02 

636.55 

1,254.89 



Highland*. . . 
Hillsborough 

Holmes 

Indian River 
Jackson , . . . 

Jefleraon 

Lafayette . . . 

Lake 

Lee... 

Leon , 

Levy 

Liberty 

Madison.. . . 
Manatee. . . . 

Marion 

Martin 

Monroe, . , . 

Nassau 

Okaloosa . . . 
Okeechobee . 

Orange 

Osceola 

Palm Beach. 

Pasco 

Pinellas 

Polk 

Putnam .... 
St. John* . . . 
St. Lucie. . . 
San ta Rosa. 
Sarasota,, , . 
Seminole . ■ - 

Sumter 

Suwannee . . , 

Taylot 

Union 

Volusia 

Wakulla 

Walton 

Washing ton. 



90,302.20 

,325,963.55 

+7,794.39 

60,252.82 

109,468.61 

39,042.63 

21.100.83 

234,294.07 

136,630.31 

128,615.94 

53,612.27 

26,466.41 

44.837,41 

154,278.40 

135.149.37 

20,956.95 

35,144.72 

51,011.62 

30,474,64 

14,931.47 

506,277.85 

42,669 81 

561,367.66 

69,503 92 

648.613.00 

612,990 24 

104,970.51 

98,229.78 

43,245.62 

54,205.62 

158,920.57 

164,388.51 

42,751.47 

61,887.37 

4B.8I4.47 

5,894.49 

459,787 64 

18,321.81 

39,058,37 

29,762,38 



21,205 
279,426 

6,460 
13,730 
27,983 
13.067 

4,373 
69,436 
29.589 
43,044 
11,540. 

2,695. 
13,127 
35,004. 
49,868. 

3,318. 
16,206 
13,034. 

5,009 

1,906, 
139,760. 

6,341 
150,337 
17,390, 
148,714 
138,776. 
23,533 
28,377 
15,619 

6,930 
41,755 
45,431 

9,393 
16.280 
18,489, 

2,297 
118,596 

4,386 
14,387 

5,800. 



/ 



21,273 

278,721 

6,702 

12,160 

26,676 

9,699 

2,778 

61,251 

29,464 

29,958 

11,326 

2,099 

6,344 

30,974 

49,429 

5,586 

15.979 

8,147 

6.924 

1,520 

113,095 

4,790 

MS, 948 

16,375 

145.SS+ 

136,136 

21,914 

25,371 

10,002 

10,233 

41,944 

44.368 

9,174 

14,575 

17,615 

936 

116,110 

2,734 

14,269 

4,848 



26,380.85 
496,265.19 

7,929.34 
16,156.90 
37,977.09 

6.373.84 



y 



78,035. 

82.191. 

45,323. 

9,557. 

179. 

17,589. 

29 .<>*S4 

22,070. 

3,494. 

8.313. 

11,442. 

12,070. 

494. 

193,119. 

7,061. 

163,375. 

13,521. 

284,353. 

160,198. 

25,099. 

37,506. 

5,409. 

17,457. 

34,020. 

35,958. 

8.B96. 

11.493. 



281.42 
133,044. 17 

285.13 
6,334.08 
1,771,08 



■y 



7.332.59 


6,395.40 




7,073.99 




68,099.85 


61,730.12 




83,131.14 




1,033.31 


835.08 




4,409,67 




6,917.47 


7,142,11 




1.161.90 




1,871.57 


2,338.00 




2,622,36 




720.96 


602.18 




261.96 




638.63 


336.39 








3,941.24 


6,178.63 




8,i56.i6 / 
4,965.64/ 


09 


2,038.19 


2,005.28 


w"*'' 


H 


1 ,964. 30 


1,067.11 


J 


1,329.91 / 
357. 85 •/ 


> 


300.07 


S 279.05 


<y 


H 


1,293.31 


1,340.46 




411.07 


M 


1,297.33 


1,058.69 




879.07 




18,983.25 


17,557,92 




13,705.94 


■J. 

a 


2,537.22 


2.572.33 




1,053.90 


1,842.58 


1.704.69 




854.75 




4,372.56 


3.467.03 




1,968.72 


a 


2,055.99 


1,066,78 




1,792.69 


1,117.80 


1.060,96 




1,206.92 


1 

s 


439.13 


385.98 




103.14 


15,957.44 


12,640.62 




16,721.46 


9,146.04 


B.4I9.M 




2,788.47 i 


19,376.94 


20,375.32 




25,331.99 


5,664.14 


4,978.28 




6,651.37 


J 


15,781.96 


15,673.00 




23,075.22 


B 


46,354.90 


38,044.90 




67,921.70 


s. 


3,601.67 


2,679.91 




2,201.02 


H 


2,407.60 


1,714.42 




2,010.79 


m 


3,251.12 


3,026.35 




1,302.13 




1,551.4! 


1,439,00 




1,402.33 


a 


6,952.03 


7,370.88 




4,632.89 


a 


4,149.14 


4,336.82 




4,937. IS 


hd 


1,037,68 


1,038.99 




907.57 


g 


2,373.87 


1,604.99 




1 ,678. 59 


H 


1.294,77 


1.234.22 







R 


542.62 


68.73 




7.89 




10,941.44 


12,600.67 




15,811.03 




91,57 


70.50 




10.04 , 
362.15-/ 




1,130.50 


J 1,193.63 




727.24 


629.42 




933. 71 









TABLE XV 

REVENUE RECEIPTS 
PART 1— COUNTY AND DISTRICT SOURCES (Continued) 








6 








COUNTY AND DISTRICT SOURCES (Coutunued) 






COUNTIBS 


Poll Tax 


iutereat on DepoaitJ and 

Inveatmenui 


Tire and 

Tuba 
Uncase* 


Racing Comminion 


Fundf 


- 




General 
Fund 


Ocaenl 

Fund 


Dlittict 

1-uinh 


Bond 
Fundi 


Interest 

and 
.Sinkinf 
Fundi 


General 
Fund 


Genera] 

Fund 


Diftrkt 

Fundi 


Intereat 
and 

Sinkinf 
Fundi 


S 
i 




423,429 14 


8,916.24 


4,057.82 


3,431.37 


35,544.69 


18,418.44 


295.196.04 


500.00 


16,794 09 


o 




7,463 00 

3.188 00 

608 00 

203.00 

4,489.00 

8,917.00 

1,002.31 

1,931.00 

1,383.00 

2,303.00 

1,787.00 

3,793.00 

43,751.23 

3,444.00 

4,021,00 

44,653.00 

14,943.00 

1,111.00 


92.76 


23.03 


4.73 


7.45 


171 75 
1.50 
1 16, 50 
7.30 
77.00 
76.50 


5,514.70 
9,272.04 












"fl 


B*y *.,♦,, *. 










% 




42.68 
26.46 






17.00 

4,73 
4.89 


1,397.05 








80.98 
T.84 








r 






17,467.14 

7,897.03 

/ 3,598.01 






m 










a 




/:::::::::: 








30.00 
7.50 
5.00 
1.50 


y:::::::::: 


11,794.09 


M 




42. 98 

58.24 








y; 




9,272,66 
3,300.00 










247. 14 






H 












M 


Dade 


¥ 426.66 


142.21 


5,420 45 


497 . 74 
550.OO 


<"* 2,439.88 
25.00 


- 18,544.09 


'/. 




1 


Da Soto , 






















125. 26 


89.36 




13,232.76 
122.30 


1,348.25 

171.50 

.73 

20 00 

32.50 


















o 
















Z 














5,000.00 




4,382.00 
1,294.00 
1,707.00 
40.00 
3,157.00 
5.930 58 










8,397.04 

873.00 

8,397.04 






GHchriat, 
















Glut™ . 










4.50 
69.73 

28.00 








Gull 


























6,500.00 
3,980 00 


500.00 







Itrndrt 


381.00 

2.507.00 

600.00 

49,208 00 
1 .880. 00 
2,974.00 
701.00 
907 00 
1,778 00 
4,899.00 
3.713.00 
5,645 00 
3,377.00 
1.652 00 
2,847 00 
7,975.00 
7,426.00 
1,764.00 
4,837.00 
2,430 00 
3,084 00 
1,677 00 

13,069 00 
2,876.00 

18,879 00 
4,696 00 

13,113.00 

19,629 00 
4,478.00 










3.00 

7,50 

16.50 

1.393.23 


3,000.00 




















Hiabluidi 


8.50 
2.048.51 


8.55 

1,843.49 




2.71 
4,093.53 




Hoi ma 










18,544 09 
















9.50 

26.50 

7,373.00 








35.00 








9,272.04 




















11,196,08 






Lake 


367.25 








9.00 

v 63.00 

v 70 00 

S 5.25 

1.50 

32.00 

65.00 

126.50 

14.25 


a • a * *»••••#»■■ 

\\jr.\ :::::: 




Let 






600.00 
83.93 
59,71 






122.39 
>/ 8-32 


7. 11 
' 6.62 


/ 






C^ii. 794.09 
16.794 09 


&..:. 








1.662.00 
27.06 






























6.17 


58.31 
73.54 










152.06 


131.93 


















139.64 






1,050.00 


7.2S 


7,845.00 




















7.30 

579.75 

40.00 
175.75 

11.50 

2,018,50 

687.00 

16.50 
263,30 

21.50 


8,397.04 








350.83 

1,205 88 

73.21 

17.50 


258.54 




724.33 














14,294.09 


































73.23 
' 41.20 


240.43 

¥t'i\ 





4,725.90 

2,630.00 

451.10 








16.794.08 








4,412.00 

6,794.00 
5,380.00 
4,574.00 
3,863 00 
4.747.00 
1,783 00 
1,760 00 
26,709 00 
3,136 00 
858 00 
2,902.00 


















8.397.04 
16,794.08 
















70.00 
35.00 
18.93 

42.50 




1 *n ttMita 


68.43 


53.80 




436.1," 

3.89 

490 98 








8.197 04 
8,197 04 
8,397.04 








3.10 










Voluda 


















7 287.86 


328.47 





3,194.56 


162 50 
, 9.99 








Wakulla 


7,397 04 






Walton 


1,401.89 


39.56 

697.39 


v^:::;::::: 


81.79 
1.999 65 






176 1+ 


875 00 















TABLE XV 

REVENUE RECEIPTS 
PART 3— OTHER SOURCES 














OTHER SOURCES 


1935-1936 
COUNTIES 


TOTAL 
OTHER 

SOURCES 


Vocational Refunds. 

Smith -Hugh a and 

George Eliiey 


Subsidies 

Educational 

Foundations 


Tuition, 
County Line 
Non-Resident 


Incidentals, 

National Forest Fund, 

Gifts 


Federal 

Aid 




General 
Fund 


District 

Funds 


General 
Pond 


District 
Funds 


General 
Fund 


District 
Funds 


General 
Fund 


District 
Funds 


Interest 
and 

KirikiiiR 
Funds 


General 
Fund 


Total State . . . 


t 691,350.61 


f 157,626.68 


$12,572.01 


t 3,933.70 


% 112.01 


141,132.40 


(30,721.85 


MI, 273.66 


$ 8,709.16 


t 8,025.05 


t 387,242.09 


Alachua 


38,018.64 
3,189,96 

1,611.66 

6,880.65 

1.081.25 

396.12 

300.00 

3,826.69 

183,769.20 

2,200.36 

958,67 

13,075.00 

8. 577. 00 

4,405.50 
3,260.26 


4,526.50 
1,622.51 




400.00 






14.00 


18.665.00 
156.75 


115.64 
1.160.70 

20,55 
1.27 


250.00 


11,301.00 


— Baker 








Bay , 

Bradford 


1,591.11 














(1) 3,290.37 




1.081.25 
137.50 








3,058.63 

55.00 


/ 




2,287.60 


(2) 203.62 / 














300.00 








(3)5,000.00 


De Soto 


20,117.32 

1,660.00 

958.67 

12,285.87 
7,513.50 

4,373.50 
1,756.50 




3,141.55 


■/.:::::: 


34,129.84 


22,192.60 
57.81 


. 864.32 

'1,758.46 

482.55 


644.87 

■* 784.43 


'/. 


103,645.00" 






364.15 

30.00 




217.83 


1,503.76 


2,789.13 
481.50 

19.61 










437.50 

2,657 70 
1.617.00 


262.50 
1.112.50 


437.50 




















»■■•*,•■, 






2,395.20 


















4.30 


500.00 





o 

IS 

I 

■ 



o 

c 

w 



3 



o 

SI 



Highlands 

Hillsborough 


8,007.07 

37,520.94 

2,287.50 


965.00 

23.424.88 

2,287.50 









290.75 
187.35 


2,639.41 




10.00 
115.00 


"ms+.'m 


(3) 6,741,32 
(31 10.000.00 
































Jncksim 


11,332.60 

330.00 

1,219.25 

l,438.4B 

495.00 

109,429.30 

57 , 195 . 93 

1,972.61 

926. IS 

6,510.93 

2,495.58 

1,054.99 


6.330,00 
330.00 


2 60 
















(3j 5,000,00 


Ukt 
















* 


1,219.25 


1,392.18 

495.00 

2,693.75 

3,677.50 

1,610.75 

908. as 

5.012.50 

2,070.50 

562.50 










12.50 


9.B1 


23,99 






IjM.. " , ., 


i£... 






















275.00 


175.00 




(4,106,285.55 




\/.V.'.'.".\ 












(4) 53,518.43 


*M*ibtrty *»..,. 












270.63 


91.23 

17.30 
360.92 
375.08 
492.49 






























43.00 




646.66 
50.00 


445.85 
















Martin.. 




























































3,355.22 


2,553.00 












390.22 


410,00 

























62,997.57 

2,234.76 

29,947.34 


5,043.36 
1,995.00 
5,045.74 








■•■■■ 


127.75 




1,414.86 




{3} 56,537.35 






112.01 
















ioi.oo 




24,500.00 




















8,663.35 

13,653.56 

1,570.90 

2,942.40 

11,961.22 

2,554.11 

1,709.00 

3,789.48 

866 50 

2.116.80 


4,031.50 
2,920.07 
1 , 267, 20 
1,800.00 

400.00 
2.361.25 
1,679.00 
3,772.50 

865.00 
1,350.00 


3,408.86 
7,132.00 










416.30 


806.75 






I'nJk 






64.28 


3,337.21 

291.11 

27.50 












12.59 

19.40 

11,561.22 

192.86 

30.00 








St. Joans 

St Lucie 








5. SO 


700.00 


390.00 


















































16.98 




















I. SO 














566.66 


.80 












































Volusia . ■ 


4.051.00 

1,822.00 

3,044.50 

518.20 


3,415,00 
1,775,00 
2,397.50 

no EM 








636.00 
47.00 












Wikulli 


.'/ 
















*"~-WiUon 


/:::::::: 








647.00 


.•K::::::: 
















18.20 





(1 (Reported under Interest and Sinking Funds. 

(2)$ 105. 50 of this amount reported under District Funds. 

(3)Reported under District Fundi. 

(4) Reported under Bond Funds. 



TABU XVI 

PART 1— NON-REVENUE RECEIPTS 





NON-REVENUE RECEIPTS 


IMS- 1936 

COUNTIES 


TOTAL 

NON- 
REVENUE 

RECEIPTS 


Loans 


Saks of Bond* utd Time Warrant* 




General 
Fund 


District 
Fundi 


Bond 
Fundi 


Interest 
utd 

Sinking 


General 
Fund 


Diitrict 

Fundi 


Bond 

Fundi 


Inter*** 
and 

Fundi 


Total Slate. . 


1 1.22.1.334 M 


% 137.068 22 


I 40,293.70 




1 500.00 


I 7,999.93 




1 584,987.5) 


f 34.695.00 




618. 19 

300.50 

3,870.03 

2,009.43 




































Bradford 


500.00 








1,509.43 






















Broward 


23,101.62 


























































ll,840.9« 
20.00 
54.36 

58 7* 

638,102.73 

1.662 5; 

9.710.03 

29,000 OC 

43,324 28 

20.00 

2,424.46 
206.13 

12,70 
368.91 


3,391.25 


i, boo. 66 














Collin- 


















Dade 


40,000.00 












529,000.00 


/.".'.'.'/.'.'.',",', 


















2,000.00 
















Duval 






17,940.03 
















Flagler 
















Gadsden 

Gilcnrbt 


















Cl.des 








Gulf 






































302 68 





299.70 




























Hwnantfn 


1.16 

















51.64 

13,719.76 

1,138.31 

125. 00 

13,273.57 
































3,500.00 




Holmes 



































3,042.92 








































L*ke 


2,634. 2sl 

17,180.72 

37 ,860 92 

2,582 2(. 

246.40 

1,1,18 <>? 

8,900.71 

21,189.89 

1 ,57 1 . 28 

2.50 

62,899.78 

13,543.9i 

662.65 

15,989. 14 

80. Of 

1,529.29 

77.29 

22,164 6 

134,896.8! 

13.543.82 

354.32 

2,207.16 

3,366.53 

5,990.86 

18,287.20 

SO.OC 

367. Of' 

10,261.9.1 

12.114.80 

9.02B.7S 

4,645.00 

62 98 

43.69 
















2,000.00 


I.ce 
















1,625,00 




23,500.00 








100.00 








Liberty 






































































16,500.00 














Martin 












1,300.00 






............ 
















9,500.00 












42,094 59 
5,850.00 










500.00 


























14,766.00 
SO. 00 


















































































Polk 






















































248. 13 
3,000 00 








500.00 
































1,390.50 






2,070.00 




15,000.00 


















































10,000.00 
11.988.81 


150.00 












































W«tuUs 










4,. "00. 0-l 








WdltO' 



































/ 



TABLE XVI 

PART 2— NON-REVENUE RECEIPTS 





NON REVENUE RECEIPTS (Continued 


1933-1936 


Seles ol Property, Insurance, Etc 


Other Nan-Revenue Receipts 


COUNTIES 


General 
Fact) 


District 

Fund* 


Bond 
Fundi 


Interest 

mill 

. Sinking 

l-'uiids 


General 
Fund 


District 
Funds 


Bond 
Funds 


Interest 
and 

Sinkini 
Fundi 


Total State 


f 60,638.51 


t 42.359.39 




f 69,431.04 


% 61,748.07 


$ 32,558.58 


I 18,748.831 112.303 38 








457.63 
30.00 
83.00 


104 75 






55.81 

210.50 

3,760.03 














60.00 
25.00 




































tiiiin.hi 


5.B03.08 






2,173.53 


2.120.3S 


































CItrui 


5.00 
20.00 

22.00 






6,311.00 


6.16 


127.54 
















32.00 






.56 
45 57 

17,003.12 

37,37 

1,008.78 










12.60 

» 13,884.66 
81.76 
41.25 




38 




2,953.62 

109.24 








"/:.'.':::.'::.: 


35,261.33 
1 ,383 00 




49.98 








Dixie 


























23, 58*. 25 
20.00 














































2,208.87 
152.88 


213.59 
















53.23 














12.70 








500 00 






6891 






























1.66 







1.32 



/ 



* 



D 

a 
> 

*-: 

I 

9 

H 

O 

"5 

•9 

I 

3 
1 

§ 



Hendry 

Hernando, . , 
Highlands . . . 
Hillsborough. 

Holmes 

Indian River. 
Jackson . . . . , 

jeflerson 

Lafayette 

Late 

Lee 

Leon 

Levy 

Liberty 

Madi&uii 

Muriate*.. . , . 

Marion 

Martin ....... 

Monroe 

Nassau . ...... 

Okaloosa 

Okeechobee... 

Orange 

Osceola 

Palm Beach . . 

Pasco 

Pinellas 

Polk. 

Putnam.. 

St. Johns 

St, Lucie 
Santa Rosa. . 

Sarasota 

Seminole 

Sumter 

Suwannee , . . 

Taylor 

Union 

Volusia ...... 

Wakulla..... 

Walton 

Washington . 



10, 30*. SO 
350.00 



362 00 

24.85 

3,500.00 



5,05 



294.9+ 



134.09 
35.00 



368.03 



50.00 

302.00 

13.00 

10.00 

375.00 

145.00 

32.98 

43.69 



49.00 



51.64 
10,173.54 



124.00 

37.50 



A. 



23.00 
' 176170 



23.02 
75,86 
130,00 



75.00 

663 M 

53.90 



2.01 



8,372.29 
'i3",50L64 



107.98 



1,682.92 
315.00 



9B.93 



130.00 



i/: 



826.96 



2,161.67 



y 



59,931.41 



4.40 

752. 65 



1,186.13 



7,332.76 

186.70 

30.35 

238.00 

753.60 

8,800.00 

622.17 

71.28 

2.50 

1.38 

4,597.37 



611.28 
/ 7,390 

2,393.02 

*/ 12.58 

8.40 



67.1.00 



897.87 
52.50 

107,17 

6.448.90 

10.00 

131.72 
1,068.09 

232.73 

202.91 
68.28 



63.00 



115.99 
330.63 



" so! 66 V. 



50.25 
1.16 



41.82 
385.66 



8.835.65 



55 <K. 



437.72 



1,486.50 
1,925.28 



286.67 

24.79 

27.32 

9,332.64 

32.18 

4.28 

247.96 

131,61 

186.50 

1,270,27 



853.01 



y.\ 



9,817.31 



185.97 

'e Ism! 36 



1,800.00 



173.37 



5,43-^ 
1,200.00 
27.66- 



591.25 



496.24 

156! 77 



13.362.93 
52,291.59 



14 23 



2.16 

90.00 
1,633 65 



5. 540,05 



s 



428 



DEPARTMENT OF PUBMO INSTRUCTION 



(1) INVENTORY OF STORES; 



TABLE XVII 

(2) CASH ON HAND AT BEGINNING OP YEAR 





INVENTORY 

OF STORES 

AND TREE 

TEXTBOOKS 

AT 

BEGINNING 

OF YEAR 


CASH ON HAND AT BEGINNING OF YEAR 


1935-1936 

COUNTIES 


Total Cash 

on Hand at 

Beginning 

of Year 


General 
Fund 


District 
Fundi 


Bond 
Fundi 


Interest 
and 

Sinkinc 
Fundi 


Total State 


C 2t.O30.68 


3,547,740.77 


1,027,354.04 


$ 717,025.85 


t 48,129.17 


1.755,231.71 


Alachua 


241.76 
1 13. 39 


85,968.10 

(c) 6,437.96 

6.401.87 

6,068.61 

38.478.20 

61,672.11 

5,099.34 

16,865.56 

34,897.18 

9,131.47 

15,162.78 

17.818.23 

529,836. IS 

10,480.85 

15,577,66 

276,567.07 

24,073. 60 

14,786 93 

10,838.56 

16,716.05 

12.002,04 

6,079.99 

5,264.98 

6,492.61 

6,787.88 

2,787.58 

5.756.89 

18.994.56 

340,593.67 

(c)4.0I7.64 

3,678 08 

27.139,19 

44,168.30 

3,988.41 

137,880. 14 

16,118.32 

20,001,88 

34.542.06 

4,469,31 

19.676.94 

44.231.11 

129,981.90 

4,100.38 

1.105,06 

14,471.77 

8,989 93 

1,410.57 

(c)26l,414.39 

3,091.28 

16.617.71 

27.103.31 

fe)432.82V57 

(e)224.807.29 

23,782.62 

45,736.15 

(cll.700.42 

(d}31, 841.79 

62,405 03 

72,474.02 

13,857.68 

16,449.55 

23,988.96 

4,320,70 

173.915,05 

6,111.03 

(c) 19,402 10 

21.970 23 


38,826.89 

561 . 50 

2.399.94 

(d)8,919.79 

8.386.76 

31.324.85 

, 2.850.25 

/ 12.826.29 

12.131.64 

5.863,80 

10,563.98 

, 6.938.00 

■' 147.984.30 

1,007.46 

6.3B2.76 

11,132. 19 

3.437.23 

14,376.96 

3.299.73 

2,662.02 

5,774,00 

4,655.63 

2.9t9.75 

2,579.96 

1,470.24 

1,656 13 

2,661.68 

6H.33 

121,552.78 

(d}387.46 

1 ,428. 59 

9.768.38 

26,531. 12 

1 ,844.37 

78,233.27 

/ 1.499.78 

/ 4.187.10 

/ 3.483.19 

3.472.73 

10,223.46 

9,975,01 

62,066.83 

370,31 

863,60 

12.101.91 

4.391.62 

1,125,72 

Cc) 112,440, 46 

6.19.41 

11,879.49 

13.026.73 

1 ,534. 56 

46,697.27 

4,276.37 

10,908.31 

784,19 

(d)20.5S8.BS 

27,151.93 

24,619.53 

6.423.45 

3,385.83 

18,156.16 

3,222.87 

54.942.72 

4,998.11 

2.342.10 

11., 155 64 


28,307.16 
2.406.00 
2.765.26 
9,472.45 

28.544.48 

11,611.02 

1,273.62 

3,194.74 

3,190.69 

2,386.73 

4,092.27 

6,136,20 

146.B99.36 

839.98 

7.755. 16 

6,773.84 

2,079 93 

60.73 

3,903.61 

1,485.14 

2.301.69 

1,150.32 

1,288.42 

1,060.46 

1,827.15 

73.25 

857.59 

7,990.68 

61,820.4! 

Cd)728.89 

2,465.20 
16,324.53 


136.82 


18,697.21 

(c) 3,470.46 

1.236.67 















3,515.93 






1,546 96 




407. OC 


16.55 


18.719.69 
975.47 











844.53 




366.27 
62.28 
15,87 


19,574.83 


Codier 




880.94 


39.25 

36,335.23 


506.33 
4.704.78 


Dade 


556.17 
(a) 14 5. 6' 

410.77 
3,609.71 
1,304.65 


198.617.26 
8.633.41 


Dirie 


1,439.74 




258,661.04 




18,556.44 






349.24 






468.44 
29.71 


3,166.78 






12,539. 18 






3,926.33 








274.04 


Gulf. .«.,. 




1,056.81 








3,852 19 








3.490.49 








1.058.20 




Ml 93. 2' 

655.06 

<a)3,743.9P 




2,237,62 






10,392.55 




157,270.48 




5,133.99 






1,259.98 




943.80 


14,905 61 






1,312.63 






2,144.04 

24,086 20 

543.18 

2,614.66 

1,343.38 

373. 10 

7,691. 11 

16,904.48 

40,750,55 

3,012.30 

89.27 

944.26 

I ,03 1 . 58 

262.54 

73,096.93 

1,938 65 

2,838.97 

1,442.36 

3.792.25 

47,898 31 

12.149.35 

15,922.46 

819.46 

(d)17,.1?l.91 

12,946 68 

20,475.89 

1,752.32 

4,922.08 

S. 832. 80 

1.000.27 

49,934.28 

852.97 

(e}1 .446.88 

2.965.51 






Lake. 




124.80 


35,433.87 


L« 


393.84 


14,075.36 






13,200.12 




413.72 
629.14 




29,715.49 






623.48 






1,762 37 






69.29 

1,698.78 
1.13 


17,282.33 




3.233.29 


25,465.74 




716.64 




1,011.69 
30.07 


152.19 






1.425.60 






3,566.73 




(a) 106.43 




22.31 






75,877.00 






513.22 


Palm Beach. ..... 

Pinellas . ,.,,.».., 


1.750. or 
122.74 


404.82 

"i;«H!96 
t. 774. 34 


1.494.43 
12.634.22 

(r)425.B93.80 

(c) 128.437. 37 

7.356.90 


Polk 


443. sr 

(b) 








18,905.38 








(e)96. 77 






2.906. 18 


6 109.00 






19.400.24 




35.20 


27,348.60 






3,681.91 






130.38 


8,011.26 


Taylor 






Union 


76. 6f 


2,128 54 
259.95 


97.56 
66,909.31 




224.93 




15,613.12 






::::::::::::! 


7 ,649. 08 



fa) Does not *gT« with amount reported under Inventory of Stores and Free Textbooki at dose of 1934—35, 
(b) Amount reported through error at close of 1934-35 in report of county superintendent, 
(r) Does not agree with amoutst reported under Cash on Hand at close of 1934—35. 
fd) Overdraft* 



TT 



~F — 



428 



DEPAHTMEN'T OF Pi 



TABLE 
RECAPIT1 

(I) ALL EXPENDITURES; W INVESTMENTS; (3) 1 



1935-1936 
COUNTIES 



STATE 

Alachua - - 

Baker 

Bay...; 

Bradford 

Brevard. 

Broward- 

Calboun 

Charlotte 

at™>.... 

ci»y 

Colli** 

Columbia 

Dade 

Desk. . " '.'. '■ "■ ■ 

Dusal . 

Escambia 

Flager 

Franklin 

Gadsden 

Gilchrist... 

Glade* 

Gull 

Hamilton 

Hardee 

Hendry 

Hernando 

Highlands. 

Hillsborough 

Holmes 

Indian River. . - • 

Jackson 

Jefferson 

Lafayette 

Lata 

Lee 

Leon 

Lery 

liberty 

Madison 

Manatee 

Marion 

Martin. ,. 
Monroe ........ 

Okaloosa 

Okeechobee 

Orange. 

Osceola 

Palm Beach 

Pasco 

Pinellas 

Polk 

St. Johns.! ".'.'..\ 

St. Lode 

Santa Rosa 

Sarasota... 

Seminole ....... 

Sumter 

Suwannee.. .. . 

Taylor 

Union 

Volusia ,..,,,... 

Wakulla 

Walton 

Washington 

{. I) Overdraft 



CURRENT EXPENSES 



Qauai'aj 

Control 



t 575,436.04 



9,439.30 
3.198.64 
6,607.68 
3,425.39 
8,796. 27 
9,884.83 
3,187.87 
3.545 53 
5, 831.62 
4,11+37 
4,811.47 
3,697.47 

48,033 56 
5, 733. 06 
5, 51*. 43 

41,496. 54 

I?, 846. 39 
2,590.46 
2.727.25 
8.093.86 
2,852.10 
3,268.47 
3,398.22 
4,051.60 
S, 856 35 
3.565.54 
3,161.81 
9,457.33 

46,930.88 
5,518.68 
5,936.10 
8.985.02 
4,562.76 
2,284 21 

11,157.04 

12,398. 16 
8.524. 5B 
6.135.60 
2,343.47 
4.439.23 
8.950 68 
9.812.24 
5.630.05 
7,748.85 
6,220.12 
5,024 10 
2,891.40 

15,404. 10 
4,441.78 

17,660.75 
5.400 95 

18,103.43 

24.463.49 

11,277.89 
5,457.99 
6,826,17 
5,234.81 
9,204.91 
7,605.49 
6,008.64 
6,164.79 
4,060.43 
2.004.90 

15.300.76 
2.399.60 
3,553.50 

6,157.08 



Instruction 



»!2,210.033.60 



* 906,327 80 



235.937.25 
50,146-31 

109,199.96 
60.664.31 

116,877.07 

160,414 12 
62,620 36 
27,982 99 
43,568.47 
42,608.51 
24.447 03 

103,720 03 

1,505,900 99 

61,518.49 

42,710.33 

1,226,100.15 

371,058.72 
17,997.00 
38.924.99 

168.56! 25 
27.389 59 
24,647.13 
21,776 99 
57,709 13 
74.590.36 
33,615 55 
45,951 64 
84.965 02 
1,405,043 50 

111,696 79 
59,665 14 

209.675 56 
66.493 65 
34,050 10 

238,648.7 

123.769.89 

226,902 63 

88.566 81 
39,901 89 
88,251.92 

208.283.34 

211,504 46 

32,589 56 

80.081 08 

64,275.27 

83,928 25 

29,474 03 

460,601 53 

66.642 16 

462,292.26 

102.424 04 

622,300 57 

639,406 12 

104,805.25 

103,624 52 

72,156 53 

110,207 28 

105 ,889 65 

154,581 B0 

80.309.84 

117,817 62 

78,258 48 

26.567 33 
440,360 92 

34,787 83 

100,652 30 

81.941.05 



Operation 



t 647,274.31 



11.578.74 

2,540.83 

5,427.06 

5,099.07 

10,798.42 

15,033.57 

1,313.28 

1.884 87 

2,749.56 

2,044-31 

1,473.94 

6,220.70 

101,718.49 

3,007.93 

2.068.45 

105,095.07 

30.445.09 

963.11 

4,207.39 

11,405.29 

1,143.91 

1,246.31 

1,795.56 

2,855.39 

1,918. 12 

2,594.85 

2,162,40 

4,820.98 

114,052.91 

4,997.17 

4.562,63 

6.987.84 

3,555.54 

884.50 

20.692.88 

13,486.72 

12,166.70 

3,386.20 

2,429.42 

3,368.79 

13,533.12 

10,874.37 

2,760,94 

7,207.88 

3,723.92 

2,947.84 

1,587.11 

37 ,426, 96 

7,841.32 

45.784,60 

6,337.51 

49,006.67 

51,716.73 

6.724.32 

10.281.50 

4,123.06 

4,121.20 

I 1,884.39 

15,769.69 

3,232. 14 

3,930.14 

2,576.17 

1,613.55 

58,242.14 

1,432.22 

4,010.06 

3,451.86 



Main. 



f 1,695.611.95 



6.849.24 

876.09 
1 910.57 

891.36 
3,786.25 
28.052.94 
1,755.05 
2,543.52 
3,400.10 

704.37 

2,059.44 

3,738-75 

123,847 51 

791.05 

3,703.89 

71,245.96 

16,407,57 

504 18 

974.36 
4,382.59 

495.64 
1,180.13 

602.00 

527.48 

927.55 
I ,633. 82 

705.46 

2,240. 17 

67,512.79 

758.96 
2,603.24 
1,992.02 
1,909.27 
1,315.65 
8,897 57 
6,017,44 
6,442.29 
2.742.05 

790, 24 
2,872.42 
13,607.73 
5,616.64 

688.86 
3,028.82 
2,782.52 
1,727.86 

728.18 
22,724.27 

835.46 

83,267.16 

4,509.61 

21,371.63 

22.090.10 

8,113.50 

2,939.71 

945.80 
4,121.91 
12.478-53 
6,064 35 
3.120.64 
5,739.85 
1,716.66 
1,090.03 
22.214.59 

526.09 
2.862.08 
1,770.55 



Auxiliary 
Agencies 



47,651.92 

13,630.92 

9,685.21 
22,691.37 
33,169.78 
17,710.67 
10,680.84 

6,394.62 
15.699.00 
14,908.71 

9,660.55 

17,753.30 

103,163 34 

8,576.69 

11,066.51 

107,025,95 

37,051.84 

6,760.04 
12,197.95 
25,643.88 

8,223,36 

5.371.42 

2,096.00 
12.530.80 
17,403.59 

4,139.04 

9,073.04 
16,161.39 
96.153.20 
23.835.11 
12,738.24 
40.111.01 
23,347.61 
10,857,01 
37,331.04 
18,198.89 
22,938,71 
22,421.81 

9,368.18 
19,393.10 
22,493.21 
53 ,902 , 79 

8,151 .67 

5,632.21 
28,605.38 
20,365.31 

3,947,84 
82,199.44 

9,133,55 
40,670.53 
24.751.89 
28,013.75 
109.283.86 
18,292,45 
26,920.50 
13,792.14 
31,223.25 
11,444.23 
41,924.92 
13,794.28 
24.021.48 
24,569.94 

9,801.09 
53,431.98 
14,415.10 
17,789.23 
14,022.29 



Fiied 
Charges 



* 407.530.75 (16,442.414.45 t 



6,572. 15 
676.67 
1,331.1 
1.916.39 

2. 977. or 

8,431.83 

654. 10 
1,452.61 
1.820.47 
1.998.98 

799.3! 

1.205 50 

70,497.43 

1.014.16 

1,525.76 

24,373. 17 

11.583.24 

122.00 

1,414 76 

3,865.82 

91.81 

1,138,82 

587.91 
1.728.88 

697.10 

567.42 

846.80 
4,045 .8(1 
34.371.21 
2.397.28 
2.544 63 
4,728,26 
2.143 44 

738.3 
9,186.55 
12.061.09 
6,365.84 
2,150.07 

447.29 
4,163 24 
6,627.58 
6,620.94 
1,396.64 
1,304.15 
I ,888 55 
2.982 26 

732.59 
15.741.94 
1,368.72 
40,281.74 
2.488.06 
9.835.75 
19,752.41 
3,096.50 
7,208.54 
2,280.78 
2,970.65 
9,895.31 
7,766.03, 
1,741.76 
5,404.07 
1,353.11 

690. 24 

13,238.22 

1,254.01 

1,072.75 

1,101.17 



TOTAL 
CURRENT 
EXPENSES 



318 

71 

134 

96 

176 

239 

80 

43 

73 

66 

43 

136 

1,953 

80 

66 

1.575 

479 

28 

60 

223 

40 

36 

30 

79 

101 

46 

61 

121 

1,764 

149 

88 

272 

102 

50 

325 

185 

283 

125 

55 

122 

273 

298 

51 

105 

107 

116 

39 

634 

90 

689 

145 

748 

866 

152 

156 

100 

157 

160 

233 

108 

163 

112 

41 

602 

54 

131 

108 



,0.28.00 
069 46 
,361.59 
.688.09 
,404.86 
,527.96 
,411.50 
,804. 14 
,069.22 
,379.45 
,251.74 
,335.75 
,161 32 
,641.38 
,589.37 
,338 84 
,392.85 
,936.79 
.446.70 
,952.69 
,196.41 
.852.48 
,256.68 
,403.28 
,393.07 
,116.22 
.901.15 
,690 69 
,064 49 
,203.99 
,050 18 
.479.71 
,012,27 
,129.78 
,913 79 
,932. 19 
,340,75 
,402.54 
.282.49 
.708 70 
,495.66 
.331 44 
.217.72 
,002 99 
,495 76 
,975.62 
,361.15 
,098.24 
,262 99 
,957 . 04 
,912.06 
,633.80 
,712.71 
,309.91 
432.76 
124.48 
879, 10 
797.02 
712.28 
,207.30 
,077.95 
,534.79 
,769. 14 
,788.6 
,814.85 
,941 92 
,444.00 



PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 



ILE XVIII 

"ITULATION 

3) INVENTORIES (4) CASH ON HAND JUNB 30. 1936 



~K 



CAPITAL 
OUTUV 



DBBT 
SERVICE 



TOTAL 
EXPENDI- 
TURES 



INVEST- 
MENTS 



INVEN- 
TORIES 



CASH ON 

HAND 

JUNE 30, 

1936 



Total Expendi- 
tures. In vest- 
ments, I even - 
Tories, and 
Cash on Hand 
June 30. 1936 



1935-1936 
COUNTIES 



15|f I ,439,344- I 

22,933,85 

1.979.34 

609,83 

2,499.08 

1,223.33 

6,295.90 

370.90 

1,840.73 

13.460.77 

1,234.09 

16,713.05 

1,916.40 

633,940.05 

580.45 

11,113.63 

22,445.30 

35,706.22 

1,554.85 

4,703.59 

12.742.74 

1,240 88 

995 71 

790.20 

1.831.04 

394 86 

874. 38 

1,844. 11 

16,809.77 

29,144.84 

1,203.94 

396.45 

8,824.71 

6,242.29 

165 81 

7,935 95 

1,742 55 

119.902.72 

57,717.26 

5,841.58 

2,661.47 

8,403.24 

63,602.09 

5,038 26 

889.42 

51,183.39 

6,623.16 

20.85 

105,221.03 

2,296.47 

57,333,34 

8. 010. 59 

754.00 

12,757.17 

11,410.67 

1,614.72 

5,427. II 

1,938.83 

11,751.75 

8,832.67 

1.550.50 

1,319.57 

6,880.00 

24,68 

15,539.61 

5,306.37 

4.131.78 

49.00 



% 4 ,889 , 238. 12 (22 , 790,996 68 $ 24 , 355 . 00 



% 78,683 46 



* 5,057,412.90 (27,951.648.04 



. STATE 



93.901.5 

8,905.63 

5,004.99 
13,833.12 
39,405.90 
61,429.75 

7,298.90 

7,946.42 
26,475.22 

4.046.62 

826.96 

28,887.39 

633,717 68 

5,365. 18 

3,045.67 

482,674 26 

86,516 41 

1,507.60 

15.898.46 

33,268.77 

12,997,48 

943.86 

4,846.87 
17,385.25 

3 .073, 77 
II , 100.80 

9,072,07 
39,716.99 
525,577,64 
35,339,45 
17,948.81 
61,825.92 

5,105.00 
12,531.37 
65,313,43 
105,548. 19 
63.892.01 
36,174.70 

3,155.44 
20.019.1 
42.672 10 
45,132.47 

4,570,83 
10,861 34 
26,390 93 

9,292.64 

178.69 

224,426.71 

17,263.78 

181,791.96 

28.489. 14 

765,554.42 

423,955.38 

50,082.01 

33,914,30 

16,538.98 

26,021.26 

34.479.06 

75,907,51 

15,038.59 

28,319. II 

25,966.99 

12,377-07 

146,193.43 

2,356.37 
20,045.60 

9,890.83 



434 
81 
139 
113, 

217 

307 

88 

53 

113 

21 

60 

167 

3,220 

86 

80 

2,080 

601 

31 

81 

269 

54 

38 

35 

98 

104 

58 

72 

178 

2.318 

185 

106 

343 

113 

62 

399 

293 

467 

219 

64 

145 

324 

407 

60 

116 

185 

132 

39 

963 

109 

929 

182 

1,514 

1 ,303 

213 

191 

122 

185 

207 

318 

124 

192 

145 

54 

764 

63 

156 

118 



865 

954. 

976 

020 

n.H 

253 

<)8[ 
59! 
005 
660 
791 
139 
819 
587. 
748 
458 
615 
999 
048 
964 
434 
792 
89 3 
619 
863 
091 
817 
217 
786 
747 
395 
130 
359 
826 
163 
222 
135 
294 
279 
389 
573 
066 
826 
753 
070 
896 
560 
745 
823 
082 
411 
942 
425 
802 
961 
090 
839 
027 
452 
796 
716 
,381 
170 
521 
477 
119 
,383 



2.200.00 



1,950 00 



100 00 



3.000.00 



17,305,00 



325.00 
1,881.88 



1.049.39 

"S4!72 
520.10 
212.70 
164.16 

19,7i6!26 

727.37 

540.31 

4,535.17 

3,089 98 



2.543.25 



227.8 
500 00 
15,808.82 



2,469 26 



2,862.18 



1.713.13 



272 61 
4,456 95 



1,867.16 
1,158.19 



306.31 



5,323.34 
1,263.28 



3,243.91 



821.99 
84.16 



321.37 
594.' 30 



126.646. 

26,439. 

7,178. 

6,313. 

42,803. 

110,420. 

9,856. 

17 ,993. 

28,484. 

18,668 

26 ,747. 

1.1.9 IS. 

1,208,141. 

10,689. 

16,570. 

497 , 160. 

8ft, 9 I 5 

17,569. 

21.604. 

49,093. 

13.508. 

9,488. 

5.854. 

25.850. 

5,453. 

1.428. 

9,326. 

16,944. 

424,150 

3.073 

14,510. 

116,406 

64,288. 

3,063. 

184,598. 

14.046. 

39,778. 

28,869. 

8.454. 

51,463. 

76,288, 

132.182. 

5.389. 

19,208. 

21,473. 

33.488. 

6,454. 

248,660. 

7,319. 

36,568. 

12,695. 

65,522. 

274,751. 

65,774. 

72,496. 

6,274, 

(1)22.433. 

114,953. 

. 94.454. 

24,501, 

22,006. 

26,657. 

12,722. 

209,642. 

20,146, 

24.720. 

39,334 



69 

30 

12 

17 

82 

48 

13 

03 

56 

37 

07 

24 

53 4 

68 

47 

92 2 

44 

24 

03 

17 

55 

64 

63 

77 

8? 

45 

31 

04 

08 2 

35 

93 

39 

93 

06 

60 

14 

37 

87 

5 s 

65 

92 

72 

74 

18 

65 

15 

13 

15 I 

43 

49 

97 

18 I 

08 1 

74 

14 

48 

.18 

60 

86 

72 

74 

20 

34 

60 

89 

67 

47 



561,512 

106.718 
149,036 

119,335 
259,838 
418.723 

97 .937 

71,669 
142,009 

90,54! 

87,702 
201.057 
,448,670 

98.004 

97,859 
.582,154 
691.620 

49,566 
102,652 
319.057 

67 ,943 

48.280 

41,748 
124.470 
115,062 

59.519 

82.371 
197,611 
,758.745 
188.820 
120,906 
462.005 
177.648 

65,690 
583,761 
3)0,131 
506,913 
249,877 

72,734 
196.653 
401,134 
543.705 

66,216 
137.629 
207.701 
166.484 

46.014 
,212,712 
117,342 
970.976 
196.571 
,580,464 
,581,422 
279,577 
267 ,457 
128,365 
163,385 
322,803 
412,991 
149,298 
214,723 
174,036 

67.214 
991,469 

84.216 
180,839 
157.718 



Alachua . 

Baker ... 

Bay 

Bradford . 

Brevard. . 

Broward . 
43 Calhoun . . 
04 Charlotte . 

Citrus 

Clay 

Collier 



78 Columbia 



Dad*. 

De Soto. , 

Dixie 

Duval . . . , 
90i Escambia. 

48 Flagler . . . 
78 Franklin . . 
37 Gadsden. 
32 Gilchrist 

Glades, .. 

Golf 

Hamilton . 

Hardee. .. 
85 Hendry... 
45 Hernando. 

49 Highlands 
87 Hillsborough 
7 3| Holmes 

Indian Rjv 

Jackson . . 
49 Jefferson . 
02 Lalayeue 
— Lake 

lee 

Leon 



SO Levy 

06 Liberty , . 
13 Madison. 
53 Manatee, 

Marion. . 

Martin- . 

091 Monroe . 

92 Nassau.. 
Okaloosa 

82 Okeechobee 
44 Orange. 

Osceola 

Palm Beach, 



67 
13 

04 

40 Pinellas . 
25 Polk 
33 Putnam 
92 St. Johns 
05 St Lucie 
81 Santa Rosa 
42 Sarasota , - 
48 



Seminole 
Sumler. ,. 
Suwannee. 
.98 Taylor.... 

60 Union 

Volusia . . . 
Wakulla . . 
Walton. . . 
Washington 



TABLE XIX 

CURRENT EXPENSES— BOTH RACES 
PART 1— GENERAL CONTROL 





GENERAL CONTROL 


1935-1936 

COUNTIES 


TOTAL 
GENERAL 
CONTROL 


Salary of 
Superin- 
tendent 


Traveling; 
Expenses 
of Superin- 
tendent 


Salaries of 
Bookkeepers 

and 
Office Help 


Salaries or 

Per Diem of 

School 

Members 


Mileage of 

School 

Bowed 

Members 


Friating 

and 

Duplicating 


Attorney*' 

Salaries or 

Pees 


f ncidentals 
of Board 

and 
Superin- 
tendent 


Exami- 
nation 
Expenses 


Handling 
Free 

Teaibooks 


Office 
Furniture 

and 
Equipment 


Total Stztt 


$575,436.04 


f 199, 355. 72 


$ 17,314.90 


$156,115.83 


$ 61,231.12 


$ 10,264.71 


$ 15,074.72 


$ 30,483.03 


$ 54,520.09 


t 3,680.27 


$ 15,908.76 


$ 11,486.89 


Alachua 

Baker 


9,439.30 
3,198.64 
6,607.68 
5,425.39 
8,796.27 
9,884.83 
308J.87 
•3, 545. 53 
5,831.62 
4,114.37 
4,811.47 
3,697.47 
48,033.56 
5,733.06 
5.514.43 
41,496.54 
12 ,846. 39 
2,590,46 
2,727,23 
8,093.86 
2,852.10 
3,268.47 
3,398,22 
4,051.60 
5,856.35 
3.565.54 
3,161.81 
9,457.33 


3,600.00 
2,075.00 
2,375.00 
2,603.39 
3,600 00 
3,600.00 
1,945.00 
2,400.00 
2,100,00 
2.100.00 
3.000.00 
2,100.00 
6.000.0Q 
2 ,950. 00 
2,400.00 
6,000,00 
6,000 mi 
1,800.00 
1,800.00 
3,999.96 
1,798.40 
2,000.00 
2,100,00 
2,100.00 
2,400.00 
2,400.00 
2,100.00 
3,600.00 


575.00 

12.00 

17.53 

160.00 

53.10 

300,73 

110.00 

J 3O0 00 

356.77 

130.00 

197.80 

300.00 

/ 

43.16 
297.13 


3,206.00 

25.00 

699.53 

914.00 

1,890,00 

1,650.00 

'•/' "i66!66 

890.00 
520.00 
307.00 
565.00 

24,814.57 
970.00 
654,64 

22,948.37 

1 ,872. 25 

178.00 

1,250.00 
74.50 


204.00 102.40 
564,25 221.65 
340.00 32.00 
386.00 366.68 

1,800,00 

1,800.00 126.00 
504.00 246.40 
•S 220. 00«/ 24.10 
900.00 179.60 
900.00 156.40 
268.00 448.50 
265.00 139.40 
- 3,600.00^, 

1,101.00 47.45 
900.00 110.50 


228 92 
50,46 
91.85 

230.82 
20.00 

298.86 
, 53.00 


420,00 


614.08 

226.61 

1,991 69 

337.25 

1,078.87 

726.41 

132.47 

482.43 

680.36 

136.72 

342. 17 

288.82 

> 3,921. 17 

273.60 

144.81 

8,433 41 

1,063.26 

229.76 

206.93 

616 55 

369.40 

236.27 

73,71 

1.20 

275.54 

138.04 

89.37 

798.90 


55.75 

15.00 

53.80 

60.00 

4,00: 

. 10.00 

/ 73 00 

"isioo 

31.00 

23.25 
/ 49.83 

45.00 
51.00 
135.00 
66.00 


408. 25 
3.50 

14.15 

28.10 
45.00 

ISVOO 
5.00 
3.50 

16.00 

- 1,887.50 

30 63 

600.00 

619,94 

320.90 


24 'JO 
5.17 


Bay 

Bradford 


939. 10 
200.00 
300.00 
1,181.56 
122.00 


♦7.18 
133. 10 
22.20 




146.25 
/ 


Citrus. 


374. 89 
105.00 
63.00 


330.00 

1.50 

180.00 




Clay : 


30.25 


Collier. 




Dade 

DeSotO 


1.967.17 

49.40 

323.83 


'</ 4,728.67 
100.00 

2,400.00 
600.00 

isioo 

62.00 


1,064.65 

122.82 


Dhde 


32.50 

939.82 


Escambia ....... 


1,800.00 
236.00 
176.00 
900.00 
240.00 
900.00 
136.00 
244.00 

1. 020. 00 
900.00 
244.00 

1,320.00 


155.40 
89.60 
106.40 
114.60 
98.00 

114.55 
173.60 

""ssiso 

258.57 


896.58 

57.10 

85,27 

82.30 

102.00 

113.20 

749.11 

274.73 

141.50 

121.50 

174.12 

68.40 


70.00 


Franklin 

Gadsden 

Gilchrist 

C11H . , . 

Hardee 

Hernando 

Highlands 


316.65 
850.00 


36.00 
96.50 
30.00 
8.00 
21.00 
60.00 






128.00 

6.35 

11,00 

5.25 

342.25 

49.81 


40.95 

71.45 


52.27 
300.00 


15,00 

410,00 

1,369.50 


* i&'M 

300.00 

150.00 
40.00 


111.33 

288.72 

6.00 


771.00 


328.00 
2,455.69 




3.62 

44.87 


13.90 


99.90 





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n 

I 



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50 



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270.00( 

143.00 
23.00 

120.00 
76.00 
63.00 
13.16 
47. SO/ 
60.96 
52. 00 
6.25 
37.00 

142.13 . 
71 . W 
22. 88 . 



3,673 78 




121.75 




SO. 00 




69.66 




25 00 








74.83 




376.54 




241.17 








2000 


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....*.. 




195.60 




I9S.4S 




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30 00 




233.28 , 


H 


252.23 


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i92.20>/ 


> 


41.73 




39.46 


H 


42.63 




42.01 


r. 


36.83 




40.00 


i. 



urn S3 

106.24 




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b 



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TABLE XIX 

CURRENT EXPENSES— Continued 
PART 2— INSTRUCTION 



to 



a 

H 
9 



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1-1 

o 

Hi 

9 

H 

M 

d 

Q 

n 

M 

O 

3 



Total Stair 



INSTRUCTION FOR BOTH RACE3 



TOTAL 

INSTRUC- 
TION 



(Both Races) 



J12.2IQ.033.60 



SALARIES OP SUPERVISORS, PRINCIPALS, AND TEACHERS 



Total Salaries 
Paid Super- 
vision, Prin- 
cipals, and 

Teacheri 
(Both Races) 



Salaries Paid 

Supervisors, 

Principals, 

and Teachers 

(White) 



(11,222,972.39 J9, 795. g79 98 



Salaries Paid 

Supervisors, 

Pirnripats, 

and Teachers 

(Negro) 



Jl, 426, 992, 41 



Salaries of 

Supervisors 

(Both 

Races) 



$18,652 19 



J722.4l3.ol 



Salaries of 

Pri uci p ils 

(Both 

Races) 



Salaries of 
Teachers and 

Librarians 
(Both Races) 



Jin. 45 1, 930. S9 



J 1, 693. 14 



OTHER EXPENSES OF INSTRUCTION 



Expenses 

of 
Teachers' 
Meetingi 



Free 

Textbooks 
Furnished 

« b * 
County 



J7 ,683.81 



Fret 

Textbook* 

Furnished 

by 

State 



(769,726.87 



Library 

Upkeep 
and 

BqMDM 



112.749.43 



J 1 78, 487,84 



Classroom 
Supplies 

and 
Eipeuse 



Tuition 

County 

Ltue 

Pupils 



116,720.12 



23S, 937.25 
50,146.31 

109,199.96 
60,664.51 

116,877.07 

160,414.12 
62.620.36 
27,982 99 
43.368 47 
42,608.5! 
24,447.03 

103,720.03 

1,505,900 99 

61,318.49 

42.710.33 

1.226.100.15 

37l.0H8.72 
17,997.00 
38,924.99 

168,561.25 
27,389.59 
24,647.13 
21.776.99 
37,709.13 
74,590.36 



214,393 
46,819 

100,967 
56,524 

107,310 

144,677 
57,856 
25,878 
40,000 
39,252 
22,763 
94,912 
1,370,080 
56,619 
38,878 
1,128,221 

342,053 
16,524 
34,421 

155,555 
22,811 
20,506 
20,505 
52,761 
67,533 



165 
41 
93 

50 

87 

126 

i 52 

y 22 

35 
33 

A, 239 
50 



34 

973 
293 
13 
27 
105 
21 
19 
18 
47 
65 



386.64 
.880 66 
,578 39 
727.69 
882 06 
167.33 
387.12 
S88.45 
520.00 
897 . 86 
268.82 
076.65 
,087 73 
,917.66 
,166.75 
,639 " 
.271,86 
924.33 
617.45 
950,41 
761.40 
556.57 
257.62 
,448.81 
195.22 



49,007, 
4.939 

7.388 
5,796 

19,428 

18,509 
5,469 
3,190 
4,480. 
3,445. 
1,495. 

20,836 

110,992 

5.701 

4,711, 

154.582 

43,781. 
2,693, 
6,8.11 

49.695. 
1,080. 
919 
2,217. 
5,312 
2,338, 



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50 
73 
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970.03 



150.00 



21,835.00 
2.992,00 
7.530.23 
2,215.00 
7,087.50 
9,106.00 



2,140.00 
3,360.00 
5,480.00 



6,540.00 



14,107.00 
9*3. 0J 



3.458.00 
77,457.71 

3,291 24 

3,825.00 
8), 791. 90 
24.582,61 

1.440.00 



21.40 



10.225,00 
2.900.00 
2,249.82 



5,806.50 
2,173,50 



191, 
43. 
93. 
54. 

100 

135. 
37, 
23 
36. 
33, 
22 
91, 
1,286, 
S3. 
35, 
1,028 

316 
15, 
34, 

145, 
19 
18, 
20, 
46, 
65, 



<8S BM 

827.66 

437 . 03 

309.5 

223.12 

421.39 

856.87 

738.45 

640.00 

772.86 

763 82 

454.65 

082.29 

326. 00 

053.23 

322.51 

570.96 

084, 33 

421.45 

330.91 

920-03 

2.56.22 

505. 12 

955.06 

359.72 



34.26 
'io! 00 



525.48 
34.53 



41.82 



499 33 



7.47 

31.52 

96.47 

541.27 

65.00 
103.02 



125,03 



25.09 
90.03 



20.00 



/ 



7 
^91 



614.64 
493.27 



47.95 



154.92 



19,766.95 
2,804.45 
5,806.55 
3,636.89 
6,853.76 

11,105.32 
4.604.86 
1,501,27 
2.308.07 
rill 19 
611.83 
141.50 
190.40 
4; 493. 38 
1.623.88 

75,382.91 

21,717.2) 
1.014. II 
3.631.88 

11,633.29 
2,477.48 
1,067.10 
877.79 
4.812.41 
6,807,62 



145 

13. 

190. 



274 
211. 



780. 

473 
2,226 

503. 
2,438. 
1,420 



291.11 



22. 
80. 
162. 
65. 



1,080. 
14. 
204. 
396. 
557. 
357. 
35. 
100. 
253. 



BJ 



75 



405, 

847. 

485. 

433, 
. 1,600. 
/ 36, 379, 

391. 

1,264 

21.0(11 

2,730. 

101, 

544. 
1,182. 

313. 

494. 

213. 

135. 

219, 



/ 138.63 / 
/ 168. 00*/ 



300.00 



\S-J 



3,569. 00 •/ 



219.00 

,*•. 

1,503.76 
2,379.5* 



Hendry 


33,615.53 


Hernando. . . 


45,951,64 


Highlands . . . 
Hillsborough. 


84.965,02 


1,405,043.50 


Holmes 


111,696.79 


IndianR i ver . 


59,665.14 


Jackson 

Jefferson .... 


209,675.56 


66,493.65 


Lafayette. . . . 


34,050.10 


Lake 


238,648.71 


Lee 


123,769.89 


Leon 


226,902.63 




88,566.81 


Liberty 


39,901.89 


Madison , . . 


88,251.92 


Manatee .... 


208.283.3-1 


Marion 


211,504.46 




32,589. Jo 


Monroe 


80,081.08 


Nassau 


64,275 27 


Okaloosa ... 


83,928.2.' 


Okeechobee . . 


29,474.0.1 




460,601.33 


Osceola 


66,642.16 


Palm Beach. . 


462,292.26 


Pasco 


102,424.0s 


Pinellas 


622,300,37 


Polk 


639,406.12 


Putnam . 


104,805.21 


St. Johns 


103,624.52 


St. Lucie 


72.156.53 


Santa Rosa. . 


110.207.28 




105 .389.6.' 


Seminole .... 


154,581.80 




SO, 309 84 


Suwannee. . . , 


117,817.62 


Taylor 


78,258.48 




26,567.33 




440.360 92 


Wakulla 


34.787.83 




100,652.30 


Washington. 


81.941.0! 



30,935 

42,623 

79,893 

1,315,168 

100,273 
54,529 

189,764 
60,334 
30,781 

219,731 

116,362 

205,817 
84,027 
36,685 
79,166 

192,774 

197,611 
30,315 
73,669 
59,752 
26, 192 
27,134 

427,805 
60,618 

430,038 
92,340 

377,174 

587 .679 
94,003 
93,156 
66.432 

101.836 
94 . 285 

141 .680 
73,595 

106,509 
7 1.908 
23.413 

403,389 
31,917 
91,171 
72.658 



y 



29,730.54 
37.390,75 
72,562.17 
,209.280.11 
98,230.74 
48,152.34 
149.945.90 
40,940.74 
29.579.44 
191.281.78 
105,464.53 
134,230.06 
71,530.76 
30.533.63 
56,024.53 
168,164.47 
146,468.56 
23,954.20 
62,511.51 
48,180 50 
72,252.88 
24,946.00 
381.768 20 
53,260 38 
378'. 07 7. 25 
84,385.25 
523,078.35 
536,717.77 
75,766.09 
70,935.10 
54,405.68 
94,736.67 
85,850.47 
110,078.00 
64.013.42 
90. 980. 80 
65,087.30 
20,966.00 
542,00a 40 
26,345 00 
80,425.96 
61.970.95 



1,205 

5,232 

7,333 
105 .888 

2,042 

6,377 
39, SIS 
19,393 

1.201 
28.449 
10,897 
71.587 
12.496 

6.151 
23.142 
24.610 
51.143 

6,360 
11,158 
11.571 

3,939 

2,188 
46.037 

7,338 
51,961 

7,955 
54,095 
50.912 
18,237 
22.221 
12,026 

7,099 

8.434 
31,602 

9,580 
15.529 

6.821 

2,447 
60,783 

5,572 
10,745 

8. 687 



11,298.10 



2,371,00 



2,108.76 

2,241.40 

800.00 



2,440.00 



600.00 

Wsti.bs 



1,837.50 



450.00 



2,375. 00 

6,482.50 
78,067.46 



13,150.00 
4,469.75 
1,900.88 

18,088.50 



9,240.00 
7,120.00 
3.445.66 
5,664.00 
7,500.00 
11,250.00 



6,090 84 

10,353.50 

5.200.31 

1,583.25 

39,611.90 

4,490.00 

26,460.00 

8.565.00 

35,49600 

41,460.00 

11,072.50 

8,568.81 

4,935.70 

4,677.78 

4,747.00 

10.475.00 

5,011 00 

2,470.00 

3,500 00 

1,480.00 

25,942.50 

2,250.00 

2,485.72 

1,584.00 



30,935 

40,248 

73,413. 

1,225,803 

100,273. 
52.158. 

176.614 
55.864 
28,880 

201,642 

114,253 

194,336 
76,107 
33,239 
73.502 

185,274 

186,361 
30,315 
67,579 
49.198 
70,991 
25,550 

387,994 
56,128 

401,138 
B3.77S. 

541,678. 

545,569 
82,930. 
84.587. 
59,679 
97,158 
89,538. 

129,368. 
68 584 

104,039 
68,408. 
21,933 

377,447. 
29.217 
88,685. 
71,074, 



10.00 



35.00 



10.00 



150.00 



50.00 



59.25 



149.51 



30.00 
*99!97 



5.00 

54 mi 



10.00 
25.00 



lift Oil 
30 00 



70.53 

37.27 

291.98 



41.78 
' 166*33 

"2o!66^ 



2.40 
100.00 



329.41 



1,748.58 
329.42 
386.05 



56.06 
724.28 

167.90 



46 IIS 



6.40 
419.09 



1,881.43 
2.983.69 
4,327.51 

68. 589.45 
9.063.73 
3. 880.59 

17,754.78 
5,478.46 
2,210.70 

13,895.88 
5.387.02 

16,161.84 
3,742.35 
2,790.72 
8,552.49 

12,086.89 

13,011.79 
1,717.56 
5,618.87 
3,232.25 
7,486.82 
2,127.57 

24,431.43 
5,133.42 

26,585.66 
5,842.12 

41,292.88 

39,333.68 
S, 298, 65 
8,960.14 
5,307.02 
7,332.71 
5,681.21 
9.803.97 
6,240.19 
7,961.10 
5,247.03 
3,001.8 

26,384.25 
2,638.74 
7,311.87 
8,274 42 



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73 



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142 

6. 

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15 



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1,250. 
651, 



432.42 


49.34 


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22.77 



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224 

100 
107 
147 



1,423. 
231 

247. 
202. 



Til. 
217. 
684. 

19,351. 
2,286. 
1,254. 
1,722. 

589, 

857. 

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/ 1,896, 

4,630. 

f 764. 

375. 

522. 
3,227. 

803. 

456 

642. 
1,290. 

ZW. 

204. 
5,939. 

845. 
2.669. 
3,230. 
3,445 
7,783. 
2,454. 
1,460. 

394. 
1,032. 
4,220 
2, 146. 

195. 
3,214. 

955 

152 
9,117. 



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901. 



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1,584. 
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434, 



DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 



TABLE XIX 

CURRENT EXPENSES— Continued 
PARTS 3 AND 4— OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE 



1935-1936 
COUNTIES 



OPERATION BOTH RACES 



TOTAL 
OPERA- 
TION 
COUNTY 

AND 
DISTRICT 



WB£*3 Of 

TMlfflMW 

County and 
District 



Fuel, Water, 

Light. 

Power 
Telephone 
County and 

District 



Janitor Sup- 
plies. And 

Other 

Operating 

Expenses 

County and 

District 



MAINTENANCE BOTH RACES 



TOTAL 
MAIN- 
TENANCE 
COUNTY 

AND 
DISTRICT 



Repairs, 

Replace- 
ments, and 
Other 

Upkeep 
County and 

District 



Repairs, 

Replace* 

meats, and 

Other 

Upkeep 

Bond 

Fundn 



Total State . 



S906.527.SO 



8473.832. 68 



$270,217.99 



$162,477. 13 $647,274.3! 



$647,244.60 



29.71 



11,578.74 

2,540.83 

5,427.06 

3,099.07 

10,798.42 

15.033.57 

1,513.28 

1,884. 87 

2,749,56 

2,044.31 

1,473.94 

6,220,70 

101,718.49 

3,007.93 

2,068.45 

105,095,07 

30,445.09 

963.1 

4.207.39 

11,405.29 

1,14.1.93 

1,246.51 

1.795.56 

2,855,39 

1,918. 12 

2,594.85 

2,162.40 

4,820.98 

114,052.91 

4,997, 17 

4,562. 83 

6,987,84 

3,555.54 

884.50 

20,692.88 

13,486.72 

12,166.70 

3,386.20 

2,429.42 

3,368.79 

13,533.12 

10.874.37 

2.760.94 

7,207.88 

3,723.92 

2,947.84 

1.587.1 

37,426,96 

7.841.32 

45,784.60 

6,337.51 

49,006.67 

51,716.73 

6,724.32 

10,281.50 

4,123.06 

4,121.20 

11,884.39 

15,769.69 

3,232.14 

3,930.14 

2,576.17 

1,615.55 

58.242. 14 

1 ,432. 22 

4,010.06 

3,451.86 



I. 



5.167 

770 

2.264 

2.052 

5,894 

9,614 

644 

999 

1,231, 

711 

721 

2,059 

69,615 

1,829 

1,064 

46,520 

12,513 

580 

2,288 

4,405 

432 

456 

782 

788 

,261 

1,755 

1,114 

2,417 

69,018 

728 

2,993 

2,796 

1,608 

380 

8,746 

8,73) 

5,783 

1,976 

997 

717 

6,859 

5.197 

1,448 

5,304 

1,846 

1.053 

900 

16.831 

3.235 

26,685 

3,688 

26,593 

22,718 

2,925 

5,578 

3,271 

1,614 

7,219 

7,278 

1,738. 

2,000. 

1,279. 

932 

29,710 

870 

1,381 

1,238 



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53 
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65 

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17 

15 

3,057.44 

19 

Hi 

36 
33 
54 
69 
36 
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1.5 
66 
14 
11 
83 
71 
13 
73 
SI 
98 
73 
60 
76 
47 
36 
74 
97 

74 
43 

60 
19 
26 
45 
22 
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022. 
985, 
388. 
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074, 
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452. 
534. 
781 
565 
286. 

157. 
521. 
766. 
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188 
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441. 
188. 
360 
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192. 
672. 
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082. 
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885 
057 
893 
335 

8 OK 

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409 
355. 
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306. 
050 
692 
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076. 
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796. 



y 



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794 

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996 
433 

,993 
562 

,198 
809 



3,388. 

784. 
1,773. 
1,731. 
1.829 
2,468 

415. 

350 

736 

767. 

465 
2,594 
5,946 

657. 

237. 
14,255 
6.576. 

194 

516. 
4.038. 

270. 

601. 

651, 

968 

601. 

647. 

375. 

1,127 

10,95! 

1.956 

684 
1,134 
1,053 

167 
6,133 
2,431. 
1,548 

360. 
1 ,023 
1.296 
3,716. 
2,370. 

262 

211. 

629. 

768. 

241. 
5,564. 
3,243 
7,588 

869, 

2,336. 

18,997. 

2.050. 

1,616. 

619. 

709. 
2,121. 
3,576. 

699. 

640. 

300. 

250. 
15,538, 



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3 
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22 

83 

4 

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22 
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4 
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6 
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1 
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22 

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849.24 
876.09 
910 57 
891.36 
,786.25 
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,755.05 
,543.52 
,400. 10 
704,5 
,059.44 
,738.75 
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791.05 
,703.89 
,245,96 
,407,57 
504.18 
974.36 
,382.59 
495,64 
,180. 13 
602.00 
527.48 
927.55 
,633.82 
705.46 
.240.1 
,512,79 
758.96 
,603. 24 
,992.02 
,909. 27 
,315.65 
897.57 
,017. 
,442.29 
742. 05 
790.24 
,872,42 
.607.73 
616.64 
688.86 
,028.82 
,782.52 
727.86 
728, 18 
724.27 
835.46 
267.16 
509.61 
371.63 
090. 10 
113.30 
939.71 
945.80 
121.9! 
478.53 
064.35 
120.64 
739. 85 
716,66 
090.03 
214,59 
526.09 
862. 08 
770.55 



6,849, 

876. 
1,910 

891 
3,786 
28,052 
1,755 
2,543 
3,400 

704, 

2,059 

3,738 

12,3.847 

791 

3,703 

71,245 

16,407 

504 

974 
4,352 

495. 
1,180 

602 

527 

927 
1,633 

705 

2,240 

67,512. 

758 
2,603 
1,992 
1.909 
1,315. 
8,897 
6,017 
6,442 
2,742 

790 
2,872 
13,607 
5,616 

688 
3,028. 
2,782 
1.727 

728 
22.724 

835 

83,267 

4,509 

21,371 

22,090. 

8,113, 

2,939 

945 
4,121 
12,478 
6,064 
3,120 
5,739 
1,716. 
1,090 
22,214 

326, 
2,862. 
1,770. 









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29. 


71 
































V 
























































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STATE SUPERINTENDENTS REPORT 



435 



PART 



TABLE XIX 

CURRENT EXPENSES— Continued 
-AUXILIARY" AGENCIES AND COORDINATE ACTIVITIES 





AUXILIARY AGENCIES AND COORDINATE ACTIVITIES (Both Race*) 


.935-1936 
COUNTIES 


TOTAL 

AUXILIARY 

AGENCIES AND 

COORDINATE 

ACTIVITIES 

COUNTY AND 

DISTRICT 


Transports lion 


Promotion of Health 


Home Demon- 




County and 
District 


SaJaries 

County and 

District 


ExpeaseA 

County and 

District 


stration 
County and 

District 


Total State 


S 1.695,611.95 


$ 1,604,640 01 


$ 64,546.02 


$ 12,197.33 


% 14,228 59 




47,651.92 

13,630.92 

9,685.21 
22,691.37 
33.169.78 
17,710.67 
10,630.84 

6,394.62 
15,699.00 
14.908.71 

9.660.55 

17,753.30 

103.163.34 

8,576.69 

11,066.51 

107,025.95 

37,051.84 

6.760.04 
12,197.95 
25,643.88 

8,223.36 

5,371.42 

2,096.00 
12,530.80 
17.403.59 

4,139.04 

9.073.O4 
16,161.39 
96,153.20 
23,835.11 
12,738.24 
40,111.01 
23.347,61 
10,857.01 
37,331,04 
18,198.89 
22,938.71 
22,421.81 

9.368. 18 
19.593, 10 
22.493.21 
S3 .902. 79 

8.131.67 

5,632.21 
28,605.38 
20,365.31 

3,947.84 
82,199.44 

9,133.55 
40,670.53 
Cb)24,731.B9 
28,015.75 
109,283,86 
18,292.45 
26.920.50 
13,792.14 
31,223.25 
11,444.23 
41,924.92 
13.794,28 
24,021.48 
24.569.94 

9,801 09 
53,431.98 
14.415.10 
17.789.23 
14,022 29) 


40,879,70 
13,612.92 

9,685.21 
22,409.44 
32,716.47 
16,687.22 
10,680.84 

6.089.82 
15.699.00 
14,560.80 

8,963.10 
17,705.27 
99,175.40 

8,576.69 
10,714.65 
81,310.54 
36,751.84 

6,630.60 
11,882.58 
24,553.88 

8,162.55 

5,371.42 

2.096.00 
12,500.80 
17,397.78 

4,086.10 

8,905.83 
16,161.39 
89.683.11 
23,835.11 
12,717.24 
37,239.84 
22.257.62 
10,821.18 
37,027.79 
16,27.7.30 
22,016.03 
22.407.15 

9,141.64 

19,557.10 

22 ,493 , 2 1 

53,249,79 

(»)S,15I.67 

5,632,21 
28,605.38 
20.096,41 

3,937.84 
74,853.61 

9,133.53 
35.810.52 
24.631.89 
27,435.28 
105,049.92 
16.480 50 
26.146.14 
13,792.14 
31,123.25 

9,490.65 
39.719.62 
13,590.12 
23,785.51 
24,033.75 

9,801.09 
45,658,77 
13.831.10 
17,134.85 
14,022.29 


[8.00 


56.84 


6,716.38 
















281.93 

78.31 
258.45 




Brevard. .,,-..,.,.. 


375.00 
765.00 






::::::: 


Charlotte 


/ 248.75 


• 56.05 




51.18 


82.91 

646.27 


265.00 


Collier , ,,, t , 






j 48,03 


Dade 


• 3,315.85 


'J 672.09 














351.86 




24,490.99 


224.46 


999.96 




300.00 




54.66 
100.00 


75.44 
100.71 
45.00 

20.81 






114.66 
1,045.00 




40.00 








Gulf 










30.00 








5.81 
52.94 
167.21 


















Hillsborough 


6,463.66 


6.43 










21.00 

334.67 

367.49 

35.83 

, 303.25 

S 186.38 

365.45 

14.66 

226.54 




Jefferson . ... *<..., . 


2,530.00 


6.50 
722.50 


Uke 

Lm*. 


V 1,735, 21 

/:::::::::::: 


&£::::::::: 




Y 557.23 








Madison 


36.00 














653.00 


















NubEi ............. 










252.00 

10.00 

5.800.42 

3,800.00 

"iii'.ii 

2,137.50 
1,360,00 


16.90 










1.545.41 






Palm Beach 


410.01 
120.00 
263.60 
786.44 
451.93 
774.36 


650.00 


Poilc 


1,310.00 


St. Johns 









i oo oo 

201.58 

1,005.30 

22.66 

35.97 

86 19 






1,752.00 

1,200.00 

149.86 

200.00 

450.00 










11.64 
















6,863,73 


909,48 




Wakulla 


584.00 


Walton 




127.55 


526.83 







(a) $41 . 84 of this amount was paid for previous year. 

(b) $33.92 of this amount was paid from Interest and Sinking Funds. 



TABLE XIX 

CURRENT EXPENSES— (Continue*) 
PART 6— FIXED CHARGES 



^5=S= — 


FIXED CHARGES— {BOTH RACES) 


PER CAFI1 
CURRENT 




1935-1936 

COUNTIES 


TOTAL 

FIXED 

CHARGES 


Rent (Buildings) 


Insurance 


Commissions to Tax 
Assessor and Tax Collector 


'A COST OF 
EXPENSES 




Based on 
En roll mint 






County and 
District 


Interest and 
Sinking Funds 


County Quid 
District 


Interest and 

Sinking Fund? 


County and 
District 


Interest and 
Sinking Funds 


Based on 

Average 
Attendance 




f 407,530.75 


f 9,595.51 




f 252,948.51 




$ 73,366.13 


$ 71,620,60 


42.62 


53.64 












6,572.1.' 






5,390.01 

94.75 

I .051 ,20 

1.526.05 

1,325.36 

4,714.38 

598.00 

1,039,84 

1,406.12 

1,416.12 

372.30 

871.57 

36,678.05 

221.22 

1.525.76 

IB, 239.07 

6,282.74 

79.38 

18.00 

4,681,87 

23.98 

294.65 




1,182.14 
281.11 
394.41 
201.76 
743.02 

1,716.45 
56.10 
262.66 
328.07 
355.82 
127.01 
226.34 
14,847.35 
271.76 


300.8! 

"\66.5S 

908,69 

2,001.00 


3S.63 
36.88 

28.85 
39.82 
56.07 
40.63 
. 36.70 
i/ 51.78 
49.47 
43.10 
60.07 

</ 48.44 

36 37 
49.44 

43.38 
35.30 
39.37 
41.86 
31.07 
34.53 
59.83 
38.84 
30.31 
34.38 
51.13 


43.35 




676.67 
1,531.11 
1,916.39 

8,431.8* 

654. 10 

1,452.61 

1,820.47 

1.998 9ft 

799.31 

1,205.50 

70,497.43 

1,014 16 

1,525.76 

24,375,17 

11,583 24 

122.00 

l,4l4,7f 

5,865.8? 

91.81 

1,138.82 

',»7 91 

1,728.88 

697.10 

567.42 






49 25 




S5.S0 
22.00 






40.01 




/:::::::::: 


50.65 






64.48 
53.61 








46.81 


Charlotte 


49.00 

48.00 

104.75 

300.00 

100.00 
352.80 


■z:;::::::: 


• 101.11 

38.28 

122.29 


60.84 




'j 


58.27 


Clay 


57,87 


Collier 




84.15 






107.59 

, 18.872.03 

168 38 


41.55 




63.77 








42.47 








61.15 




1,662,44 
1,689.62 






4,473.66 

2,361.24 

42.62 

595.84 

596.28 

67.83 

844.17 

49,98 

499 26 

140.52 

114.20 


1.249.64 

635.92 

587.67 


32.27 








41.54 








56.19 




145.00 




52.38 






40.42 










47.97 












71.42 


Gulf 


32.50 




442.29 

1,229.62 

395.68 

174.50 




63.14 


32.80 






42.92 










160.90 

278.72 


43.17 








62.74 





H 

3 

% 

I 

o 

*9 



t 1 
o 

HI 

m 

w 
d 



o 





846.801 
4,045.80 
34,371.21 
7.397.28 
2.544,61 
4,728,26 
2,143.44 

738.31 


66.00 
24.00 

95.03 
125.00 
15.00 
49.50 
183.25 




5S0.83 
2,101.03 
23,517.4.1 
1.470,42 
1 .696. 19 
3,696.93 
1 ,469 46 

665. 8 i 
4,386 37 
3.613.9J 
3,974.32 
1,416.55 

250.03 
3,329.61 
5,894 67 
5,494.34 

835.65 

650.83 
1,419 35 
1,8.18 34 

709.83 
3,797.37 
1,099.27 
22,310. Oi 
1,3(43.48 
9,785.75 
14.3.10 76 
1,978.50 
2,659.21 
1,275.64 
1,727.06 
7.734.85 
3,635.21 
1,353. SO" 
5,013.10 
1,003. IS 

670.75 
9,439.96 
1.254.01 

602.55 

809.73 




199 97 
1,072,99 

3,8.3 3.1 
383 55 
330. 07 
981.83 
293, 35 
72.46 

2.123.661 

1,300.40 
896.82 
424.34 
103.38 
221.66 
325.91 
849. 14 
239.14 
266 98 
122,67 
138.42 
22 79 

3,651.16 
269.45 

8.86!. 1-5 
244.87 


847.78 

6,905.45 

418.31 

503.37 


44.23 

46.57 
46.11 
30,47 
50,93 
28.37 
29.85 
41.02 

y 50.28 
■s 48.08 

y 37 95 
• 43.74 
50 12 
26.25 
43. 2 i 
40.48 
47.42 
33.98 
47.75 
34.01 
42.97 
52.88 
42.61 
55.06 
52.43 
45.57 
43. B2 
36.02 
41.61 
42.66 
34.77 
48.30 
47.35 
39.59 
34.54 
37,93 
26.54 
52.92 
36. 89 
32.59 
26 59 


54.20 






54 47 








59.85 






37 15 








60.72 








37.78 








197.38 

' 2,560.52 

/ 7,091.79 

1,359.70 

y 309.18 

35.16 

601.97 


37.78 


Lake 




56.58 


9,186.55 

12,061.09 
6,365.84 
2,150.07 
447.29 
4.163.24 
6,627. SB 
6,620.94 
1,396.64 
1 ,301.15 
1 ,888 35 
2.982.26 
732.59 

15,741.94 
1,368.72 

40,281.74 
2.488.06 
9,835,7,- 

19.7.52.41 
3.096. SO 
7,2t«. 54 
2,280.78 
2.9J0.6S 
9,895.31 
7,766.03 
1,741.76 
5.404.07 
1 ,353. 1 1 
690 24 

13.238 22 
1,254.01 
1,072.7.5 
1. 101. 17 


. 116.00 

25.00 

135.00 






62.60 


L«e 


c^:::::::::: 


*/::::::::: 


58.49 




49.87 




55,34 


Liberty ■ 


38.75 
10.00 
407.00 
277.26 
160. 00 
249. 9J 
150 03 
8.00 






63.84 






35,32 






57 09 
48 88 






161.85 
136.47 
166.53 
997.50 

6,229.41 


56 66 








47 23 








63 08 








40.27 






53. 19 




64.00 






61.94 






51 in 




183.92 

709 501 

50.00 






8,926, 62 
230.21 


68.98 








66.08 






58 02 


Polk 






2,367.92 
476.68 

2,004.75 
328.69 
336.96 

1,505.45 

3,805.79 

245 69 

222 65, 

332. 43 

19 49 

3,193.26 

205. 84 
291.44 


3,053.73 
452,32 

2,544,58 
351.45 
89 1 63 
620.01 


51.41 




189.00 




41.77 


Si. Johns 






49.44 


St. Lurie 


325 . Oil 
15.03 
35.00 

325.00 




54.68 




44.20 
63.01 








57.06 






142.57 


51 50 




168.32 
17.50 







47.50 








50.76 


Union 






102.36 


34.72 




605.09 






67.55 


Wakulla 




44. 86 




162.00 




42 10 








3*. 86 



% 



TABLE XX 

CAPITAL OUTLAY 









CAPITAL OUTLAY— (BOTH RACES) 




1933-1936 

COUNTIES 


TOTAL 
CAPITAL 
OUTLAY 


Lots 


New Buildings 


New Furniture 
(Not Replacements) 


New Apparatus 

(Not 
Replacements) 


New Books 
for Libraries 



B 

> 




County and 

District 


Bond Funds 


County and 
District 


Bond Fundi 


County and 
District 


Bond Funds 


County and 
District 


County and 
District 


S 

K 
o 


Tina] State. . . 


* 1,459,3+4.11 


$ 72,399.41 


f 3,750.00 


1455,375.77 


$ 73 1,84 1.97 


$ 99,196.33 


f 5,715.38 f 49,182 23 


% 41,883.02 


Alachua. 

Baker 


22,935.85 

1,979.34 

609.83 

2,499.08 

1,223.35 

6,295.90 

370.90 

1,840.73 

(a) 13,460. 77 

1,234.09 

16,713.03 

1,916.40 

633,940.05 

580.45 

11.113.63 

22,443.30 

35,706.22 

1,554.85 

4,703.59 

12,742.74 

1,240.88 

995.71 

790. 20 

1,831.04 

394.86 

874.38 

1,844.11 


84.35 




19,260.28 

1 ,036 26 

400.00 

1,952.35 

12,00 


141. S7 


716.33 
453. 50 


F * 1 1 




1.112.69 
408.84 
209.83 
5.00 
355.89 
195.96 
301.63 
702.20 


1,620.63 
78.74 

475.67 

1,492.34 
, 33.02 . 
/ 265.49/ 
1,655.02 

' '356^23 
/ 297.00 
• 8,860.67 • 

216.88 
1.669.99 

148.49 
210.90 
790.80 

Til M 

30.00 
33.51 
32.00 
79.29 










*l 


Bradford 


500.00 






41.73 
379.99 
576.00 

36.25 

238.85 






"d 


Browart ... 


3,281.60 


750.00 


&::::::::: 


y. 




3 




100.00 
1,733.45 

118.10 

" 18^92] 34 
277.50 

" 5,74o!56 
4,688,20 

'706\93 


•/::::::;:: 


534.19 

10,072.30 
926.92 

14,578.00 

1,619.40 

65,414.58 


p 


Citrus 








i 


Clay 




208.73 
1,402.55 






98.44 
25B.17 


Columbia 


/:::::::::: 




j::. 




2 




/ 520,950.42 


I/ li. 162.48 




8,859.56 
302.95 
708.11 


DEI 








H 


Dixie 




9,823.60 

912.00 

21,931.40 

761.10 

404.95 

8,970.48 

25.00 

584.21 

307.00 

166.66 


226147 


365.04 
14,116.75 

8,664.99 
51.02 

1,596.60 

2,054.93 
371.60 
332.50 
349.85 

1 ,524. 12 
149.37 
137.70 
486.31 






EO 








f-1 








401.63 
594. 24 
1,563.74 
926. 53 
132.49 


Q 


Flagler 

Franklin,. 










Gadsden 

Gilchrist 








W 
X 




9.00 

"i'.ia 















97.84 
106.26 
166.00 
736.68 

462.72 


















Hendry 






















704.70 








190.38 





Hillsborough, . . 


16,809.77 

29,144.84 

1,203.94 

396.45 

8,824.71 

6,242.291 

165.81 

7,935.95 

1,742.55 

119,902.72 

(b)57.JI7.26 

5.841.53 

2.661,47 

8. 405. 24 

63,602.09 

5,038.26 

889.42 

51,183.39 

6,628,16 

20.85 

105,221,03 

2,296,47 

57,333,34 

8,010.1° 

734.00 

12.757. 17 

11,410.67 

1,614.72 

5,427.11 

1,938.83 

11,751.75 

8,832.67 

1.5JO.50 

1,319,57 

6,880.00 

24.68 

15,539,61 

6,306.37 

4,131 78 

49. OC 






15,367.46 
14,996.34 
643.28 
120.75 
4.B50.66 
4,797.71 


2,315.59 


393.63 

3,144.44 




322.03 
322.63 

472.66 


726.65 

4,333.31 

73.00 

275,70 

378.40 

80.78 

165.81 

y <A\.my 

, 717,74 

S 432.85^ 

380.86 

130.33 

555.72 

1.133.21 




4,032.51 

15.00 






Holmes 

Indian River . . . 






Jackson 


650.60 
350.00 




2,123.98 


693.57 
650.56 




127.50 
363.24 

'i'.oi&u 

398.00 

865.41 

1,267.52 

98.05 
202.37 
555.21 
303.46 
180.30 

25.00 




Jefferson 

Lafayette ...... 






Lake 


108 00 
163.51 
380.50 




6,112.90 

19, 125^83 
1,045.82 
2,084.47 


97.409.74 
• SI, 749. 74 


695.93 
64.78 

1,403.50 

S 3,221.33 

1,997.51 

2,228.55 

1,886.24 

3,839.27 

63.55 

72.00 

352.33 

366.10 




Lee 


\y... 


&::::::::: 
*?:::::::::; 


3 


Leon 




Levy 




> 


Liberty 


1,280.69 

100.00 

2,341.14 

6,600.27 

192.00 




8 








Manatee. ...... 

Marion ........ 




3,066.93 

50,015.93 

3,102.21 


1 ,704.95 
1.500.00 




m 






O 




792.42 


2 







"i'.bob'.im 


573.00 


50,256.04 
3,262.06 




Okeechobee. . . . 




20.85 
2,473,42 

1,891.59 




Orange 

Osceola 


2,342,04 

i, 549. 06 
245.03 




96,075.10 

756.47 

32,300.97 

7,765 56 

600.00 

46.59 

7,691.57 





2,562.37 


225.66 


1,766.10 
1,540.00 
7,679.59 


H 


Palm Beach .... 


207.4! 


13,479.72 


59 


Pasco 




S< 


Pinellas 




'U785[79 

719.10 

869.40 

28.95 

483,29 

1,420.11 

3,796,8! 

1,151,59 

50.00 


134.00 
5,336 33 






D 


Polk 


.......... 

675.00 
3,000.00 




3,111 51 


1.801.90 


pi 




3 


St. Johns 






69.03 

379,66 

795,08 

3,822.34 

1,328.14 

1,147.75 


676.29 

18.50 

48,36 

1,021.04 

781.3-1 

148.38 

437.43 

24.68 

1,724 94 

682 30 


5,000.00 
131.10 

2,203.70 

15.85 

250.03 

121.82 

159.15 

3,917.35 
320,00 
315,00 






481.00 
3,284.36 

2,910.56 






on 


Sarasota 






Sumter 






3 










Taylor 

Union 

Volusia 




6,283.42 

5,775.63 

830.35 

3,816.78 






w 




1,813. 78 
4,473.72 




2,307.91 


H 


Wakulla 










Walton . 






Washington 






49.00 











(a) J9,000of this amount paid from Interest and Staking Fundi. 

(b) 1 1 ,763,03 of thta unouat paid from Interest iLnd Sinking Funds. 



TABLE XXI 

DEBT SERVICE 





DEBT SERVICE 


193S-I936 
COUNTIES 


TOTAI, 
DEBT 

SERVICE 


Payment of Notes 


Payment of Bonds 
and Time Warrants 


Interest on 

Current 
Indebtedness 


interest on 

B>nd* and 

Time W*rreaU 


Other Payments 




County and 
District 


Interest and 
Sinking 
Funds 


County and 
District 


Interest and 
Sinking 
Funds 


County and 
District 


Interest and 
Sinking 
Funds 


County and 
District 


Interest and 
Sinking 
Fundi 


Countv And 
District 


Interest and 
Sinking 
Funds 


Total State 


(4,889,238.12 


(145,542.51 


% 5,170.08 


Jl.lt, 823 M 


(1,181,748.59 


( 88,886 91 


% 11,968 18 


( 80,742.50 


(2,620,608.39 


(127.540 21 


(f92,"06.77 




93.901,31 

6 ,905 , 63 

5,004.99 

13.833.12 

39 ,405.90 

7,298.90 

7,946 42 

26,475.22 

4,046 62 

826.96 

28.887.39 

633,717.68 

5,365. 18 

3,045.67 

482.674. 26 

86.516.41 

1,507.60 

15.8Q8 46 

33,2o8.7; 

12,997.48 

943.88 

4. 846. 87 

17.38.). 2. 

3.075.77 

11,100.80 

9.072 07 

39,716 99 

J2S.577.64 

35.339.45 


16.025.00 
1,950.00 




9,750,00 


15,250.00 
2,000.00 
2,750.00 
8,350.00 

12,060.00 
3,170.00 
6,109.32 


10.227.51 

1,040.63 

311.65 




1 1.275.00 


31,374.00 
3,915.00 
1,913.34 


































1,193.12 

3,750.00 
3,540.00 


4,290 00 














65.50 

1 ,038. 00 

630.83 

204.30 

303.35 




472.50 
2, 803. 00 


23,123.40 
45,787.35 








.. 6,000.00 

1,550.00 

700. IS 


;/ 


/ 


1 ,750. 00 
151.58 
115.62 
428.73 


4,293.90 








'jy::::::::. 




1,200.00 
2,473.93 
2,011.09 
826.96 
5,8)0.03 
{2)386,021, 12> 


'#";, 






1,027.67 


19,290.62 
1,000.00 






1,500.00 




















10,398.78 

47.400.00 

700.00 

800.00 

125,910.00 

1,400.00 






4,000.00 

(1)111,410.33 

I. 000. 00 

1.500.00 

118,030.00 

30,9.70.00 


J 8.638.61 






/%) 








'J.'.Y.'.Y.Y. 








,5,400.00 


/ 43, 486 23 








1.383.34 

498,68 

6,421.10 

1,936.57 


1,071.41 




210 43 










70.03 

224.587 53 

33.3SS.03 

1.499.0J 

6,335.03 

12,261.03 

5,312.13 

13J.03 

1,323.03 

10.493.70 

I.2S2.03 

8,103.0.) 

3.723.03 

24,751.03 

254,455.23 

J.SQJ.24 




176 99 














7,755 66 






8,000.00 




8,366.28 


35.15 


2,520.41 
8 60 








4,000.00 

4,150.00 

4,100.00 

309.93 






5,000.03 

13,500.03 

744.40 

307 81 

3,250.03 


408.01 

1.424.77 

2,696.68 

80.22 

76.8/ 

451.09 

730.89 

108.34 

689.42 

732.49 

20.71 

1,812.60 






138.65 

1,933.03 

22.50 

22.00 


17 45 












30 00 












91 80 








20.03 


"riio'oi 

313.03 

19 96 

462.65 


88 92 












5,106 50 
680 00 






696.96 










49.88 

803. 03 

1,936.22 

13,703.03 

240.493.03 

3.O0U.O0 








2,000.00 
793.78 


50.03 


22 30 




1,500.00 

521.00 

1,350.00 

14,789,51 












12.50 






19,067.00 
6,904.10 




7,170.03 




121.73 




■ , , . » . .. « 




3,000.00 






a 



o 

*3 



M 
O 

M 

2 

a 

3 

a 

o 

X 



Indian River . 

Jackson 

Jeflerson 

Lalayette. ... 

Lake 

Lee 

Leon 

Levy 

Liberty 

M adison 

M anatee 

Marion ...... 

Martin 

Monroe 

Nassau ...... 

Okaloosa. 
Okeechobee.. 
Orange ...... 

Osceola 

Palm Beach . . 

Pasco 

Pinellas 

Polk 

Putnam ...... 

St. Johns 

St. Lucie 

Santa Rosa... 
Sarasota 



Sumter 

Suwannee. . . 

Taylor 

Union 

Volusia 

Wakulla, . . . 

Walton 

Washington . 



17 
61 

5 

12 
65 
103 
63 
36 

3 
20 
42 
45 

4 
10 
26 

9 

224 
17 

1S1 
28 

765 

423 
SO 
33 
16 
26 
34 
75 
IS 
28 
25 
12 

146 

2 

20 

9 



,948.81 
,825.9? 
,105.0C 
,331.37 
,313.43 
,548.19 
.Wl.Ol 
,174.70 
,155.44 
,019.11 
,672.10 
,132.47 
,970.13 
,8111.34 
,390.9.3 
,292.64 
178.69 
,426.7! 
,263,78 
,791.96 
,489. 14 
,354.42 
,953,. 18 
,082.01 
,914 31 
,538.98 
,021.26 
,479.06 
,907.51 
,038.59 
,319.11 
,966 aa 
,377.0 
,193.43 
,356.37 
.045.6C 
,890.8.1 



12,528.25 



20.40 

300.00 

10,381.10 

23,500.00 

9,185 00 

1,657.00 



4,850.00 



9,713.00 
591.25 



17,414.36 
180.00 



22,222.31 
16,485.31 
2,400.00 



isn. on 
2,265.08 



17,000.00 



8,021.00 
19,823.33 
12,043.53 



1 ,800.00 

1,380 IB 

286 31 



g 



5,000.00 



170,08 



I , MO BO 
1,000.00 



996.35 

3,000.00 



1,000.00 



3,000.00 

'ii'.oooioo 



2,000.00 
9,716.20 



15,000,00 

12,400.00 
J ,000 00 

1,039.35 
4,890.99 



3,200.00 



6,553.42 



10,445.00 

14,340.00 
2,000,00 



9,800.00 
32,070.00 
18. ,500. 00 . 

7, 200, 20 y 

428. 84 

6,500.00 

7,300,00 

8,500.00 

345.00 



6,500.00 
1,700.00 



74,140 00 

1,950 00 

92,730.00 

10,320,00 

33.2OQ.O0 

125,377.50 

11,730.00 

9.000.00 



2,000.00 
15.739 35 

19,000.00 
3,900 00 
5,523.57 



20,910.00 



3,750 00 
7.285.55 



1,958.95 



210. 
951, 

1 ,932, 
6.337. 

325, 

337. 

450. 
4,287. 

218. 

191 

935, 

537. 

178. 

4,756. 

39. 

650. 

500. 

943 
3,310. 
2,779. 

251 

281 
1,454. 



632. 50 
1,188.59 
4,596 30 

1.331.66 

187.83 

1,381.38 



897.15 



tf\ 



- 3.586.77 



133.26 

92i) 1)0 



3,420.00 






390 00 



990.00 



5,368.36 

100.00 

1,730.00 



3,720.00 



413.00 
120.00 



25,290.00 
3,915.00 



120.00 



1,260.00 
20.00 



394.00 
914.49 



6,004.50 
20,346.93 

3,105.00 



47,925.83 
43,858.00 
15.285.00 



687.50 
9,192.00 
25,970.00 
11.117.50 
3.907.50 
8.940.00 
6,695.00 
4,776.00 



121,954. 

5,378. 

82.964. 

17,505. 

663,300. 

160,656. 

16.785. 

21,662. 

5,922, 

15,075. 

• 16.579 

39,000. 

9,925, 

9,979, 



120. 
117,983. 



5,633 
2,073 



9,103.87 



11.514.62 

11.79 

*/ 179.00 



2,738 
15.95 



95/ 



1,000.00 
612.00 



39,637,31 
648.83 



8,710.13 



959.85 
"25]66 

'356! 66 



162 37 
913.00 
245.00 



366.05 

,627.92 



VlG 
5 



645.81 , 
,108.63/ 
,284.92 
,126. 20^ 

41.15 



,932.10 
9.31 



(4)1 



545.88 
076. 20 



441.47 



32.01 

43.80 

.251.13 

,187,65 

52.16 



265.59 

335 55 

I, 200. .00 

153.01 



196.73 



3,71 
(5)3,918.63 



v. 

% 

m 
d 



O 

a 

V. 



s 



(Ht26 r 460 00 of this amount p-u"d from Bond Funds* 
(2) £5.348. M of this amount paid from Bond Funds, 
(3)52,649. 01 of this amount piitd from Bond Funds. 
(4)$ I , Ml , 50 of fids amount pnid From Bond Funds. 
(5 J $500.00 of this amount paid from Bond Funds, 





(a) INVESTMENTS; 


TABLE XXII 

(b) INVENTORIES AT CLOSE OF YEAR; (c) CASH AT CLOSE OF YEAR 






INVESTMENTS 


Inventory 

ot Stores 
and Free 
Tentbooks 
at Close 
of Year 


CASH ON HAND JUNE 30, 1936 


1935-1936 
COUNTIES 


TOTAL 
INVEST- 
MENTS 


General. 

and 
District 
Funds 


Bond 
Funds 


Interest 

and 
Sinking 
Funds 


TOTAL 
CASH 


General 

and 
District 
Funds 


Bond 
Funds 


Interest 

and 
Sinking 
Funds 


Total State 


I 24,555.00 






t 24,555.00 


$ 78,683.46$ 3,037,412.90$ 3,127.497.26 


$ 146,038.12 


t 1,783,877.52 












325.00 
1,881.88 


26,439.30 19,588.26 

7,178 12 6.629.04 

6.315.17 3,874.04 

42.803.82 38,461.22 

110.420.48 79,773.53 

9,856.13 , 9,489.01 

17,993. 03^ 15,995.06 

28,484.56 19,269.75 

18,668.37 17,974.84 

26,747.07 26,703.92 

33,918.24 / 30,803.68 

1.208,141.53/ 673,903.16 

H), 689. 68 3,381.70 

16,570.47 16,278.56 

497,160.92 156,037.53 

86,915.44 '74,781.17 

17.369.24 17,565.16 

21.604.03 13,713.49 

49,093.17 39,552,87 

13,308.55 10,695.98 

9,488.64 9,433.08 

5,854.83 5,636.76 

25,850.77 24,050,22 

5,455.87 4,620,27 

1,428.45 942.50 

9,326.31 8,602.70 


* 


18,300.54 
6,831.04 


Baker 




i 






















"ioiss 


2,441.13 

4,342.60 

30.623.40 

367.12 

1,997.97 

9,214.81 

693.33 

43.15 

3,114.56 

415,245.25 

7,307.98 

291.91 

341,123.39 

12,134.27 

4.08 

7,642.57 

9,540.30 

2,812.57 

55.56 
























1,049.39 






















84.72 
520.10 
212.70 
164. 16 

19,710.26 

727.57 

540,31 

4,535.17 

3,089.98 


























Collier 










"Yta'Mi'.u 










Dade 






De Soto 










Dial 




























































247.97 








































Gulf 






























Hardee... 


2,200.00 






2,200.00 


2,543.25 




835.60 
















227.81 




723.61 





1.950.00 






1 ,950. 00 


500.001 
15,808.82 


16,944.04 

424,150.08 
3,073.35 
14,510.93 

116,406.39 

64,288.93 

3,063.06 

184,598.60 
14,046.14 
39,778.37 
28,869.87 
8,454.35 
51,463.85 
76,288 92 

132,182,72 

5,389.74 

19,208.18 

21.473.65 

33,488. 15 

6,454.13 

248,660. 15 

7,519.43 

36,568.49 

12,895.97 

65,522. IS 

274,751.08 

65,774,74 

72,496. H 

6,274.48 

* 22,453,38 

114,953.60 
94.454,86 
24,501.72 
22,006.74 
28,657.20 
12,722.34 

209,642.60 
20, 146 89 
24.720.67 
39,334.47 


14,353.22 

183,803.22 

» 2,178.30 

13,251,07 

96,123.87 

61,642.86 

3,063,06 

121,758.99 

. 10,884.65 

/ 6,193.01 

<S 3,443.80 

8,433.52 

47,526 89 

57,022.81 

103,160.87 

4,663.48 

17,849.79 

19,014.31 

24,202.35 

3,847.73 

164,486.99 

4,484.47 

35,704.28 

8,241.71 

20,137 67 

164,189.06 

57,527.27 

49,354.53 

6,173.17 

* 29,121.98 

85,973.24 

62,295.43 

22,979.91 

13 ,903/00 

28.657.20 

12,461.18 

121,331.79 

19.591.77 

11,615.25 

29.340 47 




2,590.82 

239,162.45 

5,251.65 








1,184,41 


































2,469.26 


918.94 


19,363 58 
2,646.07 






































124.80 


62,714.81 

3,161.49 

24.707.55 

21,894.35 

21 03 












2,862.18 












8.875.81 
3.531.72 












1,713.13 


Liberty 






















3,936.96 

19,196.82 

29,021.85 

725.13 

1 358 39 












272.61 
4,456.95 


69.29 






















1.13 












1,867.16 
1,158.19 












iU.36 


2,344.98 




100.00 






100.00 











158.38 

1,450 96 
3,330.26 


606.40 

84,173,16 

3,034.96 

705.83 

4,654.26 

43,933.55 

107,231.76 

8.247.47 












306.31 






















5,323.34 

1,263.28 
































3,245.91 


St. Johns 


3.000.00 






3,000.00 














99 31 


















Sarasota 










821.99 
84.16 


2,906.18 


26,074.18 
32, 159 43 






















130.38 
















5,973 36 


























321. S7 




261.16 
84,882.07 


Volusia 


17.305.00 






17,305.00 


3.428 74 
555. 12 


Wakulla 






394.30 


Wilton 










13 105 42 
















9,994.00 



*Overdr»lt, 



H 

a 

m 
d 

H 



i 

sj 



r. 

& 

to 



O 

w 



£ 



TABLE XXIII 

OUTSTANDING INDEBTEDNESS 





GRAND 
TOTAL 
INDEBT- 
EDNESS 
COUNTY & 
DISTRICT 


PART 1— COUNTY-WIDE INDEBTEDNB33 


1935-1936 


TOTAL 
COUNTY 
INDEBT- 
EDNS3S 


NOTES 


BONDS AND TIME WARRANTS 


OTHER 
COUNTY 


COUNTIES 


Total Not« 
Outstanding 


Interest 
Pail Due 


Principal 
Past Due 


Principal 
Not Yet Due 


Total Binds * 
Time Warrant* 
OuHtandiiK 


Intere-it 
Past Due 


Principal 
Put Due 


Principal 
Not Yet Due 


INDEBT- 
EDNESS 


T.i tul State... 


836,549.926 56 


M. 118. 574 83 


11,530,315.31 


(37,081 87 


(790. 132. 2» 


$728.101.36 16,455,322 9: 


4600,485.42 


(1.627,620.10 


(1,227.217.45 


(312.936.35 


Alachua 


789.675.00 

76.685 51 

281.958.03 

106.751 11 

1,016.520 on 

2,608,117 23 

124,600 on 

210.738 «> 

122.800 00 

S8.870 on 

10, 365.. V, 

206,903 00 

10,773,200.42 

330,939 18 

37,200 .00 

4,183.500 00 

688,540.03 

73.331 41 

103.000.00 

191.250 00 

107.239 6< 

62.134 61 

37,756 8< 

161,213 21 

571,586.76 

137,687.16 


162,200 00 
8,435.31 

194 829 39 
36.363 1 1 
58,790 O0 

187,323 73 


30,200.00 

8.050.00 

73,326.34 




3.700 00 

8,050 00 

73.326.31 


24.500 00 


132,000 00 





56,000.00 


76,000 00 




Baker 




385.51 






117.000 00 
33.800 on 
58,790.00 

482.323.73 


7,800 00 

5,790 on 

95,316 28 


8,000.00 

11,000,00 

28,000 00 

183,290.00 


109,000 00 
15,000.00 
25,000 00 

203,517.43 


4,503.05 






2,563. 11 


























Calboun 


































Citrui 


9,000.00 










9,000.00 

rr«* 




1,000.00 


8,000.00 




Collier ..... 














491.07 

121,513.00 

1,441,630.42 

79,364.70 

29,000 00 

20,000 00 

132,910.03 

11,651 41 


















491.07 




121,513.00 

397,650.42 

33.820 00 

2,000.00 


4,940.00 


6,000.00 

19,000.00 


121.513.00 

391,650.42 

9,880.00 

2. ooo. on 












Dude 


1.044,000 00 
42.310 00 
27.000 00 
20,000.00 
135,000 00 


8,310.00 


320.000.00 
5.000.00 


724,000.00 
29,000.00 
27,000.00 

135,000 00 




DeSoto 


3,234.70 


Dixit , 












20,000.00 


t t9i 




17,940.03 






17.940,03 


.......... 














11,651.41 












































OUcfariit 


24,000. 0C 


24,000.00 




24,000.00 














Glades 
















Guif 


2.108 12 

41,123.00 
159,421.48 

1,426.02 


















2,108 12 




40,000.00 
23,378.53 




33.000 00 
18,340 00 


8.000.00 

500.00 










1,425.00 




4,538.33 


113,140.00 23,140.00 


13,000.00 


75,000 00 


22,902.95 




1,426.02 





n 
i 

2 

O 

n 

§ 



m 

s 

d 

— 

o 



Hernando . . . 
Highlands. . , 
Hillsborough . 
H"lmes 
ti dim River 
Jackqon .... 
Jefferson . 

Ijlavetle 

Lake 

Lee 

Leas 

Levy 

Uixrty 

Mutism. . . . 
Manatee ... 
Marion.,... . 
Martin. 
Monroe . .... 

Nassau 

Okaloosa .... 
Okeechobee. . 

Orange 

Osceola 

Palm Beach., 

Pason 

Pinellas 

Polk 

Putnam 

St, Johns 

St. Ludc 

Santa Rosa. . 
Sarasota. ... . 

Seminole 

Sumter 

Suwannee 
Tartar 

Union .,.,,.., 
Volusia.. ..... 

Wakulla 

Walton 

Washington . . 



178,5,10.001 

416,483 28 

,9 : 6.M0 00 

.104 ,840 67 

,152, MS 00 

39.1,80.1.60 

83,750 Of 

37,660 6' 

,177.910 00 

618,135,00 

317,000 0E 

348.140 Oil 

69,7(1. 03 

I6l.S00.0t 

,069,000 o; 

333,210 Of 
240,600 2. 
335.410 0( 
225,245 83 
579,780.63 
236,397.86 

,67R,502.J6 
1 20,335. ZB 

,665,139 o; 
352.805 0C 

,202,853 79 

,9*0.032.01 
709. 839. 1K 
648,325.82 
311. 761.0(1 
418,789 67 

,133,404 06 
686,000.00 
404.875.34 
37.1,065.4.1 
56.775 00 
25,070 Of 

,993.765.00 

8.500.00 

93.7.12.71 

192.899 48 



15,600.001 3,500.00 



110,000 00 
125,240.48 
137,964.00 
16,207.99 
81,74f).or 
37,661 6 
82,400. (X 



23,500.00 
209,685.00 

14,678.07 

15,000 OTJ 
493.000 0C 

78,7O0.(lC 
113.198 58 

58, 020. Or 

44,235.83 
327,581 89 
193,525.86 
244.000. 00 

13.370 28 
636.240.00 

61.681.0C 
254.042 41 
160.000. or 
462. 209. OT 
181,325 82 
141.584.8; 
104.684.67 
292.110 00 
2.000 00 

76,900 00 
191,261 00 

JS.000 00 

17.070.00 



8,500 00 
19,482.71 
80.231.78 



109.240.48 

65.961.0.) 

4,-500 00 



37,660.60 



23,500.00 

55,76i.0D 

194.40 



46 690.00 
58. 020.00 
9. SIS. 83 
12,771,2.1 
12.006.08 



13,370.28 



40,000.00 



75,249.00 



53,796.27 
5,394.67 



2 ,900. 00 
70.901 00 
13,000 DO 



8,500.00 
19,482.71 
34,514.64 



fe/Y 



W 



1.614 BS 



564.15 

4,520.00 

15.8.1 

2,435.21 

3,668.00 



8,796.27 
131.00 



828 00 



3.500.00,, 



109,240.48 

65,96*. 03 

4,500.03 



33. 933.22 



35,765.00 



37,446.55 

53,500.00 

9,500,00 

10,. Lift. 0.' 
8,338.08 



13,370.28 



40,000.00 



62.849.00 



ij.non on 
5,263,67 



5,000.00 



4. 500. 00 



33.686 641 



60. 5C 



23.500.0C 



194 40 



8, 679.30 



12,400. OC 



2.930.00 
70,001 00 

10,000.00 



4,000.00 
19,482.71 



112, 100.001 17.300.00 



110.000.03 
16,000. 0.1 
77,030.00 

n.oan.oo 

83,750.0. 



82,403. 03 



153.920 
6 4+0 0.1 
15,000 0!) 

49.1,000 0,) 
78,700.00 
63.120.00 



31,720 00 
1+5. 219, 6t 
149,530, 03 
244.000, 00 



636,210,0!) 

61 .Mi 1 

214.OOO.O0 

160.000.00 

3B6 .950. 03 

161,910.03 

87,788 6.1 

99,293.00 

292,110.00 

2,000.00 

74.000.00 

120.360.00 

40,000.00 

16,200.00 



17.481.00) 



8.250. 00 



8.400.00 



24,920.00 
1,440.00 



15,120.00 



6,721.00 
30,729.54 
46,530.00 



98,740.00 
4.680, 00 



74,960 00 
2.1,910 00 
15,788.60 
1,293,00 
61,110.00 



18.360.00 



1.200.00 



18,800.00 



16,000.00 
17.000. 00 



37.500.00 



20.000.00 



23.000 OO 
3,000.00 



90,000.00 



12.000.00 



4,000.00 
42,530.10 
30,000.00 
14,000.00 



207,500.00 

15,000 00 

164,000.00 



67,000 00 

44,000.00 

11,000.00 

3,000.00 
46,000.00 



59,000 00 
18.000.00 



6,000.00 



481.00 12,000.001 



76,000.001 



110,000.00 



55,000.00 
11.000.00 
38,000.03 



54,000.00 



106.000.00 

2.000.00 

15.000.00 

403,000.00 
78,700.00 
36,030.00 



24,000 00 

72,000.00 

73,000.00 

230,000.00 



.;,iii, not) (Hi 
42,000.00 
50,000.00 

160,000.00 

245 ,000. 00 
94,000.00 
61,000.00 
95, 000.00 

18 1.000. 00 

2,000 00 

15,000 00 

84,000 00 

40,000 00 

9,000.00 



707.99 



8,043.67 



3.38B.5B 



169.5.51.02 
31,939.78 



42.41 



19.415 82 



870.00 



5,000.00 28.236.14 



I 




TABLE XXI J I 
OUTSTANDING INDEBTBUNKSS-Contimwd 











PART 2— DISTRICT INDEBTEDNESS 




1935- 1936 


TOTAL 

DISTRICT 
1NDRBT. 
EDNESS 


NOTES 


BONDS AND TIME WARRANTS 


OTHER 


COUNTIES 


TOTAL 
NOTES 
OUT- 
STANDING 


Interest 
fast Due 


Principal 
Past Due 


Principal Not 

y«t Due 


Total Bonds 
and Time 
Warrants 

Outstanding 


Intereit 

Pant Due 


Principal 
Pait Due 


Principal Not 
Yet Due 


DISTRICT 

INHKIIT- 
EDNESS 


Total State 


48,231,331.73 


1.018.349.72 


•10.191 68 


1 634,482 89 


f 373,675 13(47,025,279 00 f 1,01 2,832, 63 


11,751,200.37 


•44,261,245 80 


• 187,723.01 




627,475.00 

68,250.00 

87,128.64 

70,388.00 

957.730.00 

2.125,793.50 

124,600 00 

210,238 00 

113.800.00 

58,870 00 

10,074.29 

85,390.00 

9,331,550 00 

251,574.48 

8,200 OO 

4.163.5O0.0O 

535,600 00 

61.680 00 

103,000 00 

191,250.00 

83,239.65 

62,134.61 

35,648.73 

119,788.21 

412,165.28 

136,261.14 


82,225 00 






82,223 00 


545,250 00 

68,250 00 

86.250 00 

70.000.00 

937,730 00 

2.099,193.50 

111,650 00 

210,188.00 

107,000 00 

29,870.00 

3.445 60 

9,008,900 00 

240.707.30 

500 00 

4,163,300.00 

333,600 00 

61,680.00 

103,000.00 

191,250.00 

79.395 62 

62,134.61 

33,340 00 

102,000 00 

358.040. 12 

133. 860 00 


128,730.00 
290,193.30 


13,400 00 
68,250 00 
4,250.00 
23,000 00 
43,000.00 
344,000.00 


531.830.00 

, 

82,000 00 
47,000 00 

784,000.00 

1.465, 000. 00 

111,650.00 

132,413.00 

88,000.00 

25,000 00 

3,445.60 

9,008,900.00 
196,500 00 




Baker 








B»f 

Bradford ...... 




8 78 64 


388.00 


88 00 


300.00 








Broward , , , , 


26.600,00 




8.600 00 


IS.OOO.OC 






12,950 00 




50.00 
6,800 00 

6,62!Lo9 

83,390 00 

322,650 00 

4,812.66 

7,700.00 




50,00 
4,100.00 




19.275.00 
870.00 


58.500.00 
19,000 on 
4,000.00 






2,700.00 




Clay 

Collier 


"390.66 


29,000 00 


322,630.00 

300.00 

7,700,00 


6,628 69 
83,000.00 




Columbia 

Dade.... . 






. ... 




96 00 


4,416 66 


21.207.30 


23,000.00 

500 00 

10.000.00 


6,054.32 










4.153,500.00 

535,600 00 

60.000 oO 

103,000.00 

191,230.00 

72,630 62 

46,900.00 

29,230.00 

99,000.00 

249,500.00 

99.000.00 




























1,680.00 



































Gilchrist 


3,844 03 





3.844 03 




2,265.00 

12, 156 48 
1,390.00 

60,490 00 
9.860.00 


4,500.00 
3,078.13 
2.500.00 
.1.000 00 
48,030.12 
25,000.00 




Gtadea 






Gulf 




2,308.73 


Hamilton 


2,938,21 
13.300,78 


3,323.34 


2,338.21 
9,977.44 


400.00 


14,850.00 

40,824 . 38 

2,401.14 



t 

SS 



- 
> 

•c 

M 

x 

-: 



-. 

9 

r 



x 

00 
H 

- 

O 
X 



Hernando ■ - . 
Highlands . , 
Hillsborough 

. Holmes. 

Indian River, 
Jacksnn . . , . . 

Jefferson 

Lafayette 

Luke 

Lee 

Leon. 

Levy.. 

Liberty 

Madison., .. . 

Manatee 

M arioQ ...... 

Martin 

Monroe 

Nassau 

Okaloosa 

Okeechobee. . 

Orange 

Osceola 

Palm Beach.. 

Pasco 

Pinellas 

Polk 

Putnam 

.St. Johns 

St. Lucie. .. 
9*a«a Kosu 



Taylor 

Union 

Volusia 

Wakulla... . 

Walton 

Washington . 



62,930.00 
416.483.28 
,846,340 00 
179,600.19 
214,690.00 
377,395.70 



1,093 

6i a 

293 

138 
35 
149 
376 
27* 
127 
277 
181 
252 
42 

2,434 
106 

2,028 
291 

4,948 

2,780 
247 
467 
170 
.114 
843 
684 
327 
181 
I 
8 

1,993 



,530.00 
,133.00 
,500.00 
,455.00 
,032.96 
,500.00 
,000 00 
,550.00 
,401.66 
,390.00 
,010.00 
,198.74 
,972 00 
,502. 56 
,965,00 
,899 07 
,125,00 
,811.38 
,033 DO 
,630.00 
,000.00 
,206 13 
,103 BO 
,J94 BE 
,000.00 
,923 34 
,834.43 
,775.00 
,000.00 
,765,00 



74,250.00 
112,667 70 



6,092.27 



16,300,19; 



3,000.00 



3.480.00 



66,550.00 



16,090.87 



266,274.23 
800.00 



6,449.40 

41,101.18 

3,500.00 



317 3? 
5,000.00 
6,165.34 

L775 00 



2,100.00 



6.167.70! 



^ V 



J V 



5,793.23 



117.37 



383.74 



6,092. 27 



16,300.19 



3,270,00 



3,480.00 



10,297 64 



171,006.23 



5,449,40 

41,101.18 

3,500.00 



200.00 



6,165.34 

ilnsioo 



5,783.96) 



588.80 



3,000,00 



66,550.00 



95,266.00 
800.00 



.000.00 



3,000 at 



2. 100. 00 



62,930.00 

410,2*6.00 
4,846,340.00 
163,300.00 
214,690.00 
338,220.00 



1.092 
618 
293 
134 
34 
149 
576 
208 
117 
277 
181 
217 
42 

2,161 
106 

2,028 
291 

4,937 

2,738 
244 
467 
167 
314 
842 
679 
321 
181 



550.00 
,135.00 
,500 00 
,975.00 
,810 00 

,.100. (HI 

,000.00 

.000,00 

,942.75 
,390.00 
,010.00 
,037.00 
816,20 
,500.00 
165.00 
899.0? 
125.00 
850.00 
930.82 
,130.00 
,000 00 
,906. 13 
,105.00 
461.65 
000,00 
760.00 
.814 43 



8,000.00 
1,991.665.00 



74,250.00 
106.500.00 



930.00 
12,531.30 



19,790.00 
1. 120. 00 



19,135.00 



7,125.00 
7,810,00 



14,110 43 
18,390.00 
2,310.00 
19,037.00 
12.846.20 

43,885.34 
7.125,00 



630,00 

14,000.00 

17,906,13 

21,105 00 

112,278.75 



42,760.00 

w.o oo 



7,000.00 
18,000.00 
21,200.00 



53,900.00 
1,500.00 



41,250.00 
84,000.00 



8,450.00 

7,000,00 

3.100.00 

21,000,00 



13,790,69 
40,000.00 



23,400.00 
10,000.00 

"slsoo.oo 

79,114.30 
13,500.00 
68,700.00 
28,000.00 

7,500.00 
22.000 00 

6,000.00 
62,500,00 
105,182,90 



63,500 00 
1,834 43 



61.165 00 192.500.00 



10,250.00 
32,500.00 



55,000.00 
379,754.70 
,825,140.00 
163.300.00 
141.000.00 
335,600.00 



1,051 
513 
293 
119 
40 
146 
555 

,'i)K 

90 
219 
178 
174 
20 

2,161 
93 

1,905 
270 

4,869 

2,710 
236 
431 
144 
230 
625 
679 
215 
179 



300.00 
000 0() 
500. DO 

400 00 

(XJO 00 

,400 oo 
000 DO 

000.00 
041 63 

,000.00 

500 00 
.600 00 

,ooo oo 
500 SO 
000.00 
899.43 
500 00 
150.00 
930 82 

ooo oo 

000 00 
000. 00 
500.00 

ooo oo 
ooo oo 

500.00 
340 00 



8,000. 00 
738,000.00 



64.000.00 
74.OO0.O0 



105.01 

i ■ I w a - ► 



35,516,90 



222 96 



9,458.91 



19,070.87 

25.80 

6,728.33 



4,311.98 



2,300.00 

""sisioi 



5C 

m 
m 



X 

- 

1 
M 
X 

i 

w 

M 

O 
» 



TABLE XXIV 
EXPENDITURES FOR ELEMENTARY SCHOOLS (Grades 1-61 
PART I— INSTRUCTION 





TOTAL 

INSTRUC 

TION 
(Grad« 1-6) 


INSTRUCTION ^T-v 


1933-1936 

COUNTIES 


Salarin of 
Supervisor* 


Salaries ol 
Principal* 


Salaries of 
Classroom Teachers 


Eipenses of 
Teachers' Meetings 


Free .TeitbooiV 
Kutn«h«t by Otuti ty 




White 


Negro 


WMU 


Negro 


Whits 


Negro 


White 


Negro , 


/ 

' White 


Negro'. 


Total Slate. , , 


S 6,858,436 .33 


S 12,170 92 


% 7,673.28 


f 267,392.75 


t 31.332. 17 


% 5,158,132 29 


% 1,071,403.34 


I 695 16 


* 201 / 


f 3,279.27 


f 129.56 




137,095,06 
32,539.44 
79.401.72 
38.115 73 
59.120.8 
71,537.09 
30.447. 3. 1 


70.00 


877.50 


1.430.00 

4.913.23 
1,107.50 


...■■.....", 


81,3<6 26 
26,326 46 
65,115.79 

28,650.25 

41.791.03 

33,566 33 

23.828.29 

12,713.8.1 

20.880.00 

22,858 86 

11,691.11 

39,664.50 

383,041.42 

30.924. 14 

18.788 21 

506,907.98 

148,531.53 

7.068 00 

13,709 70 

30,570.57 

8,845.54 

11,163 36 

11.032 62 

29,099 70 

48. IBS. 22 

14,476.31 

24,363.50 


37.402 25 

4.919 00 

7.388 87 

3,796.82 

13,718 56 

16,150.97 

4.982.75 

2,592,00 

4 ,480. 00 

3,645.00 

1,329 94 

18.046 00 

69.930 06 

4.062 09 

4.711.30 

108,911.53 

29,642.35 




31.26 


30.41 
34.55 




Baker 














Bradford 




































150.00 






























Charlotte 


16,404 8« 
27.67J.58 
27,685,11 
13,993. 9H 
59,159 5.' 







620.00 








.57 
24.52 

46.47 

2M 81. 

43.84 

53.13 














Clay 

Collier. 



















23.07 
238.65 




7.27 






31.88 






729.951. |« 
36.685.27 
26.878.79 

691.504. 7? 

189,415 9' 
11,207 9 
18.884.4; 
94.779 3' 
14,582 1' 
11.776 31 
13.688 96 
36.48S sd 
54,242 12 
16,119 96 
30,470.54 


2.236.00 


564.00 


41,428 84 

967.62 

1 ,900 DO 

41,325,09 

6,027,00 

960.00 


4,642.28 


1.00 








"i(M10!92 
578.00 


62 50 










5,313.00 


1,600.00 
900.00 




13.33 














2,528 00 
3,748 00 
36,673.00 
1,080.00 
949 47 
1,247.30 
5,312.73 
2.338.00 
1,205 00 
5,232.50 


















12.50 
38.50 




43.24 










5. 112. 50 
1,933.01 








Gilchriii 


13.38 












Glades 






13.23 




154.92 




Gull 








































































M 



a 
© 



s 

a 

2! 

EQ 

o 





47,630.271 
843,864.97 
64,339.40 
32,573.8- 
140,536.8 = 






2.160.83 

36,202.54 


4.933.68 


37,044.421 

673.189.43 
38,255.54 
23,285.87 
91,288.56 
21,492.87 
19,326.81 

100, 69 t. 23 
58,1113 !2 
72,311.34 
36,335.61 
19,616.56 
33,158 S3 

106,018,41 
69,751.68 
14,439.74 
32,813.15 
25.427.25 
37,918,45 
13,082 43 

191,070.38 
24,32.5.75 

193,297.59 
42,819.03 

250,239.25 

291,582.65 
38,733.59 
40,036.97 
23,915.41 
53,506.38 
48,327.15 
68,810 00 
33,788 91 
39,022.63 
37.891.20 
11,783 03 

163.063.88 
13,716 2S 
44,308 81 
43,386 95 


7,333.50 

70,913.41 
2,012.50 
6,377,53 








10.00 
3.15 


Hillsborough.. . . 
Holmes 


5,259 02 


2,055.21 








263.41 


Indian River. , . 
























5,824.03 


900.03 


32,179.65 

18,658 74 

1.201.68 

21.510.55 

6.69S.2> 

61.012.0) 

11,271.23 

6,